CHANNEHON — A Minooka man was arrested Tuesday afternoon after an alleged fight at the El Burrito Loco restaurant on Route 6 in Channahon and was sent to the Grundy County Jail.
Antonio Zaragoza, 41, of Minooka, was taken into custody by Channahon Police at 6:04 p.m. for aggravated assault.
According to police, a fight between two groups broke out in the restaurant, which continued in the parking lot at around 2:26 p.m. During the response, police were told that one of the individuals was armed with a knife and fled the scene in a black vehicle. A black impala was also seen fleeing the area.
Police found the Impala at the intersection of West Eames Street and Ridge Road, they said. A passenger in the vehicle was stabbed in the stomach, police said.
Rescuers from the Minooka Fire Department treated the person who was stabbed and they were transported to Morris Hospital in serious condition, authorities said.
According to police, about five people were involved in the fight, the person who was stabbed and the other two. The second group, including Zaragoza and one other person.
Zaragoza was transferred to Grundy County Jail.
A knife was seized, police said.
The investigation is ongoing, police said.