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Teen stabbed on city bus in critical condition, says University Hospital

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Me'Quale Offutt (Source: Family Photo) Me'Quale Offutt (Source: Family Photo)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – The teenager stabbed last weekend on a TARC bus is in critical condition, according to University Hospital.

Me'Quale Offutt, 14, was stabbed three times early Sunday morning near 28th and West Broadway in the Parkland neighborhood of Louisville. A 13-year-old girl was also stabbed and she is in stable condition at Kosair Children's Hospital.

[PREVIOUS STORY: Man accused of stabbing two teens on TARC bus]  

Anthony Rene Allen, 44, is accused of the stabbing. Since the incident, Allen's past has revealed an extensive history of violence. He is being charged with two counts of assault and tampering with physical evidence, but those charges could be upgraded.

[PREVIOUS STORY: LMPD: No sign of trouble before teens stabbed on TARC bus]

Homicide detectives are continuing to investigate. The Homicide Unit is handling it because of the critical nature of the boy's injuries.

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