3 seriously injured in stabbing in Denver's Westwood neighborhood; 1 in custody

Posted at 11:04 PM, Aug 04, 2019

DENVER — Three people were seriously injured in a stabbing in Denver’s Westwood neighborhood Sunday night, the Denver Police Department tweeted.

The suspect, an unidentified adult male, was arrested.

The stabbing occurred in the 600 block of South Newton Street.

The victims — two adult men and a woman — were transported to the hospital with serious bodily injuries, according to the tweet.

Police have not revealed any other details related to the incident.