UPDATE: Regarding the second stabbing. According to Everett Police Spokesman Aaron Snell, Yonathan A. Carreno Duarte turned himself in at 8:30pm Thursday night. After speaking with detectives Snell says he will be booked into the Snohomish County jail.A 20-year-old Everett man was taken to Harborview Hospital with non-life threatening wounds after being slashed by a machete during a fight in north Everett. Everett Police Spokesman Aaron Snell says police were called to the 3200 block of Baker around 7:30pm. Snell says two brothers were fighting and at least one had a baseball bat. A 47-year-old neighbor reportedly tried to break up the fight and both brothers turned on him. He reportedly got a machete and struck one of the brothers. The other fled. Police have detained the 47-year-old and are talking to him at the Everett Police station.
In a separate incident, a woman reported she had been stabbed in the neck during a domestic dispute. Here’s what Everett Police have so far…
At about 9:15 p.m. on October 2, 2013, a woman was at the Safeway in the 7600 block of Evergreen Way screaming that someone had cut her neck. Arriving officers found a female in need of medical attention due to multiple lacerations to her neck.
The woman, a 31 year-old from Everett, told officers she went to Safeway with an ex-boyfriend to discuss domestic issues. While talking outside the business, the male pulled an edged weapon and slashed her several times along the neck. The woman started screaming and the male fled on foot as witnesses called 911.
Officers contained the area but were unable to locate the male.
The woman was initially taken to Providence Medical Center – Colby Campus for her injuries but has since been transported to Harborview Medical Center. Her condition is unknown but believed to be non-life threatening.
The male is described as Hispanic with a receding hairline and a tattoo on the back of his right shoulder. He was last seen wearing a short-sleeved shirt, jeans and tennis shoes. No further information on the male is available.
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