Woonsocket stabbing – According to Woonsocket police, following a car chase across town, a suspect who is suspected of stabbing a guy was brought into custody. Jabriel Goodwin, 32, of Mesa, Arizona, is the suspect, according to Police Chief Thomas Oates. The Woonsocket Ocean State Job Lot parking lot is located at 1412 Park Ave., where the incident was reported. According to Chief Oates, Mansfield resident Bryan Bailey, 25, was stabbed in the arm and leg.
After receiving care, he was allowed to leave Rhode Island Hospital with only minor wounds. Oates claimed that the Goodwin drove off in his car. Police tried, but were unable, to stop him. The chase reportedly continued for a considerable amount of time and crossed through Woonsocket and North Smithfield.
According to Woonsocket police, the pursuit came to an end between Providence Street and Ballou Street when the escaping car failed to stop at an intersection and collided with another outbound vehicle on Providence Street. The Goodwins’ vehicle flipped over on its side, according to officials. According to Oates, the weapon thought to have been used in the stabbing has been found by the police.
Goodwin was taken to Rhode Island Hospital with injuries that are not life-threatening, according to police, who told NBC 10 that he is in arrest. Charges against him included felony assault, possession of a controlled substance, felony assault with a weapon other than a firearm (knife), obstructing a police officer from performing his duty, disorderly behavior, and escaping authorities in a high-speed pursuit.
The driver of the second vehicle in the collision was a lady, together with her younger sister. They were treated at Hasbro Children’s Hospital and then released, according to the police. One was merely inspected, while the other had some minor injuries.
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