CARIBOU, Maine — Suspect arrested in alleged Caribou stabbing
Caribou Police arrested Adam Jalbert Tuesday night, the man accused of an alleged stabbing Monday.
Jalbert was considered armed and dangerous before police found him.
Monday night, Codie Robbins, 28, of Caribou was flown to Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center after he was stabbed.
Robbins remains in critical condition, according to police.
Officers were dispatched to a home on Sweden Street around 9:45 p.m. for a report that two men on the porch that were acting strange. When officers arrived, one man took off towards Roosevelt Avenue and the other was found to be Robbins. According to police, Robbins had a stab wound and was bleeding profusely.
Robbins was transported to Cary Medical Center by Caribou Fire and Ambulance, and then was flown to Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center.
This incident appears to be isolated and Caribou police said they do not believe the public is in any danger. However, they are still searching for a suspect.
"We are asking for help from Caribou citizens or people passing through, if you saw anything suspicious between 8:30pm and 9:45pm last evening, November 16, 2020 on Sweden Street, Spring Street, Roosevelt Avenue or those general areas, please call us at 493-3301," the Caribou Police Department said in a press release Tuesday.
Caribou police were assisted by the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office and the Maine State Police Major Crimes Unit.