A man was wounded Monday morning in a stabbing at the Port of Long Beach, and a suspect was arrested, police said.
The stabbing was reported at 1:48 a.m. in the 1000 block of Pier G.
"Both the victim and suspect were crewmembers from a ship," LBPD Officer Paige White told City News Service.
Arriving officers found the victim with a stab wound on his upper body that was not believed to be life threatening, and he was taken to a hospital with stable vital signs, according to Long Beach police Lt. Danielle Quinones.
"The preliminary investigation revealed the male adult victim and a male adult suspect were engaged in a dispute, which resulted in the stabbing," police said in a statement.
At the scene, officers said they located a male adult suspect, identified as 48-year-old Anali Nanto, of Indonesia. Nanto was booked on suspicion of "assault with a deadly weapon -- not firearm," and bail was set at $30,000.