Argument at West Bend tavern ends in stabbing, three arrests
WEST BEND, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Three people were arrested after a stabbing in West Bend.
It happened just before 2:00 a.m. July 25 near S. Main Street and Walnut Street.
Officers say four men were arguing throughout the night at a local tavern and got into a fight after the bar closed. During the fight, a 34-year-old Chicago man pulled out a knife and stabbed a 34-year-old West Bend man. Two other West Bend men, a 27-year-old and a 56-year-old, were also taken into custody.
The 34-year-old West Bend man was taken to the hospital for treatment and later released. A charge of disorderly conduct was referred to the District Attorney's Office.
The Chicago man was arrested and placed in jail on charges of first-degree reckless injury and disorderly conduct. The two other West Bend men were taken to jail on charges of disorderly conduct.
The case is still under investigation.