Brownfield police: Man charged with attempted murder days after stabbing

BROWNFIELD - A man was arrested and charged with attempted murder Wednesday following a stabbing over the weekend in a North Brownfield home.

Officials on Thursday said 35-year-old Adrian Alvarado was arrested in the 1100 block of South Fifth Street days after the incident occurred.

At about 8:30 p.m. Saturday, officers responded to a residence in the 800 block of North Second Street where an unidentified male was stabbed.

According to Brownfield police, the male homeowner reportedly exited his home to find Alvarado and a woman in a dispute.

As the homeowner attempted to intervene, police said Alvarado stabbed him before fleeing the scene.

Investigators believe the resident was taken to the hospital where he has since been treated and released.

Alvarado is being held at the Terry County Jail on a $750,000 bond for the first-degree felony charge.

The incident remained under investigation late Thursday.

Stan Burreson 3 months ago
OK, now let me think this through, they BELIEVE he was taken to the hospital where he has since been treated and released.  That would sure make me think he had been taken to the hospital..  Also like the part where "police said Alvarado stabbed him before fleeing the scene".  Pretty hard to stab him AFTER fleeing, I would think!  (simple fix, replace before fleeing, with, then fled)  Proof reading--a thing of the past.  Editors used to do it, now, even the writers don't proof read their own articles.  
 

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