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Man stabbed in lakecity altercation

A 25-year-old man is recovering from stab wounds following an altercation at a residence on Carson Avenue earlier this week.

Sgt. Rick Lebeuf of the Williams Lake RCMP said police were responding to a bear spray complaint  in the 600 block of Carson Ave. at 12:24 a.m. Sept. 3 when they learned a group of people attempted to force their way into the residence.

During the altercation, the resident was stabbed four times. Lebeuf said the victim was taken to hospital and later released while a male, 20, and a female, 20, were arrested. Lebeuf said the victim and accused knew one another and are known to police.

 

 

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