Teen stabbed older brother, police say
SHARON – A teenage boy faces charges after he stabbed his older brother following an argument, police said.
The incident began with an argument at about 4:30 p.m. Sunday. It involved a video game at the home in the 1000 block of Sherman Avenue where the 14-year-old lives with the brothers’ parents.
After throwing a controller and running, the boy grabbed a steak knife in the kitchen and stabbed his 27-year-old brother in the bicep of his arm, police said.
He was taken to a juvenile detention center and the victim was treated at the hospital of Sharon Regional Health System, police said.
Woman charged in stabbing of boyfriend
SHARON – A woman is accused of stabbing her boyfriend after an argument during a domestic incident at their home at about 6 a.m. Monday at 726 Cedar Ave.
Faith Yvette Teague, 40, briefly left the house during the argument and used a large serrated kitchen knife to puncture two tires on Devon Campbell’s vehicle.
After a scuffle when she returned to the living room she stabbed him, Teague told police, because he had grabbed and was choking her.
Campbell suffered a puncture wound of his upper left chest and was taken to St. Elizabeth Health Center, Youngstown. His wounds were serious but not believed to be life-threatening, police said.
Teague was charged with aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person. She failed to post bond at her arraignment and was taken to Mercer County Jail.
Teen stabbed older brother, police say
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