DALY CITY -- A San Francisco man stabbed three people Saturday night in a bar after they had a dispute with his girlfriend at a wedding reception in Colma, police said.
Christian Borda, 22, and accomplice Alvaro Rangel, 18, of San Leandro walked into Gino's Club on Mission Street and attacked the victims, said Daly City police Sgt. Michael Barton.
The confrontation at the bar allegedly stemmed from some kind altercation between Borda's girlfriend and the three victims, but police didn't elaborate.
Two of the victims had wounds to their torsos and a third sustained an injury to his arm, police said. The men were taken to San Francisco General Hospital for injuries that weren't considered life threatening. Two of the victims are from Daly City and the third lives in South San Francisco.
Borda was arrested Sunday and Rangel was taken into custody the next day, said Barton.
The suspects were booked into the San Mateo County jail on suspicion of attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon, police said.
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