Anchorage stabbing today, Jade Clifton charged with attempted murder

Anchorage stabbing today According to a statement from the Anchorage Police Department, police were summoned just before 6 p.m. to the Black Angus Inn at 1430 Gambell St., where 19-year-old Jade Clifton and several other people were in a room. following reports from the authorities, a lady originally eluded officers by hitchhiking, but on Wednesday night at a Fairview hotel, three people were sprayed at bears and two of them were also stabbed. according to reports, the incident took place shortly after a minor altercation.

With regards to the police In a physical altercation with another adult female, Jade used bear spray on the Victim, and another adult who is a man, After the struggle, the second Victim fled from the room after Jade stabbed her in the upper torso with a kitchen knife. Then Jade stabbed the next victim in the lower body before running away on foot. however, the victims were unarmed, according to police spokesperson Renee Oistad, who declined to comment on the nature of the dispute or whether drugs or alcohol had a role on Thursday pending further investigation.

Meanwhile, from all indications, no evidence has been found that anyone else possessed a weapon, according to Oistad. The authorities said that both stabbing victims are likely to survive after being transferred to a nearby hospital for medical attention and treatment although their current status is yet unknown. Police said that after Clifton fled the hotel, she was driven to East Tudor Road and Boniface Parkway in the neighborhood. Just before 7 o’clock, police were alerted to reports of her sprinting down the street and being stopped in the 3900 block of Reflection Drive.

According to the authorities, there is no proof that the person who transported Jade was aware of the illegal activities she had recently engaged in. Six counts of assault, including a first-degree count, two second-degree counts, and three fourth-degree counts, led to the police detaining Clifton. Her first place of confinement was the Hiland Mountain Correctional Center.

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