CHANDLER, Ariz. (AP) -- Chandler police say a family fight led to a stabbing on a golf course.
Police spokesman Joseph Favazzo says authorities received a 911 call Thursday around 4:30 a.m. about several people fighting at the Bear Creek Golf Course.
Favazzo says officers found one person who had been stabbed but the injuries were not life-threatening.
He says a suspect gave chase in a vehicle and officers followed the vehicle onto the Gila River Indian reservation.
Officers say the suspect backed into a police vehicle before crashing into a canal.
Favazzo says three people in the vehicle were detained.
Police believe everyone involved in the incident knows each other and a family argument earlier in the week led to the fight.
Police say the victim works at the golf course.
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