FARMINGTON — Police say that a Bloomfield man stabbed his son and his son's friend early Wednesday morning.
Wilson Trujillo, a 44-year-old Bloomfield resident, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of two counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Police believe he stabbed his son, Tryson Trujillio, and his son's friend, Jerrell Martinez.
Martinez, a 22-year-old Bloomfield resident, was stabbed multiple times in the chest and stomach and was treated for life-threatening injuries, said Bloomfield Police Chief Mike Kovacs.
Martinez was in serious condition on Wednesday night, said Roberta Rodgers, spokeswoman for San Juan Regional Medical Center.
Wilson Trujillo's son, 20-year-old Farmington resident Tryson Trujillo, was also taken to the hospital and was in stable condition, Kovacs said.
At 12:45 a.m., Bloomfield police found Tryson Trujillo walking near Roadside Restaurant on Bloomfield Boulevard.
He had tried to contact family members to get help, and he told police he was stabbed by his father, Wilson Trujillo, at the man's home in the 900 block of Spruce Avenue, according to a Bloomfield police news release.
Police officers and detectives arrived at the house and found Martinez bleeding inside.
Kovacs said Martinez and Wilson Trujillo started arguing, and then Martinez and Tryson Trujillo were stabbed with an 8-inch knife.