Man shows up at fire station after Pasadena stabbing

PASADENA — A transient showed up at a fire station with a small stab wound to his chest Saturday but would not cooperate with investigators, police said.
The wounded man, described as a 33-year-old Pasadena-area transient, arrived shortly after 4 p.m. at Pasadena Fire Department Station 33, 515 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena police Lt. Jason Clawson said.
He was treated for a stab wound to his chest that was ultimately determined to be minor, the lieutenant said.
The stabbing was believed to have taken place at Villa Street and Mentor Avenue.
“He said he was in an argument with another person,” Clawson said. “He refused to give the suspect’s name.”
The injured man provided no further details, he added. “His overall demeanor was uncooperative.”
Officers searched the area but did not find the attacker, Clawson said.

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