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Man arrested for stabbing victim multiple times outside club

(Source: McLennan County Office) (Source: McLennan County Office)
WACO, TX (KXXV) -

The Waco Police Department said they arrested a man for stabbing another man after getting into a fight outside a club. 

On Nov. 3  around 1:30 a.m. officers went to the 1800 block of S. 12th St. for a disturbance call of a fight. When officers arrived they got more information that it was a stabbing. 

Both the suspect and the victim fled the scene and the stabbing victim went to Baylor Scott and White in a private vehicle. 

Officers determined that the two individuals had gotten into a fight at Austin's On The Avenue club on Austin Ave. They left the club and the fight continued outside.

The suspect 19-year-old Brandon Carlton ended getting into a vehicle and tried to run over the 18-year-old victim. 

The two again got into a physical altercation where the suspect stabbed the victim multiple times. 

The victim received stab wounds to the chest and stomach. 

One of the stab wounds punctured a lung, and another stab wound pierced the abdominal cavity.

The victim was taken to surgery but is expected to recover.

Officers were able to obtain Carlton’s address where he was located and arrested for Aggravated Assault. Carlton was transferred to the county jail.

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