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Man stabbed in south Las Vegas following road rage argument

Updated April 15, 2022 - 3:06 pm

A man was stabbed Friday morning after a suspected road rage argument.

Officers believe the stabbing happened at a convenience store near East Cactus Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard, according to Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Greg Everett.

“Road rage led to an altercation between two males,” Everett said around 8 a.m.

Everett said one man was stabbed three times in the stomach by another man acting in self-defense.

The person who was stabbed was expected to recover and detectives were reviewing nearby video to investigate further.

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