Three Slashed In Spokane's Club Uno Brawl; No Suspects, No Arrests - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

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SPOKANE, Wash.- Spokane Police responded to Club Uno in the early morning hours of Wednesday for a report of a stabbing. When they arrived on scene, there were dozens, if not hundreds, of people clogging the streets of West Sprague Avenue between Post and Stevens, just outside the club.

Police say a fight erupted inside Club Uno, in the 500 block of W. Sprague, just before 1:30 Wednesday morning. They say that during the course of that brawl, three people were slashed across the hand, arm, and, in one case, the cheek. The three victims identified one person as the suspect, but when bouncer's jumped on that person moments after the slashings they did not find any weapon, or evidence that he had had a weapon.

The weapon used in the slashings still has not been recovered. Police told KHQ that the moments following the attacks were chaotic and there were persons everywhere. Ultimately there were three victims, all black men in their early to mid-20's.

Police interviewed people for about half an hour, but no one could positively ID the person who slashed them. The victims continued to say that one person in particular was the one who attacked them, but there was no evidence that he had done anything wrong, so officers had to let him go. The victims had to be forcibly held back from attacking their alleged attacker during the course of the officer investigation.

KHQ asked if this incident could be connected with the fatal shooting on W. Boone and N. Belt Tuesday morning, but officers say it's not likely. In the end, police were forced to disperse the crowd and let everyone go without any arrests. The case will be forwarded to detectives for follow-up.

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