Stabbing reported at Pinewood Gardens apartments in Trotwood


Authorities and emergency personnel responded early today to a report of a stabbing an apartment on Pinewood Circle. 

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Initial reports indicate at least one person was stabbed around 3:40 a.m. in the 60 block at the Pinewood Gardens apartments in Trotwood.

Police say that a man suffered minor injuries. 

No other details were immediately available. 


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