Police still looking for stabbing suspects

Just after midnight on Saturday, May 26 a 40 year-old man walked into Logan Regional Hospital’s emergency room with stab wounds. Logan City Police responded to the hospital and determined that the man had been in a dispute in the area of 50 North 100 East in Logan.

According to a press release, the dispute escalated to an altercation in which the victim was struck multiple times with some type of sharp object.

The Logan City Police is seeking the following people for additional questioning involved with the incident: Frank Steven Archuleta, Noah Munoz and Rocky Rivera. Police had additionally been looking for Eli Archuleta and Yolanda Archuleta. However, they have been contacted and interviewed by police.

Frank Archuleta, Noah Munoz and Rocky Rivera all have active warrants for their arrest on unrelated charges. Each one is considered dangerous and should not be approached. Archuleta is described as being 44 years-old, 5’4″, 190 lbs and may be driving a white 1998 Ford Expedition with temporary tags. Munoz is described as being 23 years-old, 5’6″, 191 pounds. And, Rivera is described as being 19 years-old, 5’8″ and 165 pounds.

To see pictures of the men wanted by Logan City Police, <a href=”http://www.loganutah.org/Dwnld.cfm?id=33″>click here</a>. For more information about the case, contact the Logan City Police Department at (435) 753-7555.

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