A 30-year-old Lodi man was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion of stabbing someone in the 200 block of Daisy Avenue, according to Lodi police.
Daniel Salazar was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and possession of a controlled substance, police said. Officers said they found him in possession of methamphetamine.
Mario Salazar, 46, of Lodi, no relation to Daniel Salazar, was stabbed in the chest, according to police Lt. Virgil Monroe. He was treated for his stab wound and a head injury at Lodi Memorial Hospital, where he was later released, according to a nursing supervisor.
The stabbing took place at about 12:30 a.m. Sunday, police said. Mario Salazar pointed out the suspect to Monroe across the street. Suspect Daniel Salazar tried to run away, but he was captured a short time later, police said.
Panel will discuss housing slump
Foreclosures, the housing market and home building during the next several years will be discussed in a panel discussion at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the DeRosa University Center ballroom at University of the Pacific.
Jeffrey Michael, director of the Business Forecasting Center at the university, will discuss San Joaquin County housing market trends and future needs, and look at past trends in the local housing market.
Rani Isaac, economist for the California Research Bureau, will present a housing foreclosure forecast on a statewide basis; former Lodi City Councilman John Beckman, CEO of the Building Industry Association of the Delta, will give the local home builders' perspective; and Linda Wheaton, assistant deputy secretary for the California Division of Housing Policy Development, will discuss planning for recovery.
Each speaker will give a 25-minute presentation and be available for questions. The event is free and open to the public. The university is at 3601 Pacific Ave., Stockton. For more information, call 946-2623.