Calhoun County Fair Carnival Worker Stabs Co-Worker

MARSHALL, MI – On Thursday, August 20th, 2015, at approximately 4:30am, Calhoun County Sheriff Deputies were dispatched to the Calhoun County Fair, 720 Fair Street, in the City of Marshall for a stabbing. Calhoun County Fair

Deputies found that two intoxicated carnival workers were involved in an argument that originated downtown in the City of Marshall.

After they returned to their camper, a 38-year-old Boynton Beach, Florida man stabbed a 31-year-old Clanton, Alabama man in the chest and leg. The suspect was arrested and lodged at the Calhoun County Jail for Attempted Murder.

This incident occurred in a living area exclusively designed for carnival employees living and was secluded away from public areas. At no time was the public at risk during the incident.

The victim was transported to Oaklawn Hospital in Marshall, Michigan. The victim is in stable condition and the injuries are not life threatening.

Deputies were assisted by officers from the Marshall City Police Department.

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