Three people have been arrested in connection with a Sunday assault that left a Baytown man hospitalized with multiple stab wounds.
Baytown police spokesman Lt. Steve
Dorris said the stabbing victim was listed in stable condition at Memorial Hermann Hospital, where he underwent surgery following being flown there Sunday night.
Dorris said the incident began when a 16-year-old male drove to the victim’s residence in the 100 block of Avenue K about 7 p.m. Sunday and got into a physical confrontation with two men at the residence, ages 24 and 27.
The 16-year-old left, but soon returned with four other people: another 16-year-old male, 23-year-old Spencer Delahoussay, 18-year-old Jarred White and 17-year-old Alicia St. Croix, all of Baytown.
The two residents of the house tried to barricade themselves into a back bedroom, Dorris said, but the five assailants kicked the door in.
The 24-year-old was able to escape, but the 27-year-old did not and was punched in the face multiple times and stabbed twice in the back.
The assailants then fled, but the two juveniles, St. Croix and White were soon located in the 200 block of Defee. St. Croix and White were arrested and charged with burglary of a residence with the intent to commit a felony.
Delahoussaye was also charged and was arrested Wednesday.
Charges are pending against the two juveniles, Dorris said.