Texarkana Arkansas Police are investigating an alleged stabbing yesterday evening,  Wednesday, April 6 at approximately 7:14 PM.

TAPD officers responded to a call about a stabbing outside a house located in the 4200 block of Savannah Circle in Texarkana, Arkansas.

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Officers arrived at the scene and found an individual lying on the ground bleeding, but the victim was being cared for by a bystander. Officers assisted and also called for an ambulance.

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TAPD stated in a press release;

The victim told the officers the suspect was Nicholas Griggs, and he was possibly still in the area. While waiting for an ambulance to arrive for the victim, Officer Marcos Luna located and arrested the suspect.

LifeNet arrived and took the victim to a nearby hospital.

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The alleged suspect is 25-year-old Nicholas Griggs from Texarkana, Texas, who was charged with Domestic Battery in the 2nd Degree. He is now in the Miller County Jail after being booked. This is an ongoing investigation.

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The victim's name and condition have not been released.

Texarkana Arkansas Police are asking for your help if you have any information about this or witnessed this, please call Detective Shane Kirkland at (903) 798-3143 or call Crime Stoppers where you can remain anonymous. The Texarkana Crime Stoppers number is (903)-793-7867.

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