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Victim of stabbing in front of ACHS airlifted to Louisville
No students involved. Victim airlifted. Suspect left scene in blue Cadillac. Investigation ongoing. Warrants obtained.
On Friday, May 12, 2006, at around 1:00 p.m., the Columbia Police Department responded to Adair County High School where a stabbing had occurred.
Chris Taylor, 21, Mack ST, Columbia, KY had been stabbed at least once in the stomach in an altercation.
The suspect in the stabbing had left the scene in a blue Cadillac.
Neither the victim nor the suspect was a student at Adair County High School.
The victim was taken by private vehicle to the hospital, then was airlifted to U of L Hospital in Louisville, KY.
Taylor was listed in stable condition, according to the Columbia Police Department report.
The case is under investigation by the Columbia Police Department and warrants have been obtained.
Story courtesy Sgt. Jason Cross. Columbia Police Department. Mark D. Harris, Chief. Major Terry Flatt, Assistant Chief. City Hall, Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY.
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