CENTRAL POINT — A man who fled his home after he was stabbed Saturday night was found several hours later and transported to Providence Medford Medical Center for treatment.

CENTRAL POINT — A man who fled his home after he was stabbed Saturday night was found several hours later and transported to Providence Medford Medical Center for treatment.

Ira Dean Carney, 49, was released from the hospital after treatment, Jackson County sheriff's deputy Rick Kennedy said in a press release.

Kennedy said Carney was located about three hours after deputies responded to a call about a stabbing in the 100 block of West Vilas Road.

Tosha Nicole Dietrich, 22, the woman who reportedly stabbed Carney, was taken into custody at Four Corners Market, after she burst into the store saying she had stabbed a man in a nearby home.

Dietrich was jailed on a probation violation and held without bail.

The case is still under investigation.