ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An argument between business partners turns violent when one man is stabbed five times.
Now two other men are behind bars.
Brandon Torres and Clayton Hust faced a judge this weekend on a charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.
A criminal complaint shows Torres is business partners with the victim.
Torres and Hust went to victim's home to get some items that belonged to another man, but inside the home an argument erupted.
The complaint says Hust pulled out a knife, stabbing the victim at least five times in his chest and arm.
Both men are being held on a 100,000 cash only bond.
The victim survived and is recovering at a hospital.
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