Brothers Jumped in Old Town Goleta

Two brothers who had just moved from the Eastside to Old Town Goleta were jumped as they walked down the street during the early morning hours of 7/25. The victims, described as “very uncooperative” by Lt. Butch Arnoldi of the Sheriff’s Department, said four men got out of a black Nissan and attacked them. An assault with a deadly weapon incident report was taken, Arnoldi said, though investigators are light on leads.

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