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PD: 3 persons of interest sought after fatal gang stabbing

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Michael "Buddy" Vallejos; Jeremiah "James" Barlow Michael "Buddy" Vallejos; Jeremiah "James" Barlow
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -

Flagstaff Police are looking for three persons of interest after one man was killed and two others were seriously injured during an alleged gang fight early Sunday morning.

According to officers, 23-year-old Juan Hernandez was stabbed to death and two others were injured when rival east side and west side gangs retaliated against each other near Butler Avenue and Milton Road.

Police say no one outside of the gangs has been targeted.

The two injured people were hospitalized and are expected to recover.  

Police are looking to speak with 21-year-old Michael "Buddy" Vallejos, 21-year-old Jeremiah "James" Barlow and 17-year-old Norberto "Beto" Ramos-Madrid.

If you have an information, call Flagstaff Police at 928-779-3646.

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