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Police investigate Menlo Park stabbing

Someone was stabbed in Menlo Park in the wee hours of Tuesday, March 27, and was treated at Stanford Hospital with a "non-life-threatening" injury, said Nicole Acker, spokeswoman for the Menlo Park Police Department.

As part of the investigation, officers combed the 1100 block of Alma Street, looking for evidence where the incident allegedly took place -- opposite the Caltrain station on the east side of the tracks.

Menlo Park police learned of the incident after a call from a Palo Alto police officer who was at the hospital. Menlo Park police are interviewing the victim, Ms. Acker said.

"The details are not clear," she said. "There's really no information to relay, unfortunately."

Comments

Posted by Menlo Resident, a resident of Menlo Park: Allied Arts/Stanford Park
on Mar 29, 2012 at 12:16 pm

Something is really off about this stabbing incident. Half of Menlo Park knows who the victim is and it all very "hush hush". Strange...no?


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