A 26-year-old Macon man was stabbed in the back Wednesday night near the intersection of Pansy and Montpelier avenues, according to Macon police.
Passersby called police at about 10:15 p.m. after seeing a man lying in the road. When police arrived, they found that Terry Lewis, of Buena Vista Drive, had been stabbed in the back. He also had bloody knuckles, according to a police report.
Lewis told police two men had beaten him. Police found a broken pair of glasses and a candy wrapper at the scene, according to police. Officers identified the cutting weapon as a pocket knife, according to the police.
Lewis was taken to a local hospital for treatment, according to the report.