Police: Two men are charged after a teen is stabbed in Sioux City
According to court documents, Efrain Valencia-Aguilera and Anthony Walker will be in court next Monday.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
Two Siouxland men will be in court next week, on charges connected to the stabbing of a teenager in the back.
It happened on Thanksgiving Day, around six in the morning.
According to court documents, Efrain Valencia-Aguilera of South Sioux City, Nebraska and Anthony Walker of Sioux City, both 23-years-old, were watching a fight take place outside of 1622 Ingleside Avenue between the teenager and another person.
During the fight, court documents say Walker stabbed the teenager in the back, damaging an artery.
The teen's hat was knocked off during the fight, and documents show Valencia-Aguilera picked it up "wore it as his own" to hide from police.
The teen's name is not being released.
Walker and Valencia-Aguilera are charged robbery.
Walker is also charged with willful injury.
Their next court hearing is scheduled for next Monday.
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