Two men were taken to the emergency room after getting into a knife fight in Danbury on Monday morning, according to police.
Police were alerted to the fight when a Danbury police officer saw Adan Morales, 31, bleeding from the face in front of the police station at 8:59 a.m., police said.
He was holding what appeared to be a broken knife and told officers that he and Marcos Kalle, 26, of Danbury were at a home on Patch Street, had been drinking since 5 p.m. on Sunday and
got into a fight with Kalle.
Morales said Kalle stabbed him in the neck, and he was defending himself when he cut the man, police said.
When officers went to 7 Patch Street, they found blood leading up to the back apartment, forced their way inside and found Kalle in a closet, bleeding from his hand.
Kalle told police Morales grabbed a knife and tried to attack him and he was defending himself, so he stabbed Morales, police said.
Morales and Kalle were transported to Danbury Hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Both were charged with second-degree assault and disorderly conduct and held on $100,000 bond each.