BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -
A man is recovering after he was allegedly stabbed this morning in east Bakersfield, police said.
On March 27, at about 4:40 a.m., deputies went to the intersection of Fairfax Road and East Brundage Lane regarding a man covered in blood.
Deputies said they found a 26-year-old male who appeared to have been stabbed several times on his arm and upper body.
Officials said the victim of the stabbing was only able to give limited information about the incident, before he was taken to Kern Medical Center for treatment.
Deputies said they followed the victim’s blood trail for about a mile and found the crime scene to be in the 6200 block of Zephyr Lane.
The victim is currently in stable condition and expected to survive, according to officials.
No witnesses were found and the details of the incident are still under investigation.
Anyone having any information regarding this case is being asked to call the Kern County Sheriff’s Office.