Suspect still at large in White Center stabbing incident


The King County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that shortly after 3 a.m. Friday morning (Oct. 17), they received a 9-1-1 call about a bloodied stabbing victim in the 10800 block of 1st Ave SW in White Center.

Police say that an uninvolved citizen was reporting a bloodied male had shown up at her door looking for assistance. He had been stabbed, apparently as a result of an argument with another male that he was acquainted with. The victim was found to have life-threatening injuries and was treated at the scene by medics and then transported to the hospital.

The suspect is still at large, and police say that he is driving a blue 1996 Ford Probe with a red bumper and a WA license plate of APA 0835.

“At this time it appears both the victim and suspect live at the address nearby where the stabbing happened so this is not a random stabbing,” Sgt. DB Gates told The White Center Blog. “They were arguing before the stabbing happened, and the argument was possibly over how or where one of them had parked a car.”

Major Crimes detectives have responded and will be processing the scene as well as working to locate the suspect.

“If anyone sees the above listed car we ask them to call 9-1-1,” Gates added.

Police do not have any further information on the status of the victim.


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