Stabbed man wants answers
Jun 8, 2010 at 12:40 AM
Sandusky police are investigating the weekend stabbing of a 24-year-old Sandusky man.
At about 2 a.m. Saturday, police found Tyrone Goudy screaming and bleeding heavily as he laid on the ground outside a home in the 1300 block of Wamajo Drive, Sandusky police Det. John Orzech said.
Recounting the attack on Monday, Goudy said he and a close friend were outside that morning when he heard two men arguing down the street. People had gathered in the area, so he walked down the street to see what was happening.
Goudy said he then tried to break up the argument.
"Someone pulled a knife," Goudy said. "It happened so fast."
Goudy said he felt blood running down his face as he laid on the ground after the stabbing.
"I went into shock," he said, adding that he knew his eye was hurt, but he didn't know the extent of the injury.
"I started praying to God to save my sight," he said.
Doctors closed the wound with about 20 stitches.
"I'm OK," Goudy said. He also sustained a deep gash to his left arm, which required about 18 stitches to close.
Goudy said it was dark during the attack, so he didn't get a good look at anyone's face. Police have yet to make an arrest.
Goudy said he grew up in Sandusky and knows most everyone in the neighborhood.
"I'd like to know who did it, for real, and why," Goudy said. "I guess people want to mind their own business.
"It's crazy," he said.
Police have tried to interview several people, Orzech said, all of whom refused to cooperate.
"According to witnesses there was an argument throughout the night, but no one was clear on who was arguing," Orzech said.