UPDATE:

Spouse in Fairborn police standoff ID’d; Felony charges to be pursued

No victim transported or suspect arrested at scene of reported Hamilton stabbing


UPDATE @ 10:46 a.m.

Crews have left the scene of a reported stabbing in Hamilton this morning. Officials said no victim was transported to any medical facility.

Officials said the incident appeared to involve a domestic dispute, but no one was taken into custody at the scene.

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INITIAL REPORT

Hamilton Fire Department emergency crews are responding to a report of a stabbing this morning in Hamilton’s Lindenwald neighborhood.

Butler County emergency dispatchers made the call around 10 a.m. to assist a stabbed individual at the corner of Minor and Madison avenues. Dispatchers could not confirm if the wounded person was a male or a female.

Units remain on scene this morning. We’re working to bring you more details as they become available.




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