Police: Four arrested in Ashland college party stabbing
ASHLAND, Ore.--Four people have been arrested in connection to a stabbing at an alleged college house party on Palm Avenue in Ashland, according to Ashland Police Department.
Police say four uninvited guests crashed the party, and were asked to leave. Police say that lead to a fight.
During the fight, two men were stabbed by 21-year-old Brett Hollins Jr., according to police. Both victims were taken to an area hospital for non-life threatening injuries. One was stabbed in the abdomen and one in the back.
The four suspects ran from the party. They were found near Southern Oregon University campus by K9 and arrested.
Hollins was charged with counts of assault in the first, second and third degree and riot. Tyler Pascals,22, Phillip Boches,19, and Anthony Mooney, 22, were arrested on charges of assault in the third degree and riot.