LINKEDINCOMMENTMORE

Pontiac — An argument between a man and his girlfriend ending up with the stabbing of man who escorted them out of a bar early Monday morning.

According to the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, the attack occurred at about 1:30 a.m. at the Green Tavern Bar, located on the 1200 block of Baldwin Road.

Witnesses told deputies the suspect and his girlfriend were arguing when the victim stepped between the two and asked them to leave the tavern.

The victim then stepped outside to make sure the pair had left the area. At that time, he was attacked and stabbed multiple times in the chest and abdomen.

The victim staggered back into the bar as the man and his girlfriend fled the area in a turquoise Toyota or Camry. The female suspect is believed to have been driving the getaway car.

First responders rushed the unidentified man to McLaren Hospital Oakland where he is listed in temporary serious condition.

The suspect is described a white male about 30, approximately 5-foot-9 with long hair and has a missing upper tooth in the front of his mouth.

He was wearing a gray skull cap, gray hoodie and blue jeans. He also wore black fingernail polish, had rings on each finger and wore several necklaces.

His girlfriend is described as a white female, about 30 with long black hair. She was wearing black leggings and a black skirt with skulls on it.

Witnesses said both the suspect and his girlfriend had a “goth” look about them.

TGreenwood@detroitnews.com

(313) 222-2023

LINKEDINCOMMENTMORE
Read or Share this story: http://detne.ws/1zev1Fr