Police Pull Car Over, Find Stabbing Victim Inside

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – An officer with the Grand Rapids Police Department pulled a car over for speeding early Monday morning, and found that the passenger had been stabbed.

It happened at Division and Fulton at around 2:19 a.m.  Police stopped a car for a speed violation, and the driver told the officer he was taking his passenger to the hospital because he had just been injured in a stabbing.

According to a lieutenant with the GRPD, the victim was not cooperating with investigators.  He told them that it happened at a nearby bar, but when officers checked it out, they found no evidence that a stabbing had occurred.

The victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay.  The incident remains under investigation.

5 comments

  • Kate

    The stabbing could have taken place at another location. I believe that what they mean as having " no evidence" that it happened there would be that there was no blood or evidence of an incident (which there would be if you were stabbed at that location). The man probablly lied about where and what he kenw about the perpetrator. Interesting though, glad he is okay!

  • anonymous

    He is lying about the incident. After he recovers he will go out and try and get even with the person. The cycle of stupidity and violence continues!

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