Stabbing victim claims he was attacked by gang members

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  The man, who suffered cuts to his head back and right wrist, told police he was jumped at a nightclub by 15 or 16 members of the “MOB.”

The man said the incident took place Friday evening at the Neon Armadillo according to a report filed by a Fort Wayne police officer.  The officer had been called to to the hospital where the victim was getting treated for his injuries on Saturday.

The victim wouldn’t provide his name, however the officer was able to identify him from some of the tattoos he was wearing that had been logged in the police department’s database.  His name also showed up in a registry of gang members.

He also wouldn’t provide the officer with much information regarding who had attacked him, but instead suggested police look at surveillance video recorded at the nightclub.

A doctor told the officer that the victim’s wrist required surgery because some tendons had been cut.

No arrests have been made in the case.

 

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