A 54-year-old man stabbed his 63-year-old brother during an argument in their kitchen over a can of pork and beans, police said Wednesday.
Sheriff's spokeswoman Cindy Chadwick said the suspect was booked Tuesday on one count of aggravated battery.
Chadwick said the brother was treated at a medical center for stab wounds in his left arm and shoulder blade.
Chadwick quoted Deputy Jairo Rivera as saying the two brothers had been drinking.
Rivera said the suspect picked up a kitchen knife after his brother threw a punch at him but missed.