EL PASO— Five men were stabbed late Sunday evening at a convenience store after a physical fight led to all men being wounded.
El Paso police officers responded to a call at the 7-11 on 6390 Alameda after reports of a stabbing. Police said the five males, all ranging in age between 27 to 24, had been involved in a physical fight which resulted in all of them being injured.
Two of the five stab victims were found by police a short distance away from the 7-11while the other three were located at University Medical Center. All five had injuries ranging between a cut thumb, stab wounds to the back or legs. Their injuries are reported to be non-life threatening.
All five men said they did not want to press charges against each other. Police said they were uncooperative with officers at the scene and at the hospital.
The Crimes Against Persons (CAP) Gang Unit was notified of the altercation. This case is still ongoing.