Badly injured man found in Englewood street

Police close off Floyd Avenue, seek information on event

Posted 3/13/17

Police vehicles with lights flashing blocked off East Floyd Avenue between Humbolt and Franklin streets March 8 during an investigation about the circumstances surrounding a badly injured man who was found in the street early that morning.

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Badly injured man found in Englewood street

Police close off Floyd Avenue, seek information on event

Posted

Police vehicles with lights flashing blocked off East Floyd Avenue between Humbolt and Franklin streets March 8 during an investigation about the circumstances surrounding a badly injured man who was found in the street early that morning.

The investigation continued into the afternoon as detectives checked with those at home in the Kimberly Woods Apartments facing Floyd Avenue and in other homes in the area while other officers set out markers and took pictures of the area in the street where the man was found.

The police press release stated the victim was a 26-year-old man who had suffered substantial injuries and was taken to Swedish Medical Center for treatment.

The release also states police are looking for any information about the incident and would like to speak with anyone who was in the area when it happened.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call the Englewood Police Department at 303-762-2438 and ask to be transferred to the investigations bureau.

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