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Federal Way man stabbed along Pacific Highway South in Kent

Kent Police trying to determine what led to June 19 incident

Kent Police are still trying to determine what led to the stabbing of a 25-year-old Federal Way man along Pacific Highway South.

Officers responded at about 10:51 a.m. Sunday, June 19 to 23406 Pacific Highway South, just south of Kent Des Moines Road, according to a June 24 email from Kent Police Assistant Chief Jarod Kasner. Paramedics transported the man to a local hospital in critical condition with wounds to his lower torso. Kasner said he had no further update about his condition.

“Initial information is that it may have been a robbery attempt, but detectives are investigating to determine the sequence of events,” Kasner said. “There is limited information at this time. Investigators are working to determine the relationship between them.”


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