PEORIA, AZ - An argument over a relationship turned violent Wednesday morning in Peoria.
According to Peoria police, two males and a female went over to the house of a third male near 87th Avenue and Bell Road early Wednesday morning, to confront that man about a relationship with a female the three knew.
Police say a fight occurred at the house, and the man who lived at the home stabbed the two males who came to his house to confront him.
The man who stabbed the two males was also beaten in the incident.
All three males were transported to area hospitals with non-life threatening injuries.
The two men with stab wounds are reported to be in stable condition.
The woman, identified Wednesday afternoon as 19-year-old Amber Jones, was arrested for aggravated assault. She was not injured during the altercation, according to police.
Police say the investigation is still active and more charges may be filed.
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