Location of stabbing
Collier County Sheriff’s Office deputies were investigating a disturbance off Gulfshore Drive in North Naples on Tuesday evening.
Early police scanner reports indicated a victim was stabbed six times. However, Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Karie Partington would not confirm the scanner report.
The Sheriff’s Office was called to 11100 Gulfshore Drive, near the entrance to Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park at 9:04 p.m. Partinton said.
“The call came in as a disturbance and we are investigating it,” Partington said.
The victim was transported to the Lee Memorial Hospital, according to scanner reports.
Deputies blocked off the crime scene, starting at an area near the bridge west of Vanderbilt Drive on Bluebill Avenue.
Deputies were talking to one man they described as a suspect near a cemetery at the corner of Vanderbilt Drive and Bluebill Avenue, according to scanner reports.
Several K-9 units and a helicopter were searching the area for others who may have been involved, but they were later called off when two women arrived at the scene.
Scanner reports suggested the Sheriff’s Office had been looking for the women, but they were not taken into custody.
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