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Crime Police: Two people stabbed after hundreds start brawling at South Side ranch

18:55  23 september  2019
18:55  23 september  2019 Source:   mysanantonio.com

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The San Antonio Police Department said it responded to a large brawl that resulted in two people being stabbed and two arrests.

Hundreds of people started brawling at a South Side ranch late Sunday night.© Provided by Hearst Newspapers

Hundreds of people started brawling at a South Side ranch late Sunday night.

Officers arrived at the incident at the Zarzamora Ranch Rodeo, located at the 11000 block of Zarzamora Street, just after 8 p.m. Sunday. Police were attempting to contact security when a fight broke out over a minor accident, SAPD said.

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As officers attempted to calm the scene, multiple fights began to break out with people attempting to leave the ranch.

Police toned out a large response to the location in an attempt to break it up. SAPD said there were hundreds of people at the location at the time.

The two people — 25-year-old Orlando Munoz and 36-year-old Aviles Lopez — who were allegedly stabbed were taken to the hospital. One needed surgery at San Antonio Military Medical Center and the other was transported to Southwest General in stable condition.

Police arrested 24-year-old Juan Jose Carreon Jr. for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and arrested 28-year-old Randy Lee Quevedo for resisting arrest and possession of a controlled substance. Carreon's bail was set at $15,000 and Quevedo's bail was set at $4,500.

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An officer was exposed to Carreon's blood and was taken to University Hospital for exposure.

The investigation is still ongoing.

Taylor Pettaway is a breaking news reporter and general assignment writer. Read her on our breaking news site, mySA.com, and on our subscriber site, ExpressNews.com | taylor.pettaway@express-news.net | @TaylorPettaway


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