Fullerton Phi Sigma Kappa Brothers Stabbed at Cinco de Mayo Party
Teri Place in Fullerton.
For some frat guys in Fullerton, Cinco de Mayo wasn't the fun-loving, beer-consuming, quasi-holiday it should have been.
Not after a six to eight men walked up to two Cal State Fullerton Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity brothers and stabbed them about 1:40 a.m. today, according to the police. (Actually that would make it the Seis de Mayo, but you get what we're saying).
The students, 21 and 22, were both stabilized at UCI Medical Center.
It happened at the frat house in the 2100 block of North Teri Place in Fullerton. They were indeed still celebrating Cinco de Mayo.
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The suspects started arguing with them and one of them stabbed the two in the back, according to cops.
(Way to recognize the underdog victory of the Mexicans over France: Stab 'em in the back).
If anyone knows these douches they can call Fullerton cops at 714-738-6700.
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