Gang-related Stabbing on San Andres Street

A 19-year-old Santa Barbara resident was stabbed multiple times.

Santa Barbara police received a call just after 1 p.m. on 9/1 about a fight on San Andres Street near Carrillo. A 19-year-old Santa Barbara resident was stabbed multiple times after he and a companion chased down two others who were allegedly throwing objects at their vehicle. A fight ensued after the chase, during which one of the car’s occupants sustained the stab wounds. Police say the incident is likely gang-related.

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