WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - A drunken fight in Wisconsin resulted in the arrest of three men. Video shows a man being stabbed three times in the head. Another man was knocked unconscious.
Three men have been arrested after a man was stabbed in the head three times in Wisconsin during a drunken fight outside a bar.
One person was stabbed and another was left unconscious in the fight early Friday morning.
Luke Morrissey, 24, and Adam Aldrich, 34, had been kicked out of a bar called Carlie's after allegedly fighting with other patrons.
SafeCam footage shows a drunken bar brawl in La Crosse, Wisconsin
Once they were outside, a fight reportedly broke out between the two men and several other people.
After that fight apparently ended, Morrissey allegedly produced a knife, threatened another man, and then stabbed him in the head three times.
The stabbing prompted another physical altercation and Morrissey was kicked in the head until he fell unconscious.
The video also shows another man repeatedly punching a man in the testicles.
The stabbing victim was treated and released from La Crosse hospital.
The fight resulted in a man getting stabbed three times in the head and another man knocked unconscious
Pictured: The moment Luke Morrissey, 24, allegedly stabbed another man three times in the head
Three men were arrested early Friday morning as a result of the fight
Morrissey has been charged with reckless endangering safety and aggravated battery. Aldrich has been charged with disorderly conduct.
A third individual was arrested on an unrelated warrant.
La Crosse police said: 'Incidents like this can be very chaotic and difficult for police to investigate. High levels of emotion, conflicting stories, and intoxication make an officer’s job next to impossible to determine how an incident really occurred.'
'The community investment in the SafeCam project makes incidents like this much easier for law enforcement to investigate.'
The SafeCam program is the police department's internal database of private security cameras that can be used to help solve crimes. Programs are active in states across the country.Read more at dailymail.co.uk