Suspect Sought in Friday Goleta Stabbing

Sheriff’s officials are looking for a man in his early twenties who stabbed another man at the intersection of Mandarin Drive and Orange Avenue at about 5:40 p.m. on Friday night. The victim — also a man in his twenties — was transported to Cottage Hospital with injuries. His current condition is unknown. The case is still under investigation, and according to sheriff’s spokesperson Kelly Hoover, officials are still looking for the suspect.

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