WALLED LAKE, Mich. (WXYZ) -
Police in Walled Lake are investigating the stabbings of two women at an apartment complex.
It happened at the Villa Court South Apartments near Pontiac Trail.
Police say two women, a 26-year-old and 29-year-old, were stabbed multiple times. They were called to the scene around 5:15 Wednesday morning.
The women were stabbed multiple times in what police are calling a "gruesome crime scene." Police have taped off a large parameter that stretches from the complex to a section of Pontiac Trail.
“We have blood up and down the street this is an extremely large crime scene so we have an evidence tech from Oakland County processing the along with our detectives,” said Walled Lake Police Chief Paul Shakinas.
A 17-year-old girl is being questioned by police at this time. A two-year-old boy was in the home at the time of the stabbings and was taken into protective custody and will be handed over to a relative.
“My neighbor said she heard a girl yelling for help, crying, and screaming,” said neighbor Autumn Lewandowski.
Part of Pontiac Trail is blocked off near West Road. According to Shakinas, the women got into a car and were found on Pontiac Trail. The teen was driving a different vehicle.
It was found parked behind the women’s car on Pontiac Trail. “Two were found in a car, one on Pontiac Trail in the road,” said Shakinas.
Shakinas would not confirm whether the teen was chasing the women or if she was the one who stabbed them. The conditions of the victims are not known at this time.
The Oakland County Sheriff's Department is assisting in the investigation.
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