A teenaged boy was recovering after he was stabbed Wednesday night on a residential street in Murrieta, police said.
The 17-year-old was rushed to an area hospital when paramedics responded to the 39300 block of Medina Court shortly after 7:15 p.m., Murrieta police Sgt. Daryl Underwood told Patch.
A friend of the unidentified victim who witnessed the alleged stabbing called authorities to report it, the sergeant said.
"The victim is in stable condition but he had to undergo surgery for a lacerated liver and diaphragm," Underwood said.
The sergeant said the stabbing took place on a sidewalk on Medina Court, which is located off California Oaks Road between Hancock Avenue and Clinton Keith Road.
Police took two people, an 18-year-old man and a woman about the same age, into custody for their suspected involvement in the single-stab wound, Underwood said.
"We got a full confession," Underwood said, noting the incident was still under investigation therefore no names were being released.
The female suspect allegedly drove the getaway car, the sergeant said.
Anyone with information pertaining to the investigation may contact the Murrieta Police Department at 951-696-3615.