Argument leads to double stabbing outside Pacific Beach bar

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SAN DIEGO - A fight outside a bar in Pacific Beach left two men with non-life-threatening stab wounds and two others possibly facing charges, police said Wednesday.

Four men in their mid-20s got into an argument outside a bar on Garnet Avenue near Dawes Street that turned physical shortly before midnight, San Diego police Officer Dino Delimitros said.

One of them drew a knife and stabbed one man once in the abdomen and another in the neck, Delimitros said.

The assailant and the fourth man involved in the altercation ran off but were spotted shortly afterward a few blocks away and were taken into custody, according to the officer.