Police Arrest David Laudahl In Cocoa Beach Stabbing

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in Brevard County Jail with no bond

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – Cocoa Beach Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division arrested a suspect in connection with the stabbing that took place yesterday evening on Cocoa Beach, adjacent to the Beach End of Hendry Avenue.

Cocoa Beach Police arrested David Robert Laudahl, 50, of Cocoa Beach who was charged with one count of Attempted 2nd Degree Murder in conncetion with a stabbing on the beach last night. He was transported to the Brevard County Jail with no bond. (Cocoa Beach Police image)

Cocoa Beach Police arrested David Robert Laudahl, 50, of Cocoa Beach who was charged with one count of Attempted 2nd Degree Murder in conncetion with a stabbing on the beach last night. He was transported to the Brevard County Jail with no bond. (Cocoa Beach Police image)

David Robert Laudahl, 50, of Cocoa Beach was charged with one count of Attempted 2nd Degree Murder.  He was transported to the Brevard County Jail with no bond.

The stabbing victim was airlifted to Health First Holmes Regional Hospital in Melbourne in critical condition, according to the Cocoa Beach Police Department.

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ORIGINAL POST: January 14, 2014, 7:30 a.m.

Man Stabbed On Beach, Airlifted In Critical Condition

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – The Cocoa Beach Police Department responded to the call yesterday evening at about 6:45 p.m., adjacent to the Beach End of Hendry Avenue, in reference to an adult white male who had been stabbed several times. 

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The Cocoa Beach Police Department responded to the call yesterday evening at about 6:45 p.m., adjacent to the Beach End of Hendry Avenue, in reference to an adult white male who had been stabbed several times.

The victim was airlifted to Health First Holmes Regional Hospital in Melbourne in critical condition, according to the Cocoa Beach Police Department.

The investigation is ongoing, and anyone who has information regarding this incident should contact the Cocoa Beach Police Department at 321-868-3251.

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