Originally written on Down and Distance  |  Last updated 11/17/14

San Franciso 49ers Aldon Smith arrives for the Inaugural National Football League Honors at Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis (Credit: REUTERS/Mike Segar)

While speaking with the NFL network today, police have reported that they do not currently have a suspect in this weekend’s stabbing of San Francisco linebacker Aldon Smith.

According to Gregg Rosenthal at NFL.com, “Santa Clara County Sheriff Sgt. Jose Cardoza confirmed that deputies responded to a 911 call from a large party with reports of noise and possible gunshots. Deputies encountered two persons who had been shot and one person who had been stabbed at the party, although they would not confirm that Smith had been stabbed. (The team confirmed Smith suffered minor injuries).”

All of those involved suffered non-life-threatening injuries in this weekends’ incident.

Santa Clara County Sheriff Cardoza added, “There was a lot of confusion. People heard gunshots, people heard commotion, but nobody saw where it came from. Nobody saw anyone stab anyone. We don’t know if it was one person responsible or more than one person responsible for the three victim injuries.”

Comcast SportsNet Bay Area is reporting that Smith was trying to break up a fight when he was stabbed.

Good to see that all parties involved were not seriously injured. Events like these can turn bad quickly. Smith’s career or life could have been cut short.

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