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Arrests Made In Two Stabbings In Yakima

Yakima Police
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Police have arrested a 19-year-old man who stabbed another man during an argument at a Yakima home early Wednesday.

Capt. Rod Light says 34-year-old Andy Errol is being treated for life threatening knife wounds to his face and back.

Police arrested 19-year-old Valentin Shilow Wednesday on charges of assault. He currently is in the Yakima County Jail.

Police say an argument lead to the stabbing at a home in the 1800 block of Sliger road.

Police also arrested a 31-year-old man in the 2400 block of South First Street.

Police say the man was at a bus stop when a 39-year-old man approached him and made a comment to him and a fight started. Authorities say the suspect stabbed the other man in the right arm.

The suspect fled the area and was arrested in a nearby parking lot.

The victim was treated for a knife wound at a Yakima hospital.

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