Falmouth police release suspect's name in early morning stabbing

17-year-old Gregory Harris is considered dangerous and wanted by police
17-year-old Gregory Harris is wanted in connection with a stabbing in Falmouth. Falmouth Police Dept. booking photo.

FALMOUTH - Falmouth police released the name of the suspect wanted in connection with a stabbing that took place Wednesday morning on Homestead Lane in Falmouth.  Falmouth police are actively searching for 17-year-old Gregory Harris.

Harris is the suspect in a stabbing that occurred around 4:48 a.m. Wednesday morning near 23 Homestead Lane, according to a Falmouth police release.

Officers responding to multiple 911 calls reporting a disturbance in the area arrived to find a man in the roadway covered in blood.

The unidentified man was acting in an "erratic" and "assaultive" manner according to police. Prior to be transported to Falmouth Hospital, the victim told officers he was stabbed by Gregory Harris.

The victim was reportedly transferred to a Boston area hospital. His condition is unknown at this time.

Harris is a black man with light skin. He is approximately 5'7" tall, 140 lbs. Police do not have a current description of his clothing.

Harris is to be considered dangerous, according to police. Police were at the scene for several hours following the incident.

Anyone who sees Harris or has any information about his whereabouts is asked to contact the Falmouth Police Department at 508-457-2526.


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