Two of three suspects in a stabbing and shooting at a residence in the Valley Ford area of west Sonoma County Saturday night have been arrested but a third suspect remains at large, the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday.
The assaults happened at a residence in the 12000 block of Valley Ford Road, where an after-party was underway following a gender-reveal party at Finley Park in Santa Rosa, sheriff's spokeswoman Misti Wood said.
Sheriff's deputies who responded around 9:40 p.m. found a man with a serious knife wound in the head sitting in a vehicle and another man with a serious gunshot wound in the leg in the backyard of the residence.
The knife victim was flown by helicopter to a hospital and remains in critical condition, while the man with a leg wound has been released from the hospital, Wood said.
Anthony Racines, 19, of Rohnert Park, was arrested Monday on suspicion of battery with serious injury, conspiracy and a gang enhancement allegation. Calvin Garcia, 23, of Santa Rosa, also was arrested Monday on suspicion of attempted murder and battery with serious injury, according to Wood.
Deputies are still looking for Eduardo Giovay Lopez-Cabrera, 21, of Petaluma, who is believed to be the shooter.
Lopez-Cabrera, also known as Peque, Pequeno and Shorty, is 5 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 135 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He should be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached, Wood said.
Anyone who sees Lopez-Cabrera is asked to call Sgt. Cutting (707) 565-2185.
The two victims showed up at the after-party and a fight, believed to be gang-related and involving only the suspects and victims, broke out shortly after their arrival, Wood said.