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Police searching for suspects in Santa Ana stabbing

August 20, 2012 | 12:24 am

Santa Ana police are searching for two suspects involved in a stabbing after a road rage incident.

At 7:36 p.m. Sunday, officers were dispatched to 1500 West Willits Street after receiving a call that an adult male had been stabbed in the leg, police Cmdr. Larry Coleman said.

The man was stabbed after he intervened in the altercation between  two drivers outside his home. The victim was a friend of one of the drivers.

After the incident, two men in their late 20s jumped into a silver Chevy Silverado and fled, Coleman said. Police do not know what prompted the road rage argument.

“Officers have it in mind that if they see a car matching that description it will be stopped,” he said.

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