Bryan police continue their investigation into a stabbing at a Bryan car wash.
Police say Scott Gibbs of Bryan was stabbed by another man when an argument turned violent Saturday afternoon.
Gibbs, 22, was released from the St. Joseph Regional Health Center Sunday. Police say they have a suspect, but an arrest has not been made.
The fight allegedly broke out around 2 p.m. Saturday between Gibbs and another man outside the car wash on Martin Luther King Jr. Street.
Police say around 20 people were gathered, when a man began swinging a baseball bat at Gibbs.
The crowd was able to stop the fight, but that's when police say the man that had the baseball bat pulled out a knife and stabbed Gibbs.
Police have not released the name of the suspect.
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