Report: Six Flags dispute ended in restaurant stabbing
A dispute that began at Six Flags Great Adventure ended with two people being stabbed in the parking lot of a nearby restaurant, according to published reports.
Reports say that a woman and her teenage son argued with a man as they all left the amusement park in Jackson at around 7 p.m. Saturday. The argument continued and intensified as the man and the two victims drove off in separate vehicles.
Both drivers then stopped at the restaurant, which is about a mile from the park. The man then allegedly stabbed the two victims.
The victims were flown to a hospital and were being treated for wounds that are not considered life-threatening. Their names have not been released.
The suspect, a Delaware man, has been arrested. He has not been identified
Associated Press wire services contributed to this report.