Man stabbed in Fort Worth, TX park, police say

A man started assaulting another man in a South Fort Worth park early Saturday morning for reasons unknown, and police said he was stabbed in the chest.

The victim was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The suspect was not in custody on Saturday morning, according to police.

According to a police call log, officers were dispatched to a reported cut / knife stab in Glenwood Park, specifically on the corner of East Leuda Street and South Riverside Drive, around 4 a.m. The caller stated that someone had been stabbed according to the call log and did not answer any police questions.

The responding officers confirmed that a man had been stabbed. Witnesses told them a man “just started attacking the victim,” police said.

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Jack Howland is a news and corporate reporter. Before joining Star Telegram in May 2019, he spent two and a half years as a breaking news reporter for the Poughkeepsie Journal in New York. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

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