Indian men involved in argument that led to stabbing
An argument about Indian land rights and tourism led to one Indian man stabbing another Indian man in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Three Indian men were driving around the city late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. Authorities say Tim Herrera, 31, became upset when the driver said he welcomed tourist dollars on Indian land.

Herrera, who was in the back seat of the car, slit the driver's throat and stabbed the man in the arms and in the back, police said. He has been charged with attempted murder and tampering with evidence.

The victim, whose name was not released, was airlifted to a hospital in Albuquerque. The third man in the car was not harmed.

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