Victim gives attacker $30 to stop stabbing him

Published August 29, 2008 1:27 am
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A man who was stabbed twice during a fight in a Pioneer Park paid his assailant $30 to stop knifing him, police wrote. In jail documents, police wrote that an altercation broke out late Monday between the two men. One of the men pulled out a knife, chased the other down and began stabbing him, police wrote. The victim suffered two "very deep" cuts in his arm and then gave the man $30 "to quit cutting him," police wrote. The accused assailant is in the Salt Lake County jail. - Erin Alberty

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