Granite Shoals man stable after knife attack
GRANITE SHOALS — A Granite Shoals man wounded in a weekend knife attack remains in stable condition at an Austin hospital, police said Monday
The attack occurred about 11 p.m. Friday on Prairie Creek Road. No arrests have been reported.
The victim drove to a neighbor’s house for help, police Capt. Royce Graeter said Monday.
"He didn’t know the people, he just stopped at the first house he saw for help," Graeter said.
The victim, who suffered at least three wounds to his left side and upper thigh, couldn’t identify his attacker, Graeter added.
The victim’s identity wasn’t released pending notification of his family.
"He couldn’t give us a really good description," the captain added. "He couldn’t even really tell us where he’d been attacked. He just said it was down the road. I didn’t really have a crime scene to investigate."
Graeter said the man was flown by rescue helicopter to University Medical Center Brackenridge.
Anyone with information is asked to call Granite Shoals police at (830) 598-4818.