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Three in custody following two stabbings at Club Uno

SPOKANE, Wash.- Spokane police officers have three people in custody right now following two stabbings at Club Uno at 515 E. Sprague.

The incident started about 12:30 Wednesday morning after a 22 year-old victim was beaten outside the club by four men. During the course of that beating, 24 year-old John Proctor pulled out a knife and stabbed that victim. Club Uno bouncers chased Proctor down, tackled him, and held him until police arrived. Police are still looking for the other three suspects.

According to officers, one was about 5'7 in his early 20's with a thin build and short black hair. He was wearing a white button up shirt with a dark horizontal strip on the front and dark baggy jeans.

The second suspect was about 5'10 with a dark colored hooded sweatshirt and black shorts. The third male was wearing a green shirt.

Police say there were several fights going on at the same time. A 35-year-old male was also stabbed in the chest during one of those fights. Both victims were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening stab wounds. They were both released from the hospital within a few hours.

Spokane Police Officers tracked down two suspects that had assaulted the victims prior to the stabbing. 22-year-old Rakee D. Cage and 18-year-old Adam Doe were booked into jail for city assault. Proctor was booked for felony 1st degree assault.

Police are asking that anyone with any information call Crime Check at 456-2233.
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