Man Stabbed At SDSU Fraternity Party While Attempting To Break Up Fight

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Fraternities already face the potential for endless liability issues in seemingly everything they do. It’s tough enough to host a party without the threat of violence and weapons, but on top of that, not everyone knows how to hold their alcohol.

Over the weekend, some dipshit broke out a knife at a party in a San Diego State University fraternity house. According to reports, a partygoer was attempting to break up a fight at the party when an unknown suspect attacked him with the knife, stabbing him three times.

From CBS8:

The stabbing was reported at 12:30 a.m. at 5076 College Place, said San Diego police Officer David Stafford.

“A 20-year-old male attempted to break up a fight at a fraternity party,” Stafford said. “He ended up getting stabbed three times in the back by an unknown suspect.”

The victim was transported to a trauma center with what Stafford said were non-life-threatening wounds, the officer said.

While the news reports have not listed a specific fraternity yet, the address listed on the San Diego State Greek life’s site matches the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house.

The suspect is still on the loose.

***UPDATE***

It should be clarified that the suspect is reportedly not a member of the fraternity.

[via CBS8]

Image via The Daily Aztec

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