Teenager stabbed by sibling

Press release from Gainesville Police Department

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Gainesville Police Department responded to the scene of a stabbing yesterday afternoon. At 3:39 p.m., officers were dispatched to a home in the 500 block of NW 26th Avenue, where they found a teenager with a stab wound to his abdomen. He was transported to Shands ER as a trauma alert.

The stabbing was the result of a dispute among teenage siblings. The victim is hospitalized with a penetrating wound to the abdomen, but his condition is stabilized and not considered life-threatening. When the press release was issued, Criminal Investigation Division detectives were questioning the suspect, a juvenile female.

  • Now Cain said to his brother Abel, “Let’s go out to the field.” While they were in the field, Cain attacked his brother Abel and killed him. ~ Genesis 4:8

    Sibling rivalry or brotherly love?

    I don’t think I would trust staying in the same home with someone who stabbed me.

    Hope the teenager recovers but I’m afraid the emotional scars are going to take much longer to heal than the hole in his gut.

  • Violence used in personal disagreements is a hallmark of primitive brains.

    • Congratulations on oversimplifying a potentially complex issue about which you know nothing into a racist generalization. I find it amazing how you can so easily point the finger at others without recognizing the small-mindedness of your own comment.

      • Doesn’t matter if the “issue” is complex or not, the end result is the same: the kid stabbed his brother.

        As to racist generalizations well there’s a reason for that oh great thinker: one group, commits 72% of all crime and 52% of all murders yet is only 13% of the population (per FBI statistics.) Care to guess which group it is?

        People like you are the small minded ones lady, you simply follow the left narrative without bothering with things like facts.

      • You are the only person who has said anything about race. You are ironically the racist

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