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Quincy man charged after two men stabbed on North side Sunday

Quincy man charged after two men stabbed on North side Sunday

1 week, 2 days ago by Scott Hardy

Quincy police say one man faces a battery charge after allegedly stabbing two other men Sunday afternoon on the city's north side.

Police say 23-year old Johnathon Watson is under arrest on a count of aggravated battery after the incident, which happened just after 1 PM Sunday at a home in the 1800 block of Jacqueline Drive. Police say they were called there on a report of a fight were someone had been stabbed. In a statement, the QPD says that an officer stopped a vehicle leaving the scene, and found two men, a 20-year old and a 21-year old who both had knife wounds. One had lacerations to his neck, arm and chest, while the other man had been stabbed in the arm. Both were treated at Blessing Hospital. Watson also had a cut to his hand. He's in the Adams County Jail, awaiting a bond hearing Monday morning.

Three other people were also arrested after the incident on seperate charges, including a Quincy man facing trial in February for allegedly having his dog bite a man in the face. Kerry Talburt, Jr., 21, was arrested on a warrant for failing to appear on a charge of manufacture and delivery of cannabis. Also arrested were Dison Bainter, 18, for possession of cannabis and Zana Owsley, 38, for interfering with an officer.

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