San Fernando police continue to search for a man they say stabbed two other family members during an argument on the city streets on Sept. 15.
SFPD Detective Jorge Cervantes said investigators have ruled out “road rage” as a motive. Instead, “an ongoing verbal dispute” that started in Mission Hills continued into San Fernando when three people — in separate vehicles — stopped at the corner of Wolfskill and Truman Streets at approximately 9 p.m.
The family members got out of their vehicles, and there was a physical confrontation before a man and a woman were stabbed by another man, Cervantes said.
Both victims were transported by ambulance to a local hospital in stable condition, Cervantes said. The injuries were not life threatening and the two victims have since been released.
Because all three know each other, Cervantes declined to name the victims.
The detective described the suspect as a Latino male in his 30s, standing 5-feet 10-inches tall and weighing approximately 240-pounds.