4 arrested Oakland Twp. screwdriver stabbing
Oakland Township — Authorities arrested four people in the stabbing of a homeowner with a screwdriver Tuesday.
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said its Fugitive Apprehension Team arrested the group, initially described as a white male and black male, a white female and a black female, all in their early 20s, on Tuesday night. Other details were expected to be released Wednesday.
Officials said the attack occurred about 4:30 a.m. outside a home in the 100 block of Lyndon Circle, near West Romeo and Kline roads.
According to police, the 58-year-old homeowner was leaving for work when he saw four people inside his vehicle. A fight started when the victim confronted the suspects.
The victim was stabbed 12 times in the stomach and back with a screwdriver.
“We don’t know if the screwdriver was already in the the vehicle or if the suspects brought it with them,” said Sgt. Randall Prasky.
The suspects escaped in a gray Pontiac Grand Am or Grand Prix.
The victim was taken by the Oakland Township Fire Department to McLaren Hospital with non-life threatening wounds.
Staff Writer Mark Hicks contributed to this report.