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DAVID F. ASHTON - Officers awaited the arrival of PPB Family Services Division detectives, when they found a person stabbed in a Woodstock apartment on S.E. 52nd Avenue. Eight East Precinct officers rushed to an apartment building in the 6200 Block of S.E. 52nd Avenue in Woodstock on Wednesday morning, February 3. They were dispatched at 9:09 a.m. to an "Assault – with Weapon" incident.

As officers arrived, one entered the exterior of the building, yellow warning tape in hand, while others spoke with individuals in the parking lot. Within minutes, Portland Fire & Rescue Westmoreland Station 20's Engine Company paramedics were also at the scene, as well as an ambulance – which, neighbors said, had rushed a patient away.

"This was regarding a stabbing. Officers found an injured person, who was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries," Portland Police spokesperson Lt. Greg Pashley.

"Detectives from the PPB Family Services Division responded to the scene and took over the investigation," Pashley said. "To date, there have not been any arrests; this is an open investigation." The identity of the injured person, and the circumstances of the stabbing, have not been made public.

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