TULSA, OK -- Tulsa Police are still trying to sort out what happened late Monday that resulted in two brothers being taken to a Tulsa hospital with minor stab wounds.
At 11:33 p.m. Monday, police were dispatched to the QuikTrip at 1022 South Utica because of a stabbing victim.
When they arrived they learned EMSA had already transported the victim to the hospital.
At the hospital police officers found the first stabbing victim and the victim's mother, along with another son, who had also been stabbed.
The first victim told officers he had been stabbed during a fight at Apache and Lewis. He had a minor cut to his upper back.
The second victim had stab wounds to his right hand and right eye.
Police say both victims were not cooperative.
Both victims were treated and released.
Police detectives are now trying to determine what happened and where it happened.