Three people trying to stop drivers from speeding in the parking lot of an Elk Grove apartment complex were stabbed Friday night, police said.
The stabbing victims were brought to a hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, said Detective Josh Magdaleno of the Elk Grove Police Department.
Residents of the Crossing at Elk Grove on Elk Grove-Florin Road confronted drivers in separate cars about speeding in the parking lot, he said. One of the drivers, who lived at the complex, went into his apartment, got a knife and stabbed some of the residents.
At least two of the residents were stabbed multiple times, he said.
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One of the suspects showed up the hospital with stab wounds and was arrested, Magdaleno said. His name was not released pending his release from the hospital.
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