At Least One Seriously Hurt After Reported Stabbing Near Pacific Highway

Jacob Kimerer

One male was seriously injured, another in handcuffs was evaluated after a large disturbance near Pacific Highway.

Federal Way, WA: At around 1:15 a.m., Federal Way police responded to a reported large disturbance in the 1300 block of South 312th Street near Pacific Highway.

When officers arrived, they found one male down in the westbound lanes of south 312th with what appeared to be a stab wound to his left side.

Police immediately called for medical aid and began treating the man's wound while calling for more units and a K-9.

South King Fire and Rescue with King County Medic One arrived and transported the male to a local trauma center in unknown condition.

A second male was seen nearby by EMTs and appeared to be in handcuffs. It is not known at this time if the male was another victim or a suspect in this incident.

Our crews on the scene observed the Washington State Patrol Airplane assisting in the search for suspects and did hear K-9 announcements being made over a police loud speaker stating that, "the suspect in the robbery, you are under arrest, come out now or you could be bitten by the K-9."

Statement from Commander Kurt Schwan with Federal Way Police:

"Just after 1:00 AM, officers responded to a fight call at 312th and Pacific Hwy S. While enroute, the call escalated to a stabbing.

When officers arrived, they located a 34-year-old male with apparent stab wounds to his chest and discovered the suspects had fled on foot.

A K9 search was conducted, assisted by WSP air support, and two suspects, both were males their ages are 23 and 31, were located.

All three subjects were transported to Harborview for injuries they sustained during the incident.

The extent of their injuries is unknown at this time, but none are believed to be life-threatening. The motive for the incident is unknown and still under investigation.

None of the involved parties cooperated or were able to cooperate at the time."

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