LOGAN — Police here were looking Wednesday for three people in connection with a weekend stabbing.

Just after midnight on Saturday, a 40-year-old man arrived at Logan Regional Hospital with minor stab wounds, said Logan Police Capt. Tyler Budge. The man told investigators he was in his apartment, near 50 North and 100 East, when another group came in and a dispute ensued.

Investigators were still sorting through different stories Wednesday about why the other group showed up, Budge said.

"We can't get a straight story on why they were over there," he said.

The man was able to drive himself to the hospital after being stabbed in the arm and torso. He was released later that day. Detectives weren't sure Wednesday whether the man was stabbed with a knife or some other sharp object.

Detectives want to question 44-year-old Frank Archuleta, 23-year-old Noah Munoz and 19-year-old Rocky Rivera in connection with the incident. All have warrants out for their arrests for unrelated incidents.

Investigators also originally wanted to question two other people in connection with the incident. Budge said those two went to police Wednesday morning on their own to be questioned.

Just 30 minutes prior to the stabbing, three men broke into a home near 1100 North and 300 West in Logan and threatened the occupants with a firearm in what police are calling a domestic-related incident, Budge said.

Two of the men were arrested a short time later. One of them is related to the three whom investigators were looking for in connection to the stabbing.

Detectives were still trying to determine Wednesday whether the aggravated burglary and the stabbing incidents were related.

Anyone with information can call police at 435-753-7555.