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Slashing Prices, Stabbing Humans At Arcadia Mall

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Authorities say a young man was stabbed at an Arcadia mall on Friday when a fight broke out between two groups at the Westfield Santa Anita, reports the Pasadena Star News.

An arrest was made in connection with the stabbing, however identities are being withheld while the incident is under investigation, according to a written statement by Arcadia police Sgt. Dan Crowther.

The 18-year-old victim was walking in the mall with another man and woman about 5:45 p.m. when, "the group became involved in an argument with a another group of five to seven young Asian men and one Asian woman," reports the Pasadena Star News.

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A verbal altercation led to a physical fight between several of the males and the victim suffered a stab wound to his abdomen and cut on his face, according to police