WOODLAND, Calif. - Police are investigating what led to the stabbing of a man in Woodland on Tuesday.
Patrol Sergeant Frank Ritter of the Woodland Police Dept. said officers were called to Woodland Memorial Hospital Tuesday night regarding a man suffering non-life threatening lacerations to his arms and upper body.
According to Ritter, officers arrived at the hospital around 8:50 p.m. and learned the man had sustained his wounds in a stabbing in the parking lot of 9 Main Street.
Officers interviewed the stabbing victim and a witness, but both were uncooperative, Ritter said.
Additional officers were dispatched to the parking lot where the stabbing allegedly occurred and located evidence near The Smoke Shop retailer, said Ritter.
The investigation was considered ongoing and Ritter encouraged anyone with information on the incident to contact the Woodland Police Dept. at 530-666-2411 or 530-661-7800. Callers can remain anonymous.