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First on KHQ.com: South Hill Stabbing: Read The Official Press Release

SPOKANE, Wash.- Right now Spokane Police are looking for at least one person after a stabbing on Spokane's lower South Hill, in the area of 11th and Walnut. The stabbing victim was transported to an area hospital with what are described as non-life-threatening injuries.

According to police Sergeant Traci Meidle, the stabbing actually started as an argument outside a Zip Trip at 10th and Maple around 10:30pm Wednesday night. Witnesses reported a group of people arguing outside that gas station/mini-mart. The group moved up the street about a block and that's where the stabbing happened.

Witnesses said the suspect was actually trying to leave before the stabbing took place, but the victim was being aggressive. Police could not confirm if that was actually the case.

The suspect is described as a black man of indeterminate age. He is reported to have gotten into a white four-door vehicle which could be a Kia. If you have any information about this incident, or the suspect, you're being asked to call Crime Check: 509-456-2233.

Official Press Release:

Spokane Police patrol officers responded to a stabbing at the Zip Trip, 10th Avenue and Maple Street.   Witnesses described a white male and a black male involved in a fight, one possibly having a knife. 

When officers arrived, they found a white male victim had been stabbed numerous times, sustaining non-life threatening injuries. He was transported to a local hospital, as of this morning, he remains in the hospital in stable condition.

Major Crimes Detectives are investigating the assault. The victim and the suspect have a history of animosity between them.  he suspect has been identified and detectives are currently working on filing appropriate charges.

 

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