At least 3 teens stabbed at after-prom party: Windsor police
Windsor police are investigating after at least three teens were stabbed at a large party at a barn on County Road 42.
Officers were called to the 9000 block of County Road 42 at 1:24 a.m., for a large party with under-age drinking, say police.
As police were arriving, a second call came in indicating that someone at the same location was injured and possibly was stabbed.
Officers described the scene as a large poorly lit property with a barn and well over 1,000 individuals in attendance. Empty alcohol bottles were apparently strewn around the property.
Three 18-year-old male victims were seen by police - one with a cut to the lower right leg, one with cuts to his hand and fingers, and one with a cut to the side of his neck.
Police were given the name of a fourth 18-year-old victim, who told friends that he received a laceration to his chest.
He did not report the injury to police and had not sought medical attention.
All of the injuries are considered to be non-life threatening.
Police say one of the victims indicated that he was cut with a pocket knife. Police also received information that someone was throwing broken bottles around.
This was an 'after prom' party for two local high schools and the schools themselves were not responsible for organizing the party, say police.
Police believe that the suspect(s) are likely not students from either of the schools. So far no one has been able to identify the person(s) responsible for causing the injuries. The investigation is in its preliminary stages and police are asking anyone with information to call.
Police have limited suspect information. He is described as a male, white or Hispanic, 18 or 19 years of age. He was wearing a black or dark blue shirt with an Adidas symbol or name on the front and jeans. He is described as having long black hair and possibly was cut above his right eye.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Windsor Police at 519-255-6700 ext. 4305, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8477 (TIPS), online at www.catchcrooks.com, or Submit a Tip on Facebook.