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Clackamas County Sheriff's Arrest Subject Believed Responsible For Stabbing Two Males

A physical altercation occurred between angry family members, and the singled-out male subject who reportedly assaulted the female earlier.

(CLACKAMAS, Ore.) - Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies responded to a local hospital and an apartment complex to investigate a stabbing incident – involving multiple subjects – resulting in at least two male subjects transported and treated for stab wounds.

Deputies say the 5:30 AM stabbing incident is believed to have occurred at the Sunnyside Park Apartments, located at 12345 SE Fuller Road, Apt. #101, in Clackamas.

"Deputies in Clackamas received word around 5:30 AM, that 5 – 6 subjects had congregated outside the emergency room at Kaiser Sunnyside Hospital, as hospital emergency room personnel were attending to this -- group associated -- (2) male stabbing victims."

It is reported that eventually these two male stabbing victims were stabilized at Kaiser Sunnyside Hospital and transported to Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital (OHSU), in Portland.

Detectives representing the Homicide and Violent Crimes Unit, of the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office, were alerted and responded to investigate this stabbing incident.

An additional male subject, who is the described resident at the SE Fuller Road address walked into Providence Milwaukie Hospital, seeking medical attention for unknown (not specified) injuries received during an altercation that occurred inside his apartment on SE Fuller Road.

Preliminary information reveals a party had been on-going at this SE Fuller Road apartment, attended by both males and female partiers in their early 20's. At some point, one of the male subjects present is reported to have physically assaulted one of the females attending this party. It is suggested this female then summoned her relatives (brothers); resulting in angry family members of this female arriving at the SE Fuller Road apartment. A physical altercation occurred between angry family members, and the singled-out male subject who reportedly assaulted the female earlier. This confrontation resulted in two males receiving knife wounds.

As a result of this altercation: The two male stabbing victims were taken by party members to Kaiser Sunnyside Hospital, while the remaining male assault victim was transported by fellow partiers -- with non life-threatening injuries -- to Providence Milwaukie Hospital.

The latest condition of these two stabbing patients, in their 20's is reported as: One of the patients remains in serious condition; with the second patient described to be in critical, but stable condition.

Clackamas County Sheriff's detectives, responding to Milwaukie Providence Hospital met with the male subject being treated as a patient, and ultimately arrested this man for two counts of attempted murder related to this stabbing investigation. This male subject, in his early 20's has been transported to the Clackamas County Jail and lodged.

This subject in custody for the two counts of attempted murder has not been ‘officially identified' by corrections personnel.

These corrections officials are waiting for finger printing results to confirm identification of this subject in custody. As soon as appropriate confirmation is received, later today, this person will be identified publicly.

Clackamas County Sheriff's Office investigators have not yet released the names of the people involved.

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