Police responded to a supposed fight at a Gilroy park Saturday night to find a man suffering from stab wounds and the suspect at large, Gilroy police said. Just before 10:10 p.m. police officers responded to a reported fight at Miller Park on 7801 Carmel St. Reports said there were 15 to 20 suspects fighting, with one person allegedly armed with a knife, according to police. When police arrived at the park, a man was suffering from stab wounds to his arms and legs. The victim, whose name has been withheld, was treated at the park and released.
No other victims were found. Before police arrived, the stabbing suspect and other people involved in what appears to be a fight had fled the scene. The weapon in the stabbing has not yet been recovered, police said. Police said the suspect is described as a Hispanic man between 25 to 30 years, about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 150 pounds. At the stabbing he was wearing a green baseball cap, white tank top and blue shorts. He is allegedly armed with a knife and ran south onto Princevalle Street past Second Street after the stabbing. Police said the crime is still under investigation but is not believed to be gang related.
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