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Police Investigate Stabbing of Woman in BeavertonSalem-News.com
The suspect reportedly tried to force the 27-year old woman into his trunk.
(BEAVERTON, Ore.) - Police in Beaverton say a man tried to force a woman into his trunk this afternoon in an apartment complex parking lot after stabbing her twice, leaving the woman with serious injuries.
Beaverton Police were called out at 1:12 PM this afternoon after the assault occurred and was reported at 6200 SW Hall Boulevard. When police arrived on scene they found the 27-year old female victim on the ground in front of the apartment with a stab wound in the stomach and in the left chest.
Paul Wandell with Beaverton Police says the victim was treated by rescue at the scene and transported to OHSU. The suspect had fled the scene prior to police arrival.
"Several witnesses reported seeing a male attempting to force the wounded female into the trunk of a car parked in front of the apartment prior to police arrival," he said.
A description of the suspect was obtained and Wandell says a K-9 track was completed but failed to turn up the suspect. But Beaverton Police detectives responding to the scene were able to figure out who the suspect was, Wandell said.
"Through investigation the detectives learned of the possible whereabouts of the suspect and responded to the area of Highway 217 and SW Allen Boulevard and located the suspect."
Wandell says 30-year old Mynor Guerra Perez was arrested without incident and was immediately taken to the police department for interviews. Guerra Perez is in the Washington County Jail on charges of Attempted Murder and Assault I. Other possible charges are pending, Wandell added.
The female victim underwent surgery for the stab wounds. Medical personnel described the injuries as non life threatening.
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