Baltimore County Police are searching for suspects after a 22-year-old Catonsville resident was stabbed on Wednesday night.
A group of people were walking back from the fireworks display at at 10:48 p.m. when they got into a verbal altercation with another group of people at the intersection of South Rolling Road and Bloomsbury Avenue, according to police.
The first group turned onto Newburg Avenue, when the suspects, who were described as three women and one man, got out of a black sedan and started to fight the group again.
The victim walked away from the fight and realized he had been stabbed. Police were called to the scene and recovered a folding pocket knife at Newburg Avenue and Forest Lane.
The victim was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma where he was treated for a collapsed lung. He was in stable condition Friday, according to police.
This article has been updated to reflect more information from police.