One person is still being treated at the hospital after an alleged stabbing and shooting at a Springfield convenience store early Saturday morning.
Springfield Police Divison officers were dispatched to the Mini-Mart, located at 961 Rd., at around midnight on Saturday on a call that someone had been stabbed and another person had been shot, according to a Springfield Police report.
When police arrived, several people directed them into the store, saying a man had been stabbed inside, the report said.
Officers entered the store and allegedly saw a man “standing at the clerk counter without a shirt,” the report said.
“(The victim) had several apparent stab wounds about his left arm, his back and the back of his neck,” the report said.
The victim told officers he did not know who stabbed him.
“(The victim) stated that he was working at the Mini-Mart as private security when he heard a lot of commotion in the parking lot. He stated that he went outside to disperse the crowd when an unknown male ran up to him,” the report said. “(The victim) said the next thing he knew; he was being stabbed.”
After he being stabbed, the victim said he ran back to the store and allegedly heard three gunshots from the parking lot, the report said.
The report said officers found a knife on the northwest side of the Mini-Mart.
The stabbing victim was taken to Springfield Regional Medical Center for his injuries. As of Monday morning, the victim was no longer listed as a patient, according to hospital staff.
According to the report, the victim of the shooting was taken to SRMC by an unknown person. On Saturday night, he was treated by medical staff and later taken by CareFlight to Miami Valley Hospital.
“(The shooting victim) had a gunshot wound to his left lower leg, with the bone shattered,” the report said
As of Monday morning, the shooting victim was listed as a patient at Miami Valley, but his condition is unknown, according to hospital staff.
Both the stabbing and the shooting are still under investigation, the report said.
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