CLALLAM BAY: Inmate treated for stabbing at prison

An inmate was stabbed multiple times at Clallam Bay Corrections Center on Thursday night, authorities said.

The unidentified inmate was being transported by ambulance to Olympic Memorial Hospital in Port Angeles for treatment of wounds suffered from an unknown weapon, prison spokeswoman LeAnne Fletcher said.

Aid crews were told that the 25-year-old man was stabbed in the abdomen. The 9:05 p.m. incident occurred in the close-custody unit’s day room.

Inmates were locked down for interviews with Clallam County sheriff’s deputies.

Details about possible suspects or the reason for their incarceration were not immediately available.

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