Updated: May 2, 2012 - 3:15pm
Update: Lenexa Police say that a 50-year-old woman has been arrested in connection to this morning's stabbing. The male victim was treated and released from an area hospital. Police also say that the man and woman lived together in the apartment where the disturbance took place. The female suspect has not been formally charged at this time, records show she faces a charge of "Aggravated Battery causing great bodily harm."
Lenexa Police are investigating after a man was stabbed around 5 a.m. Wednesday.
The incident occurred in the 12800 block of Lord Nelson Drive, south of 95th Street, just east of Interstate 35. A witness reported two people fleeing in a red passenger car, northbound from the apartment complex. Officers located that vehicle and conducted a felony car stop near 96th Terrace and Westgate Street. Two people have been taken into custody for further questioning.
The victim is said to be a male in his early 50's with at least two puncture wounds. One wound is said to be "superficial" on his left hand and another wound to his "lower right rib cage." The man was transported to an area trauma center for further treatment.
Police continue to investigate and no other details are currently available.
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