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Wake County stabbing sends one to hospital

Posted October 24, 2011

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— One person was taken to the hospital late Sunday after a stabbing at 6721 Holly Springs Road, Wake County sheriff's deputies said. 

Deputies responded to the call around 11:30 p.m. Sunday. Daniel C. Clark, 41, was taken to WakeMed Hospital. His condition was not released.

A juvenile suspect is in custody. 

No other information was released. 

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  • sjcroom5 Oct 27, 2011

    Have you lost your mind???? Why are you focused on where...did you not see that a juvenile suspect is in custody. What did this 41 year old adult do that made a juvenile attack him???? Let's be honest and focus on the real issue??? What are we doing to our youth? Who is looking out for this juvenile? What is being done to find out why this happened? Who gives a toot where it happened???? Seriously, lets focus on the real problem and help our children.

  • conservatism lives Oct 25, 2011

    "I had to argue with a Cary cop for 20 minutes over a seatbelt he said I wasnt wearing. I told him I was (and I was because my cars dings and dings until you put in on). Im still not sure how he saw no seatbeat at 10pm at night, tinted windows, and literally a block away. Nevertheless he threatens me with a ticket and says he has me on his dash cam without my seatbelt on. I said I would love to seee it right now. He tells me to keep my seatbelt on and have a good night. LOL and cops wonder why they are not respected. You got to give it to get it you GED educated sheep."

    I highly doubt any cop would sit there and argue for 20 minutes...they have more important things to do. Especially considering how "violent" most of you say the town is.

    Rule #1...never argue with a cop. It can make them want to write you a ticket...even if they werent planning on doing it.

  • cfc314 Oct 24, 2011

    Who really cares what town WRAL says it is from. It is a sad and tragic event no matter where it wake county it took place. Have a heart people.

  • beaupeep Oct 24, 2011

    well, now the map is WAY wrong, but nice try.

  • aquamarine46 Oct 24, 2011

    The town of Cary called WRAL and got the headline straightened out!

    Now THAT is funny, I don't care who you are!!!!!

  • gingerlynn Oct 24, 2011

    The town of Cary called WRAL and got the headline straightened out!

  • IMHO05 Oct 24, 2011

    Tax bill actually indicates Raleigh. Go figure, WRAL couldn't even verify that fact.

  • wildcat Oct 24, 2011

    the most inefficient departments in this area and is woefully lacking when it comes to competent officers.
    heavy

    amen to that.

  • heavy machinary Oct 24, 2011

    The Cary Police department is one of the most inefficient departments in this area and is woefully lacking when it comes to competent officers.

  • IzzMad2016 Oct 24, 2011

    "I think WRAL put 'Cary' in the title, hoping to get more hits. Because an anomale such as violence in Cary would attract more hits than if it were in almost any other area."

    I think you're on to something there. WRAL loves to instigate Cary bashing whenever possible. Otherwise why wouldn't they change the story title to remove Cary when more than one poster has made a comment about the location NOT being in Cary at all.

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