Winco Stabbing: suspect arrested after stabbing at WinCo Foods Downtown Boise

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Winco Stabbing – An individual was hurt as a result of a stabbing that occurred at a grocery shop located in the downtown area in Boise, Idaho, according to a news release issued by the Boise police department on Thursday afternoon. At around 1:45 p.m., officers went to a report of a stabbing that occurred in the restroom of a grocery store located in the 100 block of Myrtle Street, which is the address for the WinCo operation that is located in the downtown area of Boise.

When emergency personnel arrived, the suspect was being restrained by employees of the store and witnesses, and medical assistance was being provided to the man who had been stabbed, according to the police. Due to the severity of their injuries, the victim was sent to a nearby hospital for treatment. Nobody has been able to identify the culprit, nor has it been established whether or not he has been taken into custody and charged.However, there was no other information that could be provided regarding the circumstances surrounding the stabbing. The police suspect that there may be witnesses who were present in the store bathroom at the time of the incident but departed before speaking with officers, as stated in the press release. The non-emergency dispatch line can be reached at 208-377-6790 if there are any witnesses on the scene.

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