ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — UPDATE: Rochester police arrested a man in connection to the stabbing near Jay Street Friday.
Police say 27-year-old Andre Estimable has been charged with assault. Estimable was also charged with Criminal Mischief. Investigators say he was arrested after they received reports of someone using a knife to slash car tires on Ames Street in the city.
After he was taken into custody, it was determined that he was the suspect from the stabbing.
Rochester police are not releasing the name of the man stabbed but have confirmed he is a 48-year-old Rochester resident. Previously RPD reported he was 58-years-old. The victim was stabbed at 10 Orange Street and taken to the University of Rochester Medical Center. There he was immediately taken into surgery with serious injures.
Estimable was booked at Monroe County Jail and will be arraigned in Rochester City Court Monday, March 9.
The Rochester Police Department is searching for the person who stabbed a 58-year-old city resident Friday afternoon.
Officers responded to the area of Broad and Jay Streets for the report of a person stabbed, and located the man who had been stabbed in the torso.
Currently he is in surgery and his injuries are considered serious.
There are no suspects in custody at this time. RPD asks anyone with information to call 911.
This is an ongoing investigation, News 8 will provide updates as they become available.