Police arrest three males in connection to east Windsor double-stabbing
An investigation into the incident is ongoing
Becky Dodge is holding her children a little closer after a double stabbing left two people with serious injuries in her east-Windsor neighbourhood early Thursday morning.
Two people were sent to hospital with serious but not life threatening injuries following the incident, which police say happened at a home on Jefferson Boulevard near Rose Avenue around 1 a.m.
One person has since been released, while the other remains in hospital in stable condition.
Becky Dodge lives just a few doors down. She said when she woke up her quiet neighbourhood was a crime scene. <a href="https://t.co/JZDAG2Xo84">pic.twitter.com/JZDAG2Xo84</a>—@DanTaekema
"I just hope everyone is OK," said Dodge. "It's tragic, especially being so close to home when I have two little kids … it worries me."
Many residents in the typically quiet neighbourhood said they woke up Thursday to find a crime scene on their doorstep. Yellow police tape surrounded the home with an officer posted outside — the door to the house was still open.
Susan Desantis was woken up by a cop knocking on her door saying there had been a fight. When she walked out <a href="https://twitter.com/WindsorPolice">@WindsorPolice</a> were everywhere. <a href="https://t.co/wQUay9yCwf">pic.twitter.com/wQUay9yCwf</a>—@DanTaekema
Susan Desantis got out of bed in the middle of the night to find an officer at her door.
"He said there had been a fight down the street," she said. "I came out and saw like three police cars and one policeman with a dog ... next door and in the field across the street."
Three men aged 23, 30 and 42 from Windsor have been charged with assault with a weapon.
The 23 and 30-year-old men have also been charged with aggravated assault, while the 42 year old is also charged with assault causing bodily harm and breach of probation.
Here's a look at the scene. <a href="https://twitter.com/WindsorPolice">@WindsorPolice</a> say the stabbing happened around 1 a.m. <a href="https://t.co/kbLwMbFpkh">pic.twitter.com/kbLwMbFpkh</a>—@DanTaekema