UPDATED: Winter Garden police investigating Hudson Tire & Service employee's stab wound

Cameron Highnote showed up to work with a stab wound, WGPD is working to find out where the incident took place and any potential suspect information.

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The Winter Garden Police Department is currently investigating the origin of a Hudson Tire & Service employee's stab wound. 

According to WGPD Captain Scott Allen, the "employee showed up to work with a stab wound" the morning of Monday, Feb. 27. 

Cameron Highnote, 20, was identified as the victim by his mom, Christy Morgan, who mentioned on a Facebook post the robber just took the $5 Highnote had on him.

"The person took his ($5) turned around, then turned back around said 'I'm sorry' and stabbed him anyways," Morgan wrote on a Facebook post.

At Orlando Regional Medical, Highnote's CT scan showed that the weapon barely missed his heart, lungs and main artery. 

"He is in a lot of pain, but stable," Morgan wrote on a Facebook direct message.

WGPD is still working to find the location of the incident and any information pertaining to the suspect. 



Andrea Mujica

Staff writer Andrea Mujica covers sports, news and features. She holds both a bachelor's degree in journalism and an MBA from the University of Central Florida. When she’s not on the sidelines, you can find Andrea coaching rowers at the Orlando Area Rowing Society in Windermere.

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