Stabbing injures three in domestic dispute | Update

Man attacks brothers, sister

  • Tuesday, August 14, 2018 2:16pm
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Kent Police arrested a 32-year man for investigation of first-degree assault after he reportedly stabbed two brothers and a sister during a dispute early Sunday morning.

The dispute happened at a residence in the 12400 block of Southeast 278th Place around 6 a.m., police reported. A 30-year-old sister remained in the hospital on Tuesday while the two brothers, ages 34 and 26, were released, said Kent Police spokesman Jarod Kasner in an email. Kasner did not have a condition report about the sister.

“The exact reason for the dispute is unclear,” Kasner said. “The family members cannot pinpoint it.”

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