FULLERTON – A Dodgers fan stabbed an Angels fan after an argument broke out over their teams Sunday night, police said.
The stabbing occurred at 11:55 p.m. at 2 J's Cocktail Lounge at 120 W. Houston Ave. near Harbor Boulevard , said Fullerton police Sgt. Mike MacDonald.
According to investigators, two men – one wearing a Dodgers jacket and the other wearing an Angels hat – got into an argument when the Angels fan made a comment about having to share the restroom with the Dodgers fan, MacDonald said.
The Dodgers fan responded by making a profane comment about the Angels and the two began fighting. The fight spilled into the bar where the Dodgers fan pulled out a folding pocket knife and slashed the Angels fan behind the neck, on the ear and wrist, MacDonald said.
The 29-year-old man from Fullerton did not suffer life-threatening injuries, MacDonald said.
The Dodgers fan, described as 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighing 165 pounds, ran out and remains at large. He was wearing a blue Dodgers jacket with blue jeans and has a mustache, MacDonald said.
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