Keagan Andrew Sanchez allegedly used a 4-inch folding pocket knife
A person faces a cost of first-degree assault after a stabbing south of Cortez, based on the Montezuma County Sheriff’s Workplace.
Keagan Andrew Sanchez, 22, was arrested on suspicion of stabbing a 25-year-old man and violating a restraining order at a residence at 6775 County Street 24, mentioned Sheriff Steve Nowlin.
He allegedly drove your complete blade of a 4-inch pocket knife into the person’s shoulder. The stabbing was reported about 6 p.m. Thursday, Nowlin mentioned.
Alcohol use was suspected within the incident. EMS was dispatched, however the sufferer was OK, Nowlin mentioned.
On Aug. 28, Sanchez was arrested on suspicion of harassing the identical man on the identical tackle. On Sept. 9, he was arrested on suspicion of DUI and driving with no license and legitimate registration and was launched on a $500 bond, Nowlin mentioned.
As of Friday night, Sheriff’s Workplace information confirmed no bond, Nowlin mentioned.
Sanchez is scheduled for a primary listening to in a visitors case at Montezuma County Mixed Courts on Oct. 6, a return submitting of expenses on Oct. 7 and a pretrial convention on Oct. 13.