TUESDAY 3/31/2020 7:10 a.m.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Two men arrested after a stabbing that left five injured on Green Bay’s west side on Feb. 29 have been charged in Brown County Court.
Court records show 24-year-old Mitchell Crow and 26-year-old Salvador Nunez have both been charged with 1st-degree recklessly endangering safety with the use of a dangerous weapon.
Green Bay Police reported that among the five victims was a pregnant woman. All victims were hospitalized for varying levels of injuries.
Nunez is scheduled to appear in court again in April. A future court date for Crow has not been set.
Police identify suspects in custody following Green Bay stabbing, charges yet to be filed
THURSDAY 3/5/2020 6:53 a.m.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Green Bay Police have identified the two suspects taken into custody following a stabbing in Green Bay over the weekend.
According to authorities, 24-year-old Mitchell Crow and 26-year-old Salvador Nunez were arrested after five people were stabbed on Green Bay’s west side early on Feb. 29. Police say five victims were stabbed including a pregnant woman and were all taken to local hospitals for varying levels of injuries.
No charges have been filed against Crow or Nunez at this time. Local 5 will continue to update this story as information becomes available.
Original Story: Two suspects have been taken into custody following overnight stabbing in Green Bay
SATURDAY 2/29/2020 6:49 a.m.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Five people were stabbed in Green Bay early Saturday morning including a pregnant woman.
According to Green Bay Police Commander, Paul Ebel, the incident occurred between the 300 Block South Maple Avenue and South Chestnut Avenue around 2:30 a.m.
Police say five victims were stabbed including a pregnant woman and were all taken to local hospitals for varying levels of injuries.
Commander Ebel confirms all five victims are, “All going to survive, nobody is going to die.”
Commander Ebel says that it has turned into an investigative case and two suspects have been taken into custody.
Police are not looking for anybody else, “We have everybody that we need. We are just trying to figure out the steps on how it happened.”
Commander Ebel reports, “The public is not in danger, we know who is involved so there’s no danger.”
Local 5 will continue to follow this story as it develops.
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