Victim stabbed multiple times at Anderson gas station – Man arrested
ANDERSON, Calif. — Authorities say a man was arrested for attempted murder after stabbing another man multiple times outside an Anderson gas station yesterday evening, Friday, May 7.
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Officers with the Anderson Police Department and other emergency personnel were dispatched to the Valero gas station in the 2100 block of North Street just after 6 p.m., after receiving reports of a stabbing that had just occurred, Anderson PD officials later explained.
When officers arrived they located a man who had been stabbed several times. They also quickly located and detained the suspect, who was still at the scene.
Corey Perron, 58, of Anderson, was arrested for attempted murder after allegedly stabbing another man at least four times outside a Valero gas station yesterday evening. Anderson Police Department photo
“Officers detained the suspect without incident and rendered medical aid to the victim,” APD explained; adding, “It appears the victim had sustained at least three stab wounds to his abdomen, and one to an arm.”
The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment and was listed as being in stable condition as of last night.
The suspect, since identified as Corey Legene Perron, 58, of Anderson, was later booked into the Shasta County Jail in Redding on suspicion of attempted murder and consuming alcohol in public.
Online jail records indicate Perron remains in custody in lieu of $501,000 bail or bond.
Anderson Police Detectives have since assumed the investigation, which is active and ongoing.
Anyone with additional information related to this investigation is encouraged to contact Anderson Police Department at (530) 378-6600. Callers can remain anonymous.
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