UPDATE: Arrest made in fatal Sulphur Springs stabbing | News
UPDATE 12/15 at 8:20: An arrest has been made in the fatal stabbing of Justin Pawlik that happened in Sulphur Springs on December 6. Clint Weldon Wilson of Sulphur Springs was arrested at 5:30, Wednesday evening and charged with murder. He is currently in the Hopkins County Jail.
SULPHUR SPRINGS, TX (KLTV) - Sulphur springs police are investigating a fatal stabbing that happened late Tuesday night.
Police say that it happened just after 10:00 pm in the 100 block of Bill Bradford Road. In addition to the person that was killed, police say that two other people -- a man and woman -- were hospitalized.
Police Chief Jim Bayuk said when officers arrived on scene they found a man dead. He has been identified as 27-year-old Justin Daniel Pawlik.
Bayuk said the incident started when the female, identified as 36-year-old Dionne Penny went over to the home of her boyfriend 30-year-old Clint Wilson.
Police said Pawlik, who previously had a relationship with Penny, threatened to come over to the residence and when he did a confrontation started in the front yard.
All the victims received knife wounds. Penny and Wilson were transported to a local hospital with what are described as non-life threatening injuries.
Chief Bayuk said charges have not been filed in this case.
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