Suspect arrested after two men sent to hospital with stab wounds
London police say two men are in hospital - one critical - following an early morning stabbing Sunday.
Officials say it was just after 3 a.m. when they received a report of a stabbing on Adelaide Street, south of Hamilton Road.
Police found two victims, both suffering from stab wounds.
Both men were transported to hospital by ambulance, where one man is listed in critical, but stable condition. The other man is in serious condition.
Police have arrested a man and they aren't looking for any other suspects.
"The individual responsible, a male adult, has been arrested and we are not looking for anyon else right now," said Const. Jane Crosby of the London police.
Blood and debris could be seen at the same home where Jared McKnight lived on Adelaide Street. McKnight was stabbed to death near his home in 2012. Neighbour Perry Eggett Jr. was charged with second-degree murder. That case has not gone through the courts yet.
A neighbour said he found one of the injured Sunday near the front porch of that home, barely conscious. His blood loss was considerable.
A trail of blood could be seen along the road, several houses away from where the attack occurred.