Sheriff: Man arrested in Williamson County stabbing after calling 911


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Williamson County Sheriff: Stabbing victim had non life-threatening injuries and taken to hospital

Jorge Reyes arrested after he called 911 to report a man had been stabbed, sheriff’s office said

Deputies arrested a man in connection with a stabbing after he called 911 about it early Wednesday morning, a press release from the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office said.

Jorge Reyes called 911 around 3 a.m. Wednesday to report the stabbing in the 9800 block of Copper Creek Drive in Anderson Mill, a part of Austin in Williamson County, the release said.

Deputies found a male victim with non-life-threatening injuries and he was taken to the hospital, said the release.

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Reyes was arrested after he told deputies he had stabbed the victim, the sheriff’s office said.

Deputies also found the knife used in the incident. Further details were not yet available.

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