PARKERSBURG-A man hospitalized after being stabbed has been uncooperative with investigators, according to the Parkersburg Police Department.
The incident occurred 3:20 a.m. Wednesday when officers who arrived at 824 Grafton St. saw the alleged victim with a substantial amount of blood on his pants and a belt being used on his leg as a tourniquet, said Sgt. Greg Collins, with the Parkersburg Police Department.
The victim refused to tell officers what happened to him and cursed at officers and paramedics trying to assist him, Collins said.
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The 1100 block of Swann Street in Parkersburg, where a Wednesday morning stabbing occurred.
Collins said the victim was taken to Camden Clark Medical Center for apparent non-life threatening, but possibly serious, injuries and continued to be uncooperative. Officials have not released the victim's name, and no charges were filed Wednesday night.
Witnesses described an altercation taking place behind 1102 Swann St. between the victim and a black male, according to Collins.
Two people, including the alleged stabbing victim, were interviewed by police Wednesday. According to police, the men knew each other.