Police: Man Hit By Car, then Stabbed

Reported by: Paris Lewbel

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 1/01 6:25 am

Police are searching for a person that they say hit a man with a car, and then stabbed him.

Lexington Police say an argument between two men in an apartment complex in the 800 block of Winter Garden turned violent, Sunday night.

According to Police, the two men went outside when the suspect got into a car, drove up into the yard and then struck the victim. 

Then while the man was down, the suspect got out of the car and then stabbed him multiple times in the torso area, police officials tell ABC 36. The suspect then took off. 

The victim was rushed to UK Hospital where he was listed in serious, but stable condition. He was being treated for stab wounds and serious injuries to his legs.  

Police officers on-the-scene reported that two men and a woman were inside the home when the argument started. Police officials say, they are interviewing the woman as the witness. 
 
Lexington Police are conducting a joint investigation between the robbery-homicide unit and crash reconstruction unit. Police detectives say they have the identity of a possible suspect, and they are searching for him. 

The name of the victim or the possible suspect are not being released at this time. 
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