HUDSON, Wis. — Police have located a suspect vehicle and arrested two people in connection with a triple stabbing that killed one person in Hudson, Wisconsin.
According to the Hudson Police Department, officers responded to a report of a stabbing in downtown Hudson at about 1 a.m. Sunday, and found three stabbing victims in three different places within the downtown area.
One of the victims, a 26-year-old man, died from his injuries. In a Monday news release, the Hudson Police Chief identified him as Cain William Solheim of New Brighton, Minnesota.
Police said witnesses "described multiple unknown suspects" getting into a Chrysler Town and Country minivan with Minnesota license plates.
Chief Geoff Willems says police located what they believe to be the suspect vehicle, a 2008 Town and Country, in Blaine, Minnesota on Sunday afternoon. A warrant was obtained for the vehicle and the associated address, and two people were arrested.
Charges are being reviewed by the St. Croix County District Attorney, and the investigation is ongoing.
Police say they believe it was a "targeted attack" and that there was no risk to the rest of the public.