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COVINA (CBS) — Authorities Sunday said an a fight that apparently started in a Covina convenience store ended with two men stabbed and three suspects in custody.

The fight began in a store at around 1 a.m. and moved into the 500 block of South Barranca Avenue, where five people – including three juveniles – stabbed two men, Covina police Sgt. Rob Bobkiewicz said.

The victims were stopped by police as they attempted to leave the area, Bobkiewicz said. They were transported to County-USC Medical Center, he said, adding that both should be OK.

Bobkiewicz said the suspects were arrested at the scene.

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Comments (2)
  1. Spider Harrison says:

    Good reporting and not damaging the image of the city and how fast the police responded.

  2. san dimas redneck says:

    what trash heap did these people spring from…

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