Deadly stabbing south of Everett was homicide, officials say

Deputies found T.J. Bern off Highway 99, unconscious and with a stab wound. He died the next day.

EVERETT — A fatal stabbing south of Everett was homicide, according to the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Sheriff’s deputies found T.J. Bern, 26, of Everett, unconscious with a stab wound to his leg the night of Sept. 23, in the 12000 block of Highway 99. A deputy put a tourniquet on Bern’s leg and had him transported to a hospital. He died of his injuries the next day, the medical examiner’s office announced Tuesday.

No suspects were immediately identified or found.

The sheriff’s office is investigating.

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