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Update: A Barron Police Department press release states two male subjects were found with stab wounds in Anderson Park on Oct. 31. The victims were transported by Mayo Ambulance and flown to an undisclosed hospital. 

Emmanuel Torres, 18, of Cumberland was arrested in connection to the incident, according to the release, and transported to the Barron County Jail.

The Barron County Jail roster lists Torres as having been booked Nov. 1 for felony bail jumping.

The release states the park was closed for several hours while police investigated. 

The initial call came in at approximately 5:38 p.m.

The Cameron Police Department, Barron County Sheriff's Department, Mayo Ambulance, Life Link III helicopter, Barron Fire Department and Maple Grove Fire department responded to the incident. 

Posted Oct. 31: Barron police say they have arrested a man in connection with a stabbing attack that occurred Thursday night at Anderson Park in Barron.

The Barron County dispatch log reports that at 5:38 p.m. a man identifying himself as Emmanuel Torres reported stabbing two people. 

Police and EMS were sent to the scene, and a Life Link III helicopter was dispatched. The victims' conditions and identities have not been released. 

The dispatch log reports a Dodge Magnum being towed from the scene. Court records state that Torres is known to drive this make and model of vehicle. 

Torres, 18, of Cumberland was charged Sept. 19 in Barron County Circuit Court with second degree sexual assault of a child. The criminal complaint states he forced a 13-year-old to have sex with him at a Cumberland beach in June. Torres was 17 at the time.

On Oct. 11 Torres was charged with misdemeanor sexual contact with a child age 15 by an person under 19 after allegedly having sexual contact with the girl after the Fall Formal. He has not appeared in court on this charge, an initial appearance date is set for Nov. 20.

Torres was charged with bail jumping on Oct. 14 after allegedly giving two minors a ride in a car, which was in violation of a no contact with juvenile females outside of his immediate family bond condition. Torres was released the next day on a $10,000 signature bond.

A restraining order against Torres was granted in court earlier Thursday.

This story will be updated. 

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