Man stabbed at US Army Reserve Center in Orlando; culprit sought

Stabbing reported in 3700 block of Corrine Drive

A man was stabbed Thursday morning inside the gates of the U.S. Army Reserve Center in Orlando, and police are searching for the assailant, authorities said. The stabbing happened at 3701 Corrine Drive, northeast of Colonial Drive and Mills Avenue.
A man was stabbed Thursday morning inside the gates of the U.S. Army Reserve Center in Orlando, and police are searching for the assailant, authorities said. The stabbing happened at 3701 Corrine Drive, northeast of Colonial Drive and Mills Avenue.

ORLANDO, Fla. – A man was stabbed Thursday morning inside the gates of the U.S. Army Reserve Center in Orlando, and police are searching for the assailant, authorities said.

The stabbing happened at 3701 Corrine Drive, northeast of Colonial Drive and Mills Avenue.

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The victim was taken to a hospital, but his condition has not been released.

“An adult male was stabbed by an unknown suspect. The victim was hospitalized. Officers are actively investigating at this time,” Orlando police tweeted at the time of the incident.

Video from the scene showed crime tape posted inside a gated area.

The department described the possible suspect Thursday afternoon as a man with a dark complexion and possibly a transient in the Corrine-Baldwin Park corridor.

He is described as being between 6 feet 2 inches and 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighing 270 pounds, according to officers. Police said he has short facial hair and was last seen wearing a dark hooded Nike sweatshirt and black athletic shorts. Police also said the man was also wearing a face covering and black gloves.

Anyone with information is asked to contact 911 and if anyone sees him, they are asked to not approach.


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