Student accused of bar stabbing
Early Saturday morning, police took a 20-year-old Marquette University student into custody after allegedly stabbing two women in a downtown Milwaukee bar, reported the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The victims, also 20, were taken to a hospital with various wounds, but were later released.
The stabbing took place at Sullivan’s Tavern at 1227 N. Water St., which will be cited on suspicion of serving minors, according to police Capt. Michael D. Young. The tavern is under investigation as it is up for license renewal by the city Sept. 22. All three women and a witness were cited for underage drinking, as well.
According to police, the women involved appeared to have known each other and were at Sullivan's about 1 a.m. when one of the women bumped into the suspect. An argument began, and the suspect left and returned with a knife, stabbing the other two women.