The man Pierce County sheriff’s deputies wanted in connection with a Spanaway stabbing turned himself in Thursday and is unlikely to be charged, a department spokesman said.
The April 3 incident in a grocery store parking lot in the 26600 block of Mountain Highway East is likely to be determined to be mutual combat, sheriff’s spokesman Ed Troyer said.
The determination was made after further review of surveillance footage from the store, Troyer added.
The man had an argument with another man before that person entered the store, deputies determined. When that man left the store, the two men started to fight and one was stabbed in the shoulder.