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Nevada - SPARKS -- A friendly night out eating and having fun turned bad when an argument broke out and lead to the stabbing of one of the men.
The Sparks Police Department received a 911 call from a woman reporting that a man had been stabbed in the parking garage on the third floor of the Nugget Hotel and Casino.
The witness provided a description of the vehicle she believed the suspect left in. Officers located the vehicle containing the suspect and another witness in front of the parking garage on Nugget Ave. The victim was found by responding officers with several wounds consistent with knife lacerations as reported.
The parties involved in this incident were intoxicated and mostly uncooperative with Detectives during the investigation.
Witnesses detailed an argument that led to a physical altercation between the victim and the suspect that began in the parking garage. It is believed that the victim and suspect were coming from a local restaurant and had been eating together before the confrontation. Ultimately, the suspect stabbed the victim.
The suspect wore clothing that was consistent with the membership and association of a local outlaw motorcycle gang and in the company of his associates who wore similar clothing. However, There is no indication that this was a gang on gang incident, but rather a argument that broke out between aquaintances that were intoxicated.
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