Early Morning Stabbing Leaves SeaTac Man In Critical Condition

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The King County Sheriff’s Department reports that a stabbing early Monday morning left a 21 year-old SeaTac man in critical condition.

The incident occurred in the parking lot of the Shannon South Apartments in the 3500 block of South 180th about 4am Monday, Aug. 24th.

Several men were apparently arguing in the lot just before the stabbing, and the suspect fled before police arrived.

The victim, whose identity has not yet been released, was taken to Harborview Medical Center with several stab wounds. He was in critical condition when transported, and is a resident of the Shannon South.

The investigation is continuing and no one has been arrested.

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One Response to “Early Morning Stabbing Leaves SeaTac Man In Critical Condition”
  1. Anynomous says:

    Please! No one continued to investigate this! Thank God My BR0THER survived this.The dumb ass who done this is still walking around! He was a very good friend II my family!!!!!He didn’t want II go II prison because he has a daughter…My brother almost died &nd if he did, he would’ve left behind 2 beautiful kids,his Fiance along w/ his Parent,3 Sisters,3 Brothers,5 nephews &nd 3 nieces plus a whole lotta Cousins,Aunts,Uncle’s & GrandParents….I can careless about the guy who did &nd by the way His Name is A.J people call him AJAXX,He’s Samoan! &nd His last name is Tauasili or something similar II that!!!!! He’s a BiTCH I tell you….Im never going II forgive his bitchass until he goes II jail II serve some time!!!!!!! I want II see JUSTiCE!!!!! &nd justice is NOT happening RiGHT N0W!

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