ROCK HILL, S.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – A man was reportedly stabbed numerous instances with a screwdriver, strangled and robbed of his wallet in an armed robbery in Rock Hill Monday night, according to the Rock Hill Police Office.
Police reported a person was riding in a black Nissan vehicle with 3 other adult males after just cashing checks on his way household from work close to 7:20 p.m. on Oct. 18.
The sufferer advised investigators that as they drove down Anderson Highway, he was stabbed with a screwdriver a number of occasions by the driver. He also instructed officers the back seat travellers tried to strangle him with the seat belt.
Officers said they noticed a number of stab wounds on the man’s arms consistent with a screwdriver and also observed redness on his neck.
The suspects in the automobile reportedly took the man’s wallet right before he fled the automobile and named police.
No facts was delivered for descriptions of the suspects or how the male escaped the automobile.
The male was taken to the hospital with non-existence-threatening injuries. Police stated the incident continues to be underneath investigation.