UPDATE: One stabbed at 10th and Garfield street
A 34-year old male is in critical but stable condition after he was stabbed in the neck Saturday night.
A 34-year-old male is in critical but stable condition after he was stabbed in the neck Saturday night.
Lincoln Police responded to a medical emergency around 9:40 p.m. where they found a victim with a stab wound to the neck. He was transported to a hospital where he underwent surgery.
After further investigation, LPD reports the victim was visiting a friend’s house, where three men live. That friend brought his brother and the victim over to confront the suspect a 42-year old male to get out of the home due to previous behavior. The suspect then stabbed the victim in the neck. Police say the 42-year old had a laceration that he was taken to the hospital for, but the injuries were not inflicted by another subject.
LPD report when the suspect is released, he will be arrested for first degree assault, use of a weapon to commit a felony and possession of a deadly weapon.
Two individuals were reported as being stabbed by a third wielding a sharp object near the intersection of 10th and Garfield streets around 9:40 Saturday night.
At the scene, LFR and LPD helped both individuals into ambulances. One was stabbed in the neck.
Lincoln Police officers at the scene believe the stabbing to be the result of a domestic situation, but more information will be confirmed upon investigation.