Police Investigate Multiple Stabbings Tuesday Night

By Eric Dutkiewicz

January 30, 2013 Updated Jan 31, 2013 at 2:04 PM EST

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) - Fort Wayne police are investigating multiple stabbings from Tuesday night.

Officers responded to a Fort Wayne hospital around 8:30, where they found a man and a woman suffering from stab wounds.

Police say the man had multiple stab wounds to the abdomen, chest, leg and face. He was listed in serious to critical condition.

The woman had a cut above her left eye, but could not tell if the cut came from a weapon or from a physical confrontation, police say. She drove both the man and herself the hospital.

During the course of the investigation at the hospital, police were advised of another stabbing at a home near the intersection of East Rudisill Avenue & South Anthony Boulevard that may be associated with the stabbing of the two hospitalized victims.

Police located a man walking northbound on South Anthony Boulevard with blood on his arms and back. The man told police he was walking through an alley at South Anthony Boulevard & McKinnie Avenue when two men attacked him with a glass bottle.

That investigation led them to a party at a home on South Anthony Boulevard that matched the description of what the woman victim told police.

When police were allowed inside the home, there were several people inside. Police found blood on the outside of the home and on the front steps.

No arrests have been made any of the stabbings.




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