Security Guards Stabbed Outside Belly Up

Deputies arrested a 23-year-old suspect

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    Officials confirmed three people were injured after being stabbed by a suspect outside Solana Beach's Belly Up Tavern.

    Officials are investigated a triple stabbing outside Solana Beach music venue Belly Up early Friday morning.

    The incident happened around 11:30 p.m. when a fight started between people outside the building on 143 South Cedros Ave. Officials said when security guards tried to intervene, the suspect  stabbed three of them.

    Indie pop singer/songwriter Sea Wolf and Carlsbad's  Trouble in the Wind were slated to perform on Thursday.

    Scott McDonald of Eight24.com and SoundDiego, who used to work at the Belly Up and has had a longtime association with the venue, said he could not recall any similar incidents ever occurring at the site.

    The security guards were taken to Scripps La Jolla and released this morning with minor injuries. All are staff members from Belly Up.

    Deputies arrested suspect 23-year-old Jason Zamora and he was booked into Vista jail on two counts of assault with a deadly weapon.

    Sea Wolf, Savoir Adore and Trouble in the Wind were slated to perform on Thursday.

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