Stabbing in Central Point leaves one dead and two seriously injured

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — One person is dead and two others are seriously injured after a stabbing in Central Point.

According to the Central Point Police Department, officers responded to the 2200 block of New Haven Drive on Saturday at 4:26 a.m. for a domestic dispute report in which three adults were assaulted.

Police say the two men involved received injuries consistent with knife wounds and the woman suffered blunt force trauma.

One of the men died from his injures. The other man was severely injured, but is in stable condition after receiving multiple surgeries.

A third man was taken into custody, but no charges have been made yet.

NBC5 News spoke with Lt. Josh Abbott from CPPD to learn what is being done to progress the case.

I will say that we’re trying to work out exactly what happened there. As far as, there was a female who suffered blunt force trauma. We’re still trying to determine if whether or not her assailant was the same or different person than the person who stabbed the other two.

It is currently an ongoing investigation with assistance from additional investigation units.

Central Point Police are not releasing any names or further details at this time.

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NBC5 News reporter Sean Walters earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Emerging Media and Digital Arts from Southern Oregon University. As a result of an accelerated academic program, he graduated in just three years. He was born in Antioch, California, then grew up in Southern Oregon. Sean loves to travel, play guitar and study filmmaking and photography.
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