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Man in custody after stabbing in Ostrander

The Fillmore County Sheriff's Office responded to a reported stabbing in Ostrander on Sunday morning.

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OSTRANDER, Minn. — One man is in custody after a stabbing in Fillmore County on Sunday morning.

Deputies responded to a report at about 8:19 a.m. Sunday that a man had been stabbed in Ostrander, according to the Fillmore County Sheriff’s Office.

The sheriff's office issued an advisory identifying Noah Arnold Foster, 23, as a suspect in the incident. Witnesses reported seeing Foster running from the scene, according to the sheriff’s office.

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Foster was taken into custody without incident later in the day Sunday. The Fillmore County Sheriff’s office reports the incident is still under investigation.

John Molseed joined the Post Bulletin in 2018. He covers arts, culture, entertainment, nature and other fun stories he's surprised he gets paid to cover. When he's not writing articles about Southeast Minnesota artists and musicians, he's either picking banjo, brewing beer, biking or looking for other hobbies that begin with the letter "b." Readers can reach John at 507-285-7713 or jmolseed@postbulletin.com.
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