Man stabbed by 2 assailants who asked for change

March 21, 1995

A Brooklyn Park man was stabbed in the left shoulder Saturday evening in a fight with two men who tried to get money from him at Doris and First avenues, county police said yesterday.

Bryan Sedgwick, 21, was treated at Harbor Hospital and released.

He told police that he was walking on First Avenue shortly before 7:30 p.m. when two men approached him and asked him for change, police said.

When Mr. Sedgwick told the men he had no change, they came closer. He struggled with one man and the other stabbed him in the shoulder, according to authorities.

The victim ran to his house and called police.

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