GLENDALE, Calif. - A man was shot and stabbed during an altercation inside a bakery in Glendale.
Police responded to the intersection of Irving and Glenoaks Blvd. around 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
According to police some sort of altercation broke out between two men inside the Paradise Pastry and Café and one man was shot and stabbed.
"Upon arrival, officers located an adult male to the front of the location who had suffered from at least one gunshot wound and had been stabbed," Glendale police Sgt. Christian Hauptmann said. "Officers performed life-saving measures."
The man was taken to County USC Medical Center where he underwent surgery and was expected to survive, the sergeant said.
The relationship between the two men are not known.
Police say one man is in custody.
"There is another party involved that’s also being spoken with but it’s very early in the investigation so we’re not sure exactly what happened. But there is no outstanding suspects in the case," said Sgt. Christian Hauptmann.
Detectives were sorting through surveillance video to try to determine what led to the shooting and stabbing, Hauptmann said.
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