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UPDATE: Police Respond To Stabbing In Downtown

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UPDATE FROM SPD: 

Detectives have located the woman involved in the domestic downtown earlier this evening.  Thank you for all your assistance in helping us locate her!

UPDATE:

SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police say they are investigating the stabbing as an attempted suicide. They say it started with an argument between a male and female. Right now, detectives are searching for the female, Tanya Garduno, to determine her involvement and well-being.

If you've seen Garduno, please call police immediately.

Previous Coverage:

 

SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police were called to The Parsons apartment complex in downtown Spokane Monday evening for a stabbing.

One male was transported to the hospital with a life threatening wound to his neck. 

A short time before the incident, Officers say they received a call from a person at the apartment complex stating he had just killed a woman and was going to kill himself. . 

When emergency crews arrived they found a man with a life threatening stab wound to his neck. 

He was immediately transported to the hospital.

They do not believe there are any other victims but police are searching the apartment building just to make sure. 

Right no word on the condition of the man taken to the hospital. 

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