Two Injured and Four Arrested During Stabbing At Wichita Falls Bar

Two people are injured and four others are in a jail cell Saturday after violence erupts at a Wichita Falls bar.

Shortly before 11 p.m. last night, police responded to a stabbing at the Thirsty Camel, which is located at 408 North Scott Avenue.

According to investigators, one person was transported to United Regional for treatment of stab wounds while another person, who police say was struck in the head with a bar stool, was treated at the scene.

Police have not identifying the injured victims, but they are releasing the names and charges of several people arrested in connection with Saturday night's assaults.

They are identified as 42 year old Manuel Lujan, Jr., from Wichita Falls, 29 year old Billy Jack Lujan, Jr., from Greenville, TX, 23 year old Faustino Ayala, from Wichita Falls, and 25 year old Hector Corona, from Dallas.

Bond for each suspect is $100,000.

All are charged with engaging in organized criminal activity/aggravated assault and tonight, all remain in the Wichita County jail.

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