SCHENECTADY – Two people suffered non-life-threatening stab wounds Sunday morning in Schenectady, police said.
A suspect has also been taken into custody.
The incident happened just after 9 a.m. at 427 McClellan St. Officers arrived to find the two victims inside the apartment, as well as the suspect.
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Both victims were able to exit the apartment under their own power. The male victim was led out by paramedics, a jacket around his shoulders.
As police brought the suspect out to the patrol car, he could be heard yelling. Exactly what he was saying could not be fully understood. A Gazette reporter happened to be passing by the area as officers initially arrived.
Police indicated in a tweet that they detained a suspect to be interviewed by detectives.
SPD Officers and Detectives on the scene of a stabbing at 427 McClellan St. 1 male victim and 1 female victim both treated for non-life threatening injuries. 1 male suspect detained and being interviewed by Detectives.
— Schenectady Police (@schdypolice) January 13, 2019
#518news A victim stabbed in the back in the green jacket is led by Schenectady firefighters to an awaiting ambulance at 427 McClellan St. He was taken to Albany Medicla Center for treatment. pic.twitter.com/IVAdeHRSFY
— Peter R. Barber (@prbarber1) January 13, 2019
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