DULUTH - The suspect who authorities believe severely stabbed a teenaged girl last weekend in Duluth's Hillside neighborhood turned himself in around 10 p.m. Friday night.
Police say they located and arrested Donald Laquier-Jackson, 25, of Duluth, at Lake Avenue and 5th Street without incident.
The Duluth Police Department issued a warrant for his arrest based on six criminal charges from the St. Louis County Attorney's Office.
He was transported to the Saint Louis County Jail and lodged on all warrant charges.
They range from attempted second-degree murder to second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon -- all for the alleged involvement in the attack.The crime happened Oct. 13 on the 10 Block of East 5th Street.Police said a 17-year-old girl and an 18-year-old man she was with were struck with a baseball bat before the girl was stabbed in the chest.She was last listed in serious condition.Police say Laquier-Jackson has connections with the native mob.Meanwhile, a 17-year-old Duluth boy was behind bars Friday, held on assault charges for his alleged involvement in the crime.
The case remains an active investigation.