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Fresno Man Recovering From Stabbing After Refusing to Buy Beer, Arrest Made

FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) - We have an update now to a Fresno stabbing investigation.

A man was stabbed in the leg Monday night.

He'll be okay.

He believes the man who did it was a guy that threatened him and asked him for a beer a week earlier.

Police found that guy late Tuesday night.

Police say he was holed up in a basement on Kerckhoff, near Roosevelt High School.

Johnathan Hernandez was arrested for assault and probation violation.

Police found three others they've been looking for.

Carlos Yepiz, Jacqueline Ray, and Jorge Angiano were also arrested.

Police are trying to figure out if Ray had anything to do with the stabbing.

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