A trolley passenger suffered a stabbing wound after he and another passenger got into a violent fight late Sunday night.
The two departed the trolley on 1800 South 32 St. after the victim had allegedly been following the suspect from seat-to-seat on the trolley. The victim was intoxicated, according to a San Diego Police Department watch commander.
When the two trolley-riders left the trolley, the fight escalated. The victim was stabbed in the hand and suffered a minor injury.
The suspect has not been located yet – police described him as a 22-year-old man with dark hair, wearing a black shirt and blue jeans.