Stabbing victim identified
Published 11:33 am Tuesday, July 13, 2010
An Austin man who was stabbed over the weekend has been identified by police, and he is in “good” condition at a Rochester hospital.
Andrew Lee Davis, 27, was allegedly attacked on Sunday at around 1 a.m. in front of Mickey’s Bar on Second Avenue Northeast. Davis suffered cuts to both arms, as well as a puncture wound to his upper chest. He was taken to St. Marys Hospital.
Police responded to the incident, but had to push through a crowd of 25 to 30 people gathered in front of the bar to get to Davis, according to a police report. They found him laying on the ground, with a large chef’s knife broken into two pieces beside him.
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No arrests have been made, but police said they have a strong suspect and are investigating.
For the downtown area, it marks the second time in as many weeks that police are investigating a reported stabbing. On July 4, Ghavin Darrell Marryshaw, 24, allegedly stabbed a 19-year-old male in the Plaza Lot, according to a criminal complaint.
Marryshaw faces one count of second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon, which is a felony, and is wanted on a Mower County warrant.