A fatal stabbing in Bowling Green leaves a community on edge.
"I don't feel safe in this neighborhood because if somebody is stabbing people over here, I don't want to live here,' says Jessica Lay, a Bowling Green resident.
Bowling Green Police say 21-year-old Tyrese Huffman was found stabbed to death at the corner of Stonehenge avenue and Western Green avenue early Saturday morning.
Police believe Huffman was stabbed in the neck with a knife during a fight.
"We're trying to get the details of what that fight was over and who it all involved," says Officer Ronnie Ward of the Bowling Green Police Department.
Residents in the area say they could hear the commotion.
"I heard it through my window and I heard the stabbing and like screaming and yelling and the cops going over there," says Lay.
Another resident says she woke up when police knocked on her door.
"I was a nervous wreck because we didn't know exactly what was going on and we didn't know if it was a serial killer or something like that," says a resident who did not wanted to be identified.
Others are shocked by the stabbing.
"It's kind of crazy a little bit. I've lived here six, seven years, and none of these kind of activities has happened before so it's a little bit shocking," says Cedrick Leavell, a Bowling Green resident.
"It's the first time I've every experienced something like this," says a resident who does not want to be identified.
After the stabbing, police say the the suspect, 24-year-old Stephan Thomas took off, but was later arrested.
"Mr. Thomas was located at an address on Kenilwood and surrounded to police there," says Ward.
Thomas now faces charges of murder.
Thomas was arrested just before nine a.m. Saturday morning.
Police are still investigating.
Thomas remains behind bars at the Warren County Regional Jail.