Fort Collins Old Town Square Stabbing: Man Expected to Recover

Police said a man was stabbed multiple times in Old Town Square on Thursday evening.

Police were responding to a call for service when they saw a man bleeding while walking on College Avenue, according to a Friday news release. Police then provided emergency treatment and coordinated transportation to a medical center.

“The next morning, at approximately 6:14 a.m., patrol officers contacted the two stabbing suspects and took them into custody without incident,” police said in their Friday release. “Officers from the Criminal Investigation Division and K9 Unit recovered the weapon after a brief search this afternoon.

Two suspects, Clayton Corbett and Harley Davis, are charged with attempted murder by Fort Collins police.

Police said the victim got into an argument with Corbett and Davis and one of them ultimately stabbed the victim multiple times in Old Town Square. The release did not specify who police believe stabbed the man.

The victim was seriously injured but is expected to make a full recovery, according to police. His identity has not yet been revealed.

All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court. Arrests and charges are just accusations made by law enforcement until a suspect is convicted of a crime.

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