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Suspect in custody after stabbing

Posted: 01/27/2013 9:35 AM | Comments: 0

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Winnipeg police have a man in custody after a stabbing earlier this weekend on Alfred Avenue. The victim remains in hospital, recovering in stable condition.

Police say a fight broke out between two men, both aged 29, in front of a house in the 300 block of the North End street. It ended when one man received multiple stab wounds that left the victim in critical condition. The suspect fled in a vehicle.

The arrest followed an investigation by mjor crimes investigators with the Winnipeg Police Service.

Steven Adam Lucier, 29, was charged with aggravated assault for his involvement, police reported Sunday morning.

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