Lower South Hill Stabbing Sends One To The Hospital - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Lower South Hill Stabbing Sends One To The Hospital

KHQ.COM – One man is in the hospital Friday night with non-life threatening stab wounds, and the stabber is still on the loose.

It happened just before 9:00pm at 300 W. 5th Ave. When officers arrived, they found a man suffering from stab wounds to the abdomen. He was transported to the hospital.

After speaking with folks living in a nearby apartment building they learned the victim was stabbed after an altercation in an apartment on the second floor of the 5th and Washington apartments. 

Officers have a good idea who the stabber is, but no one has been arrested yet.

Anyone with information is asked to call crime check at 456 2233.

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