Sullivan County Sheriff’s officials capture Princeton stabbing suspect

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HYMERA, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Travis Allen Flowers, 29, of Patoka, Ind., wanted on a felony warrant for aggravated battery out of Gibson County, was found hiding in a residence in Hymera, Ind., Sullivan County Sheriff Clark Cottom reported Monday.

Sullivan County Lieutenant Bill Snead and Sergeant David Holmes, with the assistance of Chief Jason Bobbitt and Detective Ron Elliott, learned Flowers may have fled to Hymera. Officers surrounded the home and apprehended the suspect without incident.

Flowers was ID’d as the suspect after an altercation led to a stabbing in Princeton. The victim in the stabbing was treated at an Evansville hospital for non life-threatening injuries. Flowers was transferred to Gibson County without incident.

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