SDSU student stabbed at fraternity house

by Camille Lozano, Assistant News Editor

At around 12:30 a.m. Sunday morning, a San Diego State student was stabbed in the back three times while trying to break up a fight during a party at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity house.

He was taken to a hospital for injuries he sustained, although they were not life-threatening.

According to the SDSU Police Department’s Crime Alert, there were three suspects involved, described as African-American men in their 20s. They were last seen driving south on College Avenue in a light-colored 4-door sedan, possibly an Audi, Volvo or BMW.

The following is the description that police issued of the three suspects:

Suspect #1:  African-American man in his 20s, approximately 6’-2” tall and 180 pounds with the sides of his head shaved and short dreadlocks top.  He has tattoos on his neck and forearms and wore a grey shirt and blue jeans.

Suspect #2:  African-American man in his 20s, approximately 6-foot and 180 pounds. He has short dreadlocks and wore a black shirt with a red design, blue jeans and black shoes.

Suspect #3:  African-American man in his 20s, approximately 5’-4” tall and 130 pounds. He wore a red shirt, red hat and green cargo pants.

The SDSUPD is investigating and could not immediately be reached for comment.

Anyone with information can contact the SDSUPD at 619-594-1991 or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 619-235-8477.

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