UPDATE: July 23 at 11:58a: From PBSO: at8:30 pm, road patrol responded to 11000 block of Anchorage Way in reference to a stabbing. The investigation revealed that both the victim and the suspect are friends. However the suspect met the victim at his house to fight. During the fight the suspect produced a knife and cut/stabbed the victim several time in the upper torso. The victim was transported to Delray Medical Center with nonlife threatening injuries.
The suspect, Brian Muldoon, was arrested on scene and transported to PBC Jail.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (From Fire Rescue) — At 2036 hours firefighters responded to the 11,000 block of Anchorage Way, West Boca Raton for a reported stabbing.
Fire crews arrived and found a juvenile male patent with injuries. The patient was transported by ground to a local area hospital. A second patient was also found and was transported by ground to a local area hospital.
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