LANCASTER – A 47-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a double stabbing outside a local Black Angus Friday night, which stemmed from a group argument at the restaurant’s bar, authorities said.
Steven Alsobrook was arrested Saturday night on suspicion of attempted murder and booked at the Lancaster Station Jail on $1 million bail, according to a press release from the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station. Read it below:
On Friday night (03/07/14), an argument between a group of men occurred inside a west Lancaster restaurant [Black Angus] located on the 44000 Block of Valley Central Way.
The argument moved to the parking lot and escalated into a physical altercation.
Suspect [Steven] Alsobrook was seen stabbing both victims and then fled the scene in a white pick-up truck.
Both victims were transported to a local area hospital. One victim was stabbed once on his back and the second victim had multiple stab wounds. [The victims, whose names were not released, were described as a 44-year-old white male and a 48-year-old Hispanic male.]
On Saturday evening (03/08/14), Lancaster Station Detectives along with patrol units and LANCAP Team members served a search warrant at a residence located on the 2600 Block of Minford Ct in the City of Lancaster.
They located and arrested suspect Alsobrook. He was booked at Lancaster Station Jail for attempted murder and held on $1,000,000 bail.
The victim stabbed multiple times was admitted to the hospital in critical condition Friday night, officials said. The man’s condition has now stabilized, and he is expected to recover from his injuries, Lancaster Community Relations deputy Miguel Ruiz said Monday.