Woman Hospitalized After Stabbing in Hialeah, Suspect Arrested After Fleeing: Police

Woman stabbed multiple times and airlifted to hospital, officials said

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A woman was hospitalized after she was stabbed multiple times in Hialeah Thursday morning by a suspect who was caught after trying to flee, officials said.

The stabbing was reported at an apartment complex in the 5600 block of W. 26th Avenue.

Hialeah Fire Rescue officials said a 27-year-old woman who was suffering from multiple stab wounds was airlifted to Jackson Memorial Trauma Center. Her identity and condition were unknown.

Shortly after the stabbing, around 11:15 a.m., an officer in Opa-locka spotted a car matching the description from the stabbing and tried to stop the car, Opa-locka Police Chief James Dobson said.

Police said Saul Pellot Duprey was arrested at Jackson North Hospital after allegedly stabbing a woman in Hialeah.

The suspect refused to stop and rammed the officer's car before trying to flee and taking off on foot, Dobson said.

Dobson said the suspect ran to Jackson North Hospital, and officers from Hialeah and Miami-Dade assisted in the search.

Officers found the suspect but he resisted arrest and had to be Tased, Dobson said. The suspect suffered a minor injury when he tried to jump a fence, Dobson said.

Officials later identified the suspect as 35-year-old Saul Pellot Duprey. It's unknown what charges he'll face.

No officers were injured in the incident. No other details were immediately known.

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