Woman Critically Injured After Stabbing At Cocoa Bus Station, Suspect Arrested By Cocoa Police

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Space Coast Area Transit Station on Varr Ave.

Cocoa Police are investigating a stabbing that took place Friday night at the Space Coast Area Transit Station on Varr Ave., leaving a woman critically injured.

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Cocoa Police are investigating a stabbing that took place Friday night at the Space Coast Area Transit Station on Varr Ave. in Cocoa, leaving a woman critically injured.

The woman was airlifted to a local hospital and listed in stable condition.

According to a report released by the Cocoa Police Department, units responded multiple 911 calls reporting a stabbing at the bus station at around 8:30 p.m.

When officers arrived, they located a woman with a stab wound and were to able to get detailed information on the suspect from the victim. Police followed up with witnesses and were able to get a better description on the suspect’s identity.

After a brief time, Cocoa Police were able to locate the man suspected in the incident and arrested him.

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The preliminary investigation has revealed the two individuals have had a prior relationship and the dispute appears to be a result of domestic violence, according to Yvonne Martinez of the Cocoa Police Department.

The names of the victim and suspect are not being released by the Cocoa Police Department, at this time, as the case continues to be under review.

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ABOVE MAP: Cocoa Police are investigating a stabbing that took place Friday night at the Space Coast Area Transit Station on Varr Ave. in Cocoa, leaving a woman critically injured.

 


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