Stabbing victim out of hospital

Investigation is ongoing
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Stabbing victim Chris Temple, who suffered multiple lacerations in an incident that occurred April 5, was released from Sutter Roseville Medical Center on April 6, according to Placer County Sheriff’s spokesperson Lt. Jeff Ausnow. According to Dena Erwin, of the Sheriff's Department, investigation showed that the stabbing occurred at a location near the Penryn Fast-Pak and the victim ran to the area near the store for assistance. The convenience store is located at the corner of English Colony Way and Taylor Road in Penryn. Temple, Ausnow said, “apparently is staying with family members. He’s been interviewed multiple times about the incident and the investigation is still ongoing.” In an earlier report, the Sheriff’s Office described 28-year-old Temple as a transient who was recently paroled in Placer County from state prison. Temple said he was stabbed by an unknown white male wearing dark clothing. Ausnow said Temple was unclear on his reason for being in the area and on the facts surrounding his attack. - Martha Garcia