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Kendrick Himes arrested for Mongmong stabbing

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A stabbing in Mongmong leads to one man being placed under arrest. Kendrick Himes is charged with second degree aggravated assault along with a special allegation of possession and use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony. Court documents state the suspect cut the victim with a knife on his face, wrist and hand. Investigators learned the pair had been arguing before the suspect accused the victim of “ruining his life.” The suspect then allegedly attempted to stab the victim multiple times, but the victim blocked some of the attacks with his hand. The victim was treated at the hospital for his injuries. Police later took the suspect into custody.

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