Police: road rage leads to stabbing in Glendora

GLENDORA — A driver was stabbed by another man Tuesday night in what police believe was a road rage incident.
Glendora Police Lt. Joe Ward said the stabbing was reported just after 5 p.m. in the parking lot of the 7-Eleven at 1410 S. Grand Ave.
But he said the dispute between the occupants of two vehicles started earlier on Grand Avenue in Covina. Ward didn’t know specifically what caused the disagreement.
Ward said one car was driven by a 31-year-old Walnut man. He pulled into the parking lot of the business.
The second vehicle entered the lot using another driveway.
The Walnut man got out of his car as did the passenger of the other vehicle. Ward said the 31-year-old got stabbed during a confrontation.
Police described the suspect as a black man, about 6 feet tall, 200 pounds, with a shaved head. The driver of the car he was riding was described as a heavyset black woman.
Officials declined to release a description of the car involved in the stabbing as detectives continued their investigation Wednesday, Lt. Brian Summer said.
The wounded man was taken to Los Angeles County–USC Medical Center with stab wounds to his upper torso, Summers said. He was listed in stable condition.
- Staff report
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