Sunday, September 10, 2006

Stabbing - Courier - Warrant issued

Published in the Courier News [print only], Sunday, September 10, 2006, page A-1

Cops issue warrant in Plainfield stabbing

PLAINFIELD -- An arrest warrant has been issued for a 22-year old city man in connection with a stabbing Wednesday night.

Antwon Grays of 697 West Third Street, has been charged with attempted murder, possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of a weapon, police chief Edward Santiago said.

Grays also has an address in Bound Brook, police say.

Santiago said the 16-year old victim was stabbed in the face, buttocks and ribs in the 600-block of West Third Street before 11 p.m. Wednesday. The teenager was discovered sitting on a stoop in the 700-block of West Third Street by a passerby, who then called police.

Santiago said the victim was initially uncooperative with police. The chief said the teen's injuries were not life-threatening.

The teenager was taken to an area trauma center for treatment, Santiago said.

-- Staff report

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