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Police are looking for suspects in a stabbing they say happened on Airport Road in Spencer County on Wednesday night and drew the response from emergency employees in Shelby.
“A call came into Shelby County 911, and they did a good job of tracing the call to pinpoint a location,” Kentucky State Police Spokesperson Ron Turley said. “We caught up with the individual who was stabbed at Elk Creek Grocery.”
Turley said the man who airlifted to the University of Louisville with non-life-threatening injuries.
Everyone involved is from Indiana, Turley said, adding that KSP does not want to release any names at this point, pending an open investigation.
“We do anticipate making an arrest,” he said.
Turley said the call came into Shelby County 911 because the call was made very close to the Spencer/Shelby County line in Spencer County.
“The victim actually made the call himself,” Turley said.
He said the individuals in the car came from Indiana, drove through Jefferson and Shelby counties, into Spencer County.
The stabbing stemmed from some sort of altercation in the car, Turley said.
He added that everyone involved was male.