Police searching for man following stabbing.

August 16, 2016
Shook

Shook

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By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief.

LUDINGTON — Police are searching for a person of interest following the stabbing of a 26-year-old man was stabbed early this morning at a residence in the 700 block of East Danaher Street. Officers from Ludington Police Department and Mason County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to 716 E. Danaher Street at 3:59 a.m. on an assault complaint. Upon arrival, officers encountered the victim laying on the kitchen floor. “The victim was believed to have more than one wound as he was bleeding,” said Police Chief Mark Barnett in a press release.

Life EMS and Ludington Fire Department medical first responders responded to the scene and the victim was transported to Spectrum Health Ludington Hosptial for treatment.  The victim is said to be in stable condition at this time, Barnett said.

The initial investigation indicated that the victim had been involved in a disagreement with another subject, who was not at the location when the officers arrived on scene.

716 E. Danaher

716 E. Danaher

Investigators are attempting to locate Adam Clayton Shook, who is a “person of interest.”

Shook is a 33 year old white male, described as 6-foot, 2-inches tall and approx. 200 pounds. He was last seen wearing gray two-tome shorts. Shook is currently homeless.

  “The victim and the person of interest are known to each other and the assault appears to have resulted from a verbal disagreement,” Barnett said.

Anyone having information as to the whereabouts of Shook is asked to contact Mason-Oceana 911 at 231-869-5858 or contact Detective Aaron Sailor at the Ludington Police Department at 231-843-3425.

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