Subject: Assault - Stabbing Suspect ArrestedDate: 10-12-2018 08:14:20
From: Lieutenant Krag CampbellCase or Incident: #181012-002

On 10/12/18, at about 12:54 AM, the Juneau Police Department received a 911 call from a 51 year old male Juneau resident. The man reported that his girlfriend had just stabbed him in the chest with a butcher knife. JPD and CCFR responded to the man's residence, located in the area of 2800 Postal Way.

Responding officers located the man walking away from the residence. The man appeared to be in a great deal of pain and was bleeding from an injury to his chest. CCFR provided medical treatment to the man while officers attempted to locate the man's girlfriend. Inside the residence, officers located the man's girlfriend, 48 year old Juneau resident, Valerie Wilson. Wilson was uninjured.

Officers learned that Wilson and the man had been in a verbal argument. After the argument, the two separated within the residence. Shortly afterwards, Wilson approached the man and stabbed him in the chest with a knife. A large bloody knife was located in the kitchen sink.

The 51 year old male was transported to the hospital for the treatment of his injuries. The man's injuries are considered serious, but he is currently in stable condition.

Valerie Wilson was placed under arrest for assault in the 1st degree, a class A felony offense. She was taken to the jail and held without bail.

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