One man is in custody after a stabbing in the 200-block of Gorge Road. (Black Press Media file photo)

One man in custody after late-night stabbing in Victoria

The stabbing took place during altercation in a Gorge Road East building

One man was arrested after a stabbing in the 200-block of Gorge Road East on Sunday evening.

Victoria police were called to a multi-unit residential building just before 9:30 p.m. on June 14. Officers arrived and located the victim, who lives in the building.

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The victim told officers that another building resident stabbed him during an altercation. The victim was transported to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

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Officers were able to locate a suspect and took him into custody a short time later. He was transported to cells where he was held for court.


 

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