Police say a Juneau man who was stabbed during an assault two weeks ago has died.
On June 17, Juneau Police Department officers responded to a 911 call from a home on North Douglas Highway.
Inside, they found 61-year-old Gregory Wade Bowen bleeding from a stab wound in his abdomen. Bowen was taken to Bartlett Regional Hospital and later medevaced to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle for treatment.
According to a release Monday, Bowen died Saturday at Harborview as a result of his injuries.
Police found the filet knife used in the assault in the home. They also arrested a Juneau woman, 42-year-old Sonya Taton, and charged her with assault in the first degree.
Court records show that Taton is being held at Lemon Creek Correctional Center.
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