3 women injured, 1 seriously injured when stabbed to death at the Ann Arbor Hotel

ANN ARBOR, MI – A man stabbed three women to death early Sunday morning in Ann Arbor, leaving a Ypsilanti woman in critical condition, police said.

According to a press release from the Ann Arbor Police Department, officers responded to a stab report at 1:31 am on April 4 at Sonesta Suites, 800 Victors Way in Ann Arbor, near the Pittsfield Township border.

Police arrived to find three women with stab wounds and found that the incident occurred in a hotel room that one of the victims was renting at the time.

The victim in critical condition is a 27-year-old Ypsilanti resident who, according to the police, has suffered several stab wounds.

An officer grabbed the victim’s wounds and applied a tourniquet before paramedics took them to the University of Michigan hospital.

The other two victims are a 36-year-old woman and a 33-year-old woman who were in the rented room, according to police. Both are currently recovering in stable condition at UM Hospital.

Police identified a 47-year-old man as a suspect and determined that his last known address was in Ypsilanti. They are currently trying to find him and discuss the stinging incident, police said. A motive is currently unknown.

The Ann Arbor Police Department has requested that anyone with information regarding this incident contact Det. Renee Bondy by calling 734-794-6930 ext 49329. Individuals can also call the Ann Arbor Police Department TIP line at 734-996-3199 or the office at 734-794-6921.

The Huron Valley Ambulance was there, the police said.

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