Jun. 27: Not *this* victim

Not to make light of this news item, but I feel I should clarify that the unidentified stabbing victim in the story was not Jennifer Manullang. Remember, I don’t need anyone’s help getting stabbed.

But even more importantly, isn’t this scary? That stuff like this happens in the ‘burbs? Specifically, my ‘burbs?

Stabbing victim found wandering Clackamas parking lot, bleeding

At-large suspect may be 'armed and dangerous'

04:43 PM PDT on Saturday, June 27, 2009

By BILL GALLAGHER, Kgw.com Staff

CLACKAMAS, Ore. -- A late-night stabbing in Clackamas left one man in critical condition with multiple wounds, a suspect on the loose and a blood-smeared parking lot in the shadow of Interstate 205, according to sheriff’s deputies.

Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies got the call about 11 last night from 8868 SE Jannsen Road. They discovered a 35-year old man who'd been stabbed. 

The man had been wandering around the parking area, bleeding profusely, said Detective Jim Strovinck, a spokesperson for Clackamas Sheriff’s Office.

Ambulance crews stabilized the stabbing victim and transported him to OHSU in Portland.

He was conscious and breathing but listed in critical condition Saturday afternoon, Strovinck said.

A suspect in the stabbing was identified as Casey James Hatch, 30.

Hatch was wanted on first-degree assault charges and should be considered armed and dangerous, sheriff’s deputies said.

The stabbing victim was not immediately identified.


No comments:

Post a Comment

Hey, please don’t leave an anonymous comment.
Select “Name/URL” below and you can use whatever name you want. No registration required.
Thanks! –Jen


Related Posts with Thumbnails