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Manchester stabbing under investigation
MANCHESTER — Police are investigating a stabbing that sent a city man to the Elliot Hospital with multiple leg and arm wounds.
Luis Sepulveda, 50, of 194 Biron St., suffered stab wounds to his leg and arm, injuries police said were not life-threatening.
The incident happened about 8:25 p.m. Monday in a hallway inside 340 Shasta St.
When police arrived, Sepulveda and Francis J Gomez Paulino, 36, of 340 Shasta St., were fighting in the hallway. Officers separated the two men and recovered a buck knife believed used in the fight.
Police said a preliminary investigation indicated Sepulveda went to Paulino's home, got into a heated argument with him and that it quickly escalated into a physical fight during which Sepulveda was stabbed. He was taken by ambulance to the Elliot for treatment.
No one is under arrest, but detectives continue to investigate the incident.
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