CHULA VISTA (CNS) - Chula Vista police Monday were looking for a man who stabbed a 27-year-old employee during a fight inside a sports bar.
The stabbing at the Chula Vista Sports Bar at 1073 Third Ave. was reported at 11:44 p.m. Sunday, said Chula Vista police Lt. Gary Ficacci.
The employee was stabbed in the abdomen, according to the lieutenant, who said the man who stabbed him may be a gang member.
The suspect was last seen fleeing in a 90s-model white Nissan Maxima, Ficacci said.
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