Fulton Street stabbing suspect under arrest

A young man was taken to hospital earlier this month after being stabbed in the head.

A young man was taken to hospital earlier this month after being stabbed in the head.

On Dec. 6 at approximately 10:52 p.m., members of the Prince Rupert RCMP received a report of a fight in progress on the 600 block of Fulton Street.

“Police attended and we located one victim who had a stab wound to his head,” Const. Matt Ericson, spokesperson of the Prince Rupert RCMP, said, adding the young man was taken to the hospital and after receiving treatment was released that evening.

“One suspect has been taken into custody.”

RCMP are not releasing names, as both the perpetrator and victim in the incident are minors.

 

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