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Kentwood police investigating break-in, stabbing

KENTWOOD, Mich. — Police are searching for a man who stabbed a woman and punched another in the face after breaking into their apartment.

The home invasion happened around 5:15 a.m. July 2 at Wingate Apartments, located off Shaffer Avenue and Wingate Drive in Kentwood.

Police say the man appears to have got into the second-floor apartment through an unlocked slider before stabbing a woman multiple times and punching another woman in the face.

The woman who was stabbed is in critical condition at an area hospital. Her injuries aren’t considered to be life-threatening.

The suspect ran away from the apartment after the assault. Police attempted a K-9 search but was unsuccessful.

Police are advising people to keep their doors and windows locked and to report any suspicious activity.

Anyone with information on the break-in is asked to call Kentwood police at 616-656-6600 or Silent Observer at 616-774-2345.

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4 comments

  • lml25

    “The injurys are not considered to be life threatening.”She’s in CRITICAL CONDITION!Sounds life threatening to me.These reports don’t like to focus on the fact that people were STABBED–probably by a minority thug.No,they report, “she’s going to survive”,which by its very description,downplays the violence of the crime.Local media prefers to ignore black crime anyways,and this is another way to make this type of crime seem less violent or important–“not life threatening”…Riiiiight.

  • Bryan Mott

    Also a very important point to make the wingate apt complex owners did nothing to inform residents about this crime. This should have been made known to everyone so that they can prepare for something like this. It is very sad that they did not.

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