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JUNEAU - Two men have been arrested for their involvement in a knife fight that injured four people, according to police.
Juneau Police Department responded to an assault at 11:35 p.m. Saturday near Blue Jay and Whitehead streets in Switzer Village Trailer Court. Officers found two men being treated by an unidentified woman for multiple knife wounds.
Johnathan Jackson, 27, suffered stab wounds to the head and shoulders and Terry Stansell, 26, also had been stabbed in the head, according to police.
The investigation revealed that two other men, ages 25 and 21 years old, had been involved in the fight. Both suffered stab wounds to the arms and abdomen. Police reported the 25-year-old man had "defensive stab wounds" to his right wrist. Their names were not released.
All four were treated at Bartlett Regional Hospital for injuries. Stansell and Jackson were arrested.
Stansell was charged with disorderly conduct and held on $750 bail. Jackson was charged with assault in the second degree, a class B felony. He was transported to Lemon Creek Correctional Center and is being held without bail.
Police reported that alcohol was a factor and said additional charges are pending further investigation. Calls to JPD Sunday night were not immediately returned.
Anyone with information relating to this case is encouraged to call the Juneau Police Department at 586-0600.