Man injured with arrow sticking out chest in Fresno. People heard arguing, deputies say

A man was found injured Friday afternoon with an arrow sticking out of his chest in Fresno.

A homeowner came across the injured man walking on Dudley, near Lafayette at 1:45 p.m..

The homeowner called 911 and emergency personnel and deputies arrived to find the injured man.

He was taken to a local hospital and rushed into surgery in critical condition.

Spokesman Tony Botti said some residents in the neighborhood heard people arguing. He added that deputies visited homes in the area, but haven’t found anyone who may be involved.

“Our hope is that the victim wakes up and can share his story so we can hopefully identify a suspect,” Botti said.

Anyone with information is asked to call deputies at 559-600-3111.