Police investigating possible stabbing in Maple Ridge
MAPLE RIDGE, B.C. -- A home on a residential street in Maple Ridge, B.C., remained behind police tape and under the watch of the RCMP early Wednesday morning after what appears to be a possible stabbing.
Police were called to 110 Avenue near 237 Street, not far from Kanaka Way, after 8:30 Tuesday night.
Several ambulances were dispatched to the area and at least one person was taken to hospital.
A police dog team was seen checking yards in the area.
Ridge Meadows RCMP said three men were taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
"There is no risk to the public as the men were known to each other," Const. Julie Klaussner told CTV News in an email.
The investigation is ongoing.
Several orange cones have been placed in the driveway and yard of the home at the centre of the investigation.
Two people who live on this street have also told CTV News there has been an ongoing dispute between some neighbours on this block.