Stabbing investigated

A 61-year-old man was stabbed and a woman in her 40s was being questioned after the incident occurred Friday night.
Becky Vargo
Dec 6, 2013

 

Police said the stabbing appeared to have happened inside a car in Spring Lake Township, but they were still trying to determine exactly what happened as of 11 p.m. Friday.

Emergency crews responded to a home in the 18100 block of 144th Avenue at about 9:30 p.m. on a call of a man possibly having been stabbed in the neck.

First responders staged momentarily until police made sure the scene was safe to enter.

An Ottawa County Sheriff's sergeant said the man was taken to a Muskegon hospital and his condition was unknown at the time.

He said a deputy was on the way to the hospital to see the victim.

In the meantime a canine unit responded to track the woman, who had gotten out of the car a short distance north of where the victim was located.

Deputy Jeff Somers and his dog, Ranger, followed tracks north to the 18400 block of 144th Avenue, where he said the tracks stopped abruptly and the suspect likely got into a car.

At one point, Fruitport Township Police became involved when they were asked to check out the parking lot around Pin Crest Lanes in the Village of Fruitport.

Officers had not found anything as of 10:15 p.m.

A short time later, police gathered at an apartment in the 14300 block of Apple Drive, where the suspect was being interviewed, but was not in custody as of 11 p.m.

Police said the incident was not a domestic dispute, but would reveal no more information at the time.

This story will be updated when more information becomes available.

Comments

GHSkyGuy

Why was this story even reported? Incomplete information is worse than no information.

rukidding

I agree that we sometimes get incomplete information on day to day general information stories. However, in a story such as this the police also give out incomplete information - or even incorrect information; they are hoping that concerned citizens who might know something about the issue might inform them or correct the supposed error. Think about it for awhile and it will come to you. Things are not always as they appear; there are times when an ulterior motive is at work. I'm not saying this is the case here, but it sure is a possibility.

westside444

Fruitport police didn't find anything? Now there's a surprise

LessThanAmused

Fruitport has cops?? Really?

Dechlan

I am fairly new to the area and truly had no idea that Fruitport was large enough to maintain a police force. Interesting finding I suppose.

 

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