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Fight in store allegedly leads to stabbing

December 25, 2004

Mark R. Madler

Four men are scheduled to appear in court Monday in connection with a

stabbing of a Glendale man.

Officers responding to a fight in a convenience store parking lot

late Tuesday night at Glenoaks Boulevard and Naomi Street found a

blood trail at the scene leading them to believe someone had been

injured, said Burbank Police spokesman Sgt. Jay Jette.

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A 25-year-old Glendale man was taken to an area hospital with

three stab wounds that were described as non-life threatening, Jette

said, adding that the man has been interviewed by detectives.

Two Glendale men, Arsen Kurginyan, 19, and Sevak Mesrobian, 26,

were among those charged with suspicion of attempted murder.

Also charged were Garegin Gasparyan, 28, of Burbank, and Grigor

Turzian, 27, of Sun Valley.

The four men were being held on $1-million bond, Jette said.

The victim and the men charged knew each other, he added.

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