Stabbing victim seeks help inside Reibold Building

A man who was stabbed late Monday afternoon sought help inside the Reibold Building in downtown Dayton.

Police and medics were called around 4:20 p.m. to the building at 117 S. Main St.

A 911 caller said the suspect stabbed the victim at least two times in the stomach.

A second 911 caller said the victim walked into the lobby of the Reibold Building.

“He is in extreme distress,” the caller said.

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Nurses from Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County were helping the victim until medics arrived, according to reports. The victim was taken to Miami Valley Hospital to be treated for injuries that police said were not believed to be life-threatening.

The victim said he was stabbed three-tenths of a mile away in the 200 block of South Wilkinson Street, according to dispatch reports.

The stabbing suspect was described as a man wearing a green hat, green jacket and blue jeans who was last seen with a woman pushing a stroller headed toward a nearby McDonald’s.

According to reports, the suspect later was arrested.

Police did not identify the suspect. However, Montgomery County Jail records show that 54-year-old Derrell Lamont Lloyd was arrested at 7:13 p.m. in the 300 block of South Main Street and booked into the jail on suspicion of felonious assault.

Credit: Montgomery County Jail

Credit: Montgomery County Jail

Lloyd also has two other misdemeanor assault and aggravated menacing charges against him in an unrelated case through Dayton Municipal Court, records show.

He is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday, according to jail records.

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