Two stabbings on the weekend in Surrey

Mounties were hopping on Sunday addressing two separate stabbings in North Surrey.

Surrey Mounties are dealing with a pair of stabbings over the weekend.

Just after midnight on Sunday,  police responded to a fight at a party near 140 Street and 102 Avenue.

One of the individuals in the scuffle was stabbed.

The man, in his early 20s, was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Two males have been taken into custody and charges are being considered.

Then, at just before midnight on Sunday two groups unknown to each other got into a fight  at the City Centre bus loop.

One man in is early 20s was stabbed and the two groups broke apart.

Some friends found a police officer, who came and arranged for an ambulance.

The male was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

That investigation continues.

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