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Orange County Digest

Westminster : Suspect Sought in 2 Barroom Stabbings

February 23, 1986|Lanie Jones \f7

Two men were injured, one critically, during a barroom brawl early Saturday morning in Westminster.

Saturday night, Westminster police were seeking a stocky Latino male suspect, known only as Tony, for investigation of attempted murder.

Police Sgt. Philip Martinez said police were called to the Boardwalk Hofbrau on Westminster Boulevard at about 1:40 a.m. Saturday to investigate a stabbing.

When the officers arrived, the victims and their assailant were gone, Martinez said, but the officers soon found two injured men in a residential neighborhood southwest of the bar.

Jack G. Templeton, 24, of Westminster was taken to Fountain Valley Regional Hospital in critical condition with a lacerated liver.

Raymond Eugene Mondragon, 25, of Garden Grove was treated by the same hospital for a stab wound to the arm. Police were continuing their investigation into the stabbing, Martinez said.

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