By Boyd C. Allen

Pilot Staff Writer

A 23-year-old man was stabbed during a fight Sept. 29 at the Madrona & 101 RV park in Port Orford, according to the Port Orford police.

Chief Hank Hobart said Tuesday the man had been released from a hospital.

“He was directly involved in at least one and perhaps two physical fights moments before he was stabbed,” Hobart said. “In other words, there may be criminal charges filed against more than one of the fight participants, including the stabbing victim.”

The investigation of the incidents is ongoing, according to Hobart. None of the names of the involved parties has been released.

The initial incident began as a domestic disturbance between the man and a female, according to police.

Two additional males became involved, one 44 and the other 62. By the time the incident was over, the 62-year-old male had received non-life threatening injuries to his face and head, and the 23-year-old male had been stabbed once in the upper torso.

The stabbing victim was transported to Curry General Hospital in Gold Beach, before being flown to a hospital near Eugene for advanced emergency care.

Port Orford Police personnel received assistance from the Gold Beach Police Department, the Curry County Sheriff’s Office and the Curry County District Attorney’s Office.

If any area residents have additional information about this incident, they are asked to phone the Curry County Sheriff’s 911 center at 541-247-3242.

Reach Boyd c. Allen at ballen@currypilot.com .

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