HUTCHINSON, Kan. — A man from Gardner, Kansas is being treated at Hutchinson Regional Medical Center for stab wounds and a man from Manhattan is under arrest.
According to Hutchinson Police Lt. Dustin Loepp, at 11:42 p.m. Friday, officers were called to the hospital, where 52-year-old Brian Dailey was being treated for four stab wounds to his midsection. The injuries are considered non-life-threatening.
Police say a fight broke out at 514 West 5th Ave between Dailey and 31-year-old Bryce Baker of Manhattan. In addition to Dailey's stabbing, tires were also cut on a vehicle belonging to 36-year-old Evin Crome of Manhattan. Baker fled the area. Dailey was taken to the hospital.
Baker was later found in a garage at 514 West 5th, where he had returned and a window was broken on Crome's vehicle to obtain Baker's property. Baker then forced entry into the garage owned by an acquaintance, 35-year-old Billy Joe Womack of Hutchinson.
Baker was arrested for aggravated battery, criminal damage to property and criminal tresspassing. The incident is still under investigation.