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Spokane police respond to multiple stabbing call; 3 transported to hospital, 2 detained

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Spokane Police respond to stabbing call; 3 transported to hospital Spokane Police respond to stabbing call; 3 transported to hospital
SPOKANE, Wash. -

Wednesday night around 8:30pm Spokane police were called to the scene of a stabbing in the 1400 block of East Broad Avenue, right across the street from Rogers High School. When police arrived on scene they found 3 men with multiple stab wounds.

All 3 were taken to the hospital in serious condition. Witnesses say there was a fight between the suspect and 4 others in the front of the home on E. Broad. Officers set up a perimeter and tried tracking the suspect, but were not successful at first. Around 10:30pm, officers did detain a man and woman they believe were involved in the stabbing. The two people were not arrested, but were taken in for questioning as the investigation continues.

If you have any information about the fight or the stabbing you're asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.


 

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