A 27-year-old Walnut man pleaded not guilty Monday to repeatedly stabbing another man in a dispute that started in a Fullerton restaurant and spilled out onto the street.

Jorge Albert Aviles Dominguez, who was being held on $1 million bail, entered his plea in the jail courtroom in Santa Ana and was ordered to return to court Feb. 9 in the North Justice Center in Fullerton.

Dominguez was accused of stabbing the victim about 10 to 12 times Dec. 17, Fullerton police Sgt. Brandon Clyde said. Police were called at 7:12 p.m.

The two got into a dispute at Revolucion Cantina at 205 N. Harbor Blvd. and continued the argument, which escalated into the violent conflict at Harbor and Amerige, Clyde said.

Dominguez is charged with attempted murder with a sentencing enhancement for inflicting great bodily injury on the victim and a count of assault with a deadly weapon.

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