Indianapolis knife attack – A Man has been arrested in connection with a knife attack that injured multiple people in downtown Indianapolis.
According to WRTV, Officers were called to East St. Clair Street around 4:30 p.m where four people were rushed to hospital to be treated for stab wounds – including the suspect identified as 57-year-old Gary Madison (pictured above).
Four people attacked and hospitalized
According to Indianapolis Fire Department PIO Rita Reith, the four stab victims suffered serious injuries, with two in critical condition.
None of them is believed to be life-threatening injuries.
A report from WRTV states:
Witnesses say Madison rode into the park on his bike and was playing loud noises on a megaphone. When people asked him to turn it off and stop he pulled out a knife and started stabbing.
Madison is currently facing three felony counts of battery by means of a deadly weapon.
The incident remains under investigation by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
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