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Elfrida man stabbed

Source: Cochise County website Source: Cochise County website
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

An Elfrida man was stabbed early Saturday morning on the 10000 block of North Highway 191, according to Cochise County Sheriff's Department.

The 22-year-old man told responding authorities that he was awakened by an unknown number of attackers. They assaulted him and stabbed him with a knife. They fled and the victim said that's when he alerted authorities.

The man appeared to have stab wounds on his neck, back and chest. He was transported to the hospital in Douglas, where he was treated for minor injuries then released.

Sheriff's detectives processed the scene and conducted interviews but the victim has said he doesn't not wish to pursue the case at this time.

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