Two women were arrested on suspicion of stabbing three men in downtown Morgan Hill early in the morning July 7, according to police.
Morgan Hill Police officers responded to the area of Monterey Road and Third Street about 2:15am, after receiving a call reporting a stabbing, according to authorities. The responding officers found a male victim suffering from a stab wound to his lower abdomen.
Police also located a male victim in the area of Monterey Road and Spring Avenue, with stab wounds to his arm and abdomen, police said. Yet a third victim was found a few minutes later with a stab wound to his back.
Officers provided first aid to the victims until Emergency Medical Services arrived. All three victims were transported to area trauma hospitals, according to police.
One of the responding officers also found two women who appeared to be hiding from police in the area of Monterey Road and Dunne Avenue, police said. Immediately after contacting the two suspects, officers found a bloody knife with one of the women.
The two suspects were identified as Tori Sanchez, 22, of Freedom, and Alexandria Campos, 23, of Morgan Hill, police said. They were booked at Santa Clara County Jail on suspicion of attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon.
MHPD Sgt. Troy Hoefling said the suspects and victims had been drinking alcoholic beverages at the M&H Tavern, located on Monterey Road about half a block north of Third Street. Shortly after they exited the bar is when an altercation among the parties began, ultimately ending in the multiple stabbing injuries.
The three men survived the attacks and were admitted to area hospitals, according to police. One of the men was released shortly after treatment.
Anyone with information about the incident can call MHPD Det. Woodrow at (669) 253-4895.