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Pleasant Hill Police Say Victim in Serious Condition After Stabbing

by ECT

The Pleasant Hill Police Department is reporting that on Wednesday at approximately 10:30 pm, they responded to a 9-1-1 call about a stabbing that had just occurred.

The incident occurred on Putnam Blvd. and Oak Park Blvd. in the City of Pleasant Hill where the investigation showed a group of young adults were skateboarding in the area when a suspect vehicle drove by twice, throwing eggs at them. The victim in the case threw something back at the suspect vehicle, at which time the 3 occupants exited the car and chased after the victim.

The victim was attacked and stabbed several times, sustaining serious injuries. The victim was taken to a local hospital and is being treated.

If you live on Putnam Blvd and have cameras on the exterior of your home or business, please call PHPD detectives at (925)288-4600. The suspect vehicle is described as an older model white Toyota Corolla 4-door or similar vehicle with a damaged windshield.

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1 comment

Jaimoe Oct 14, 2021 - 8:31 am

Now if he’s smart he’ll be packin’, you only get stabbed-up once.

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