Fort Lewis soldier stabbed to death identified
Army officials on Monday identified a Stryker brigade soldier stabbed to death last week as Pvt. Timothy W. Crislip of Elmhurst, Ill. Crislip died at Madigan...
FORT LEWIS — Army officials on Monday identified a Stryker brigade soldier stabbed to death last week as Pvt. Timothy W. Crislip of Elmhurst, Ill.
Crislip died at Madigan Army Medical Center on Friday after being stabbed by another soldier, Fort Lewis said in a news release. The other soldier was taken into custody but was not identified Monday.
Military police and the Army's criminal investigation division were reviewing the case. Additional details, including a motive, were not immediately available.
Crislip, 22, joined the Army on Aug. 12, 2003. He'd previously been assigned to Fort Campbell in Kentucky and Fort Jackson, S.C., before coming to Fort Lewis in April 2007.
The young man served a year in Iraq ending in April 2006 with Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 44th Air Defense Battalion at Fort Campbell.
He was currently a member of Company B, 402nd Brigade Support Battalion, 5th Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, a new Stryker brigade being developed at Fort Lewis, a post south of Tacoma.
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