Three men stabbed during drug deal in Pacific Beach
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A botched drug deal turned violent at a Pacific Beach bar on Nov. 15, leaving three men with stab wounds and two men on the run from police, according to SDPD.

The stabbing was reported just before 2:10 a.m. at the Cabo Cantina bar and restaurant at 1050 Garnet Ave., where five men – two in one group, three in the other – had met for a drug deal, San Diego police officer Tony Martinez

said.

“During the meeting an argument ensued ... the argument turned violent and the subjects started fighting,'' Martinez said.

The pair of men who showed up together allegedly stabbed the other three men.

“One of the victims sustained a stab wound to the left side of his chest,'' Martinez said. “Another victim sustained stab wounds to his left arm and left ear. The third victim sustained a stab wound to his lower back.''

None of the injuries were expected to be life-threatening, Martinez said.

The victims know the suspects, but their names were not released and they were described only as men in their 20s. Northern Division detectives were searching for those suspects and investigating the incident.
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