A man is in a Fort Worth hospital after being stabbed Saturday night near the Fort Worth Convention Center, police said.
A stabbing call came in at 11:22 Saturday night. When Fort Worth police arrived at the convention center, which is currently being used by the city to house people experiencing homelessness as a way to reduce the spread of COVID-19, they found a man with a small puncture wound under his eye. He was treated at the scene and was taken to a local hospital.
Police arrested the person who stabbed the man and also issued two criminal trespass warnings for interfering with police work. Police said all parties involved were being uncooperative.
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