Three men charged in aggravated stabbing case
HARLINGEN, TX (KVEO NEWS CENTER 23) — Harlingen police arrested three young males in a stabbing case that left the victim with seven wounds.
Police were called to Valley Baptist Medical Center in the early hours of Wednesday, March 27, by hospital staff after two unknown females left the victim at the emergency room entrance.
The victim was able to walk into the hospital on his own ability with wounds to his upper torso.
The victim provided officers the name of the person who stabbed him, Isaac Barron, and the location of the assault. Police arrived at the location of the crime, 300 block of North 5th Street, and questioned witnesses who identified three males involved in the assault of the victim.
On Thursday, March 28, police and the U.S. Marshals' Office arrested Isaac Barron, Nathaniel De La Garza and Jesus Edgar Briseno and all three were charged with aggravated assault.
Barron's bail was set at $75,000, De La Garza's at $100,000 and Briseno at $50,000.