Man involved in apparent love triangle stabbed at Mt. San Antonio College

A man was in custody Thursday in connection with a stabbing at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut that apparently resulted from a love triangle between students, authorities said.

The stabbing was reported at around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the campus in the 1100 block of North Grand Avenue. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies responded to the location on a report of two men fighting, one of whom was stabbed in the neck.

A knife was recovered at the scene, authorities said.

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Gavin Flores, 18, was booked on suspicion of attempted murder, and he was being held Thursday afternoon on $1 million bail, the sheriff's department reported. 

He was scheduled to appear Monday in Pomona Superior Court. 

The victim was hospitalized in stable condition.

The two men and woman are all students at the college.