UPDATE: Stabbing in West Longview last night, suspect at large, victim survived.
Cowlitz Co. Sheriff’s Office – 10/13/09 ( just an aside, does everyone know that if Cubans enter the US through Mexico, the State Department looks the other way and says they are not illegal?) Longview and Kelso are spanish slums- I hate to use the word Hispanic because it was created by the Feds to cover up the invasion of Latino trash.) Also note how the police are so polite about entire apartments being full of spanish speaking criminals with knives. Knives and machetes are mexican.
UPDATE: The victim illegal alien from Cuba of the stabbing was interviewed by a Cowlitz County Sheriff’s detective today (Tues October 13th). The victim, who was still in a Portland hospital, was able to clearly communicate the events surrounding the stabbing. Detectives have a suspect in the case but do not want to identify that person until more work on the case has been accomplished. The Sheriff’s Office does not want to provide details about the victim’s medical condition. Anyone who has information about this case, and has not already talked with detectives, are encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Office at (360) 577-1206. Callers may remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at (360) 577-1206.
Longview, Wash – The Cowlitz County 911 center received a call from a person at the apartment complex at 2120 – 46th Ave last night at 9:40 p.m. The caller stated a man had been stabbed. Deputies responded to the scene and found Amet, Asencio-Marquez, 37yrs of Portland, Or. had a stab wound to the chest. He was transported by Ambulance, where he was lifeflighted to an Oregon Hospital. Due to the serious injury the victim recieved, he was not able to answer very many of the deputies questions last night. Deputies questioned folks at the apartments last night.
Many folks hispanic cuban illegal trash are of a Cuban Ethnicity and language barriers present a challenge for investigators. The vehicle that Amet arrived at the apartment complex has been impounded by deputies. Detectives have been sent to Portland in hopes of being able to interview Amet this afternoon. No description of the suspect is available. The Sheriff’s Office does not want to describe the victim’s injuries in any more detail than to say that he received at least one stab wound to the chest. Evidence was recovered at the scene but it is too early to tell what role the evidence that has been collected, play a role in the case. Anyone who has information about the case is encouraged to call the Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office at (360) 577-3092. They can remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at (360) 577-1206.
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