Topeka police investigating two separate stabbings

Around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday night TPD officers responded to a local hospital to investigate a report of a cutting.   Officers located two Topeka men in their 20’s who’d reported being in fight in a parking lot in the 4100 BLK SW Huntoon.   During the fight, both victims reported being cut with a knife.  They were treated and released from the hospital.

Suspects were described as two black males, one of whom was approximately 6’2”, 200 pounds and had his hair in corn rows.

It had been reported to have taken place in front of a Bar & Grill in the Gage Village strip mall but additional investigations indicate that those involved were never inside the bar, and it was closed at the time of the fight.

Anyone who may have information on this incident, or any other crime for that matter, is asked to call the Topeka Police Department detectives at 368-9400, or Crime Stoppers at 234-0007.  Persons wanting to text a tip to Crime Stoppers may do so, and the Crime Stoppers program website also has information on how to submit a tip on-line.

In a separate incident, around11:49 pm officers responded to a local hospital on  a stabbing that occurred at 2817 SE Minnesota.   Officers arrived at the hospital and found a male victim with non-life threatening stab wounds and a second male victim with a non-life threatening head wound.  The victims provided the address that it had occurred at and officers located the crime scene there.

The only suspect information is an white male.

 

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