Golf course employee injured; police investigating whether it was an accident or assaultThe victim was suffering from a head injury. Hudson Police Chief Marty Jensen said the department is unsure if the incident was an accident or an assault.
By: Doug Stohlberg, Hudson Star-Observer
Officers from the Hudson Police Department were dispatched to a report of a man down at the Hudson Golf Course maintenance buildings Friday March 22, at approximately 12:14 pm. The buildings are located at 2001 Ward Ave., just east of Plaza 94.
A UPS driver reported finding a male at this location inside one of two buildings, lying in blood on the floor. When officers and EMS arrived they found a 35-year-old male on the floor in a semi-conscious state. The victim is an employee of the Hudson Golf Course.
The victim was suffering from a head injury. Hudson Police Chief Marty Jensen said the department is unsure if the incident was an assault or an accident. Detectives from the Hudson Police Department are currently processing this scene and interviewing possible witnesses. They are treating the area as a potential crime scene.
St. Croix EMS transported this male to Regions Hospital in St. Paul. Hudson Police Chief Marty Jensen said he believes this to be an isolated incident and that the public is not in any danger. The name of the injured man and the severity of his injury has not been released.
More information will be posted when it becomes available.