2 men stabbed in Sanford over argument that started in another country: Police

Three men were arrested after they allegedly stabbed a Sanford man over an argument that started while they were all in Guatemala, police said. 

According to police, Agusto Garcia-Mendez, Efrain Garcia-Ramos, and Mauricio Oveymar Garcia-Ramos were waiting outside the Stoneridge Pointe Apartments at 1605 W 25th Street for the victim to get home on August 5. 

Garcia-Mendez and Mauricios Oveymar Garcia Ramos allegedly held the man down while Efrain Garcia-Ramos stabbed him multiple times. 

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The second victim ran outside when he heard screaming and was also stabbed during the incident. 

All three men were charged with one count of attempted homicide while Efrain Garcia-Ramos was also charged with one count of aggravated battery.