JAMESTOWN (CBS13) – A teen stabbed another teen in Tuolumne County in a fight over $5, deputies say.
The incident happened around 5 p.m. along Sixth Avenue in Jamestown.
According to the Tuolumne County Sheriff, deputies responded to investigate a reported stabbing and discovered that two teen boys had been in a fight.
At some point during the fight, which deputies say started over one owing the other $5, one of the teens stabbed the other teen in the torso with a pocket knife.
The stabbed teen was taken to a local hospital, suffering from moderate injuries. He has since been released.
Deputies arrested the other teen, who is now facing charges of attempted murder and criminal threats.