Two arrested in stabbing at Miramonte Elementary School
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Two people are under arrest after a stabbing at a Fresno park two weeks ago.
The Clovis Police Department says 32-year-old Sorn Moua and a 17-year-old juvenile went up to a man playing soccer at Miramonte Elementary School, asked him if he was a gang member, then stabbed him. The victim was able to get away and called police.
Moua and the juvenile were arrested during a search warrant Monday. Moua is charged with attempted homicide as well as being a convicted felon carrying a concealed firearm.
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