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March 28, 2013

Teen in hospital after stabbing

— A Muskogee teenager was transported to EASTAR Health System on Wednesday night with life-threatening injuries, said a spokeswoman for the Muskogee County Emergency Medical Service, Rebecca Williamson.

Family members identified the youth as Rodney Robinson, 17. They said he was stabbed once just before 8 p.m. in his lower back, just above his hip.

Witnesses said Robinson and an older male were in a fight in the 500 block of North F Street when Robinson was stabbed in the street. Witnesses said he walked to his house at 505 N. F St., when he became light-headed.

Muskogee police Officer Drew Branan said police went to the hospital in hope of interviewing Robinson.

Police wouldn't say whether a suspect had been identified or detained.

 

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