2 men injured in assault, stabbing at Dayton McDonald’s

Their injuries are not life-threatening, police say.

Two men were issued a court summons in a reported assault and stabbing Sunday morning at a Dayton McDonald’s.

A stabbing was reported just before 11:05 a.m. at McDonald’s, 410 S. Main St., according to the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center.

“Upon arrival [police] were able to locate the two adult males involved in this incident who were both suffering from non-life threatening injuries and were transported to the hospital for treatment,” read a statement from Dayton police. “The initial indications are that this incident resulted from an argument that escalated into assault. Given both individuals had injuries and there were issues determining the primary aggressor, both parties will be summoned into court.”

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One of the men had a blunt object and the other had a knife, according to an incident report.

Neither were listed on the Miami Valley Jails inmate roster and no formal charges have been filed as of Monday afternoon.