EUGENE, Ore.-- Two homeless people were arrested Sunday morning after allegedy stabbing a man and running over his foot, officials said.
Renee Hughes and Charles Treadway III were arrested on multiple charges for allegedly stabbing a man and running over him with a car.
According to the Eugene Police Department, dispatchers recieved a call about a stabbing on the 4000 block of Stewart Road at 10:45 a.m. The caller also described a car related to the incident. As officers responded, a second call came in from the victim reporting that he had been run over by the suspects.
When officers arrived, Treadway and Hughes were gone. The victim was treated for lacerations on his hands, but declined to go to the hospital, officials said. CAHOOTS also arrived to assist the victim.
Officers stopped a vehicle containing the suspects on West 1st Avenue near Bertelsen Road shortly after, according to police. Hughes, Treadway and one other were in the car and an attached trailer, which officers tell us the suspects lived inside.
As officials were detaining them, a dog escaped the trailer. According to police, it proved challenging to catch, but a helpful onlooker assisted. That dog and a second one inside the trailer were taken to Greenhill Humane Society for safekeeping.
Treadway was arrested on charges of assault, unlawful use of a weapon, and failure to register as a sex offender Hughes was arrested on two charges of assault, unlawful use of a weapon and hit and run.
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