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Teen Stabbed in Potentially Gang-Related Attack


A 17-year-old male is recovering in the hospital after suffering multiple stab wounds on 9/20 following an incident that police are investigating as a possible gang attack. So far, police have determined that the teen was attacked in the vicinity of the 700 block of Wentworth Avenue while walking to his home nearby, leaving a trail of blood linking the two sites. His injuries were not considered life-threatening, according to a statement from Santa Barbara Police spokesperson Lt. Paul McCaffrey.

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