One suspect still at large in Tuesday’s stabbing

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Suspects in Moses Lake stabbing

MOSES LAKE — Grant County deputies arrested two of three suspects connected to the stabbing Tuesday night in Moses Lake.

Victor Mejia, 16, was arrested Thursday night at a home in the Larson Housing Area and is booked into the Grant County Youth Services Facility. Residents’ tips reportedly led deputies to finding Mejia, according to a prepared statement from the sheriff’s office.

Travis Stotts, the third suspect, is still at large and should be considered armed and dangerous.

Stotts posted a message on the sheriff’s office Facebook page yesterday questioning his involvement in the stabbing. The sheriff’s office replied to Stotts, but Stotts has not responded back.

Anyone with information on Stotts’ whereabouts are asked to call 911 or send an anonymous tip to crimetips@co.grant.wa.us.

To read the full story, pick up Friday's Columbia Basin Herald.

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