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Suspect Sought in Thursday Morning Stabbing

KSAL Staff - May 12, 2016 11:37 am

photo by Jeff Haines

Salina Police are looking for a suspect in connection with a Thursday morning stabbing.

Salina Deputy Police Chief Sean Morton tells KSAL News that officers were sent at around 9:30 in the morning to the report of a stabbing, at a home in the 1800 block of Max Street, near the intersection with Roach.

Morton says that an injured female victim fled to a neighbor’s house and called for help. She was transported by EMS to Salina Regional Health Center. Details on her condition were not immediately available.

Morton says that a search is on for a suspect.

The intersection of Max and Roach was closed as officers worked the scene.

More details, including names of those involved, were not yet available late Thursday morning.

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Larry Larson

May 12, 2016 at 1:05 pm

Fell asleep on this one didn’t you, KSAL? Not one of you showed up at the scene and it shows in this article. The house where the stabbing happened is located in the 700 block of Max. There is no 1800 block. The house shown in the above photo is in the 1800 block of Roach. So, I guess your cute little commercial that says “if you want the story and you want it right” proves to be false yet again! Maybe if you would have had someone there, you wouldn’t have made this mistake.

Todd Pittenger

May 12, 2016 at 4:04 pm

Larry, thanks for checking out our website, and it’s obvious you are also a listener so thanks for that too. I did go to the scene, but not right away. I was in court, covering a murder trial, when this happened. I received some photos from a friend who was at the scene, called police and wrote a quick story, and then later stopped by the scene myself. Since then I have been in contact with police multiple times about this, and a friend of the victim has reached out to me. You are correct, we did initially have an error in the address, but that has been corrected.

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