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* Healdsburg Police Investigating Stabbing After Party Sunday

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Healdsburg police are investigating a stabbing that occurred after police were called to break up a party early Sunday morning, a police sergeant said. Officers were dispatched to a home at the corner of Terrace Boulevard and Spruce Way around 1:30 a.m. Sunday in response to a call about a loud party. They returned there again an hour later after receiving a report of a large group of people fighting in the street, Sgt. Luis Rodriguez said.

They were informed that a male victim with multiple stab wounds — possibly suffered during the fight — was at Healdsburg District Hospital, Rodriguez said. The victim was listed in stable condition. Officers were told that some of the people involved in the fighting had entered a nearby home, Rodriguez said. They contacted a resident of the home, 20-year-old Saul Garcia, who was uncooperative and resisted officers’ attempts to detain him, Rodriguez said. Garcia was arrested for obstructing or resisting an officer.

Another man, Max Griffin, 22, of Healdsburg, fled out the back of the residence and was chased through a neighboring backyard before he returned to the home and hid in a closet, Rodriguez said. Griffin was also arrested for resisting or obstructing an officer and for a probation violation, Rodriguez said. Both men were booked into Sonoma County Jail.

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