Utica Police Locate And Arrest Suspect In Oneida Square Stabbing
Utica Police have made an arrest in a stabbing that happened last week.
A man was found in the Oneida Square area on May 17, suffering from a stab wound to the abdomen.
The victim underwent successful surgery at a local hospital. During the investigation, a suspect was developed and attempts were made to locate him.
On Saturday, police were able to secure a warrant for the arrest of 48-year old Luther Seay.
Seay is charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon.
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Last Week Another Utica Man Was Accused Of Slashing Roommate During An Argument
Officers were called to Jewett Place on Saturday morning regarding a stabbing.
Police say the victim and his roommate got into an argument and 20-year old Brendan Klotz allegedly grabbed a knife and slashed his roommate on both arms, causing significant lacerations.
Klotz was charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon.
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