A 16-year-old Winder resident reportedly stabbed his 21-year-old brother in the stomach.
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The stabbing reportedly occurred during a family gathering.
A 16-year-old Winder resident is facing an aggravated assault charge after allegedly stabbing his 21-year-old brother in the stomach. The stabbing reportedly happened about 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24, at a residence in the 200 block of Russell Road, where a family gathering was being held. According to a news release from the Winder Police Department, the victim was involved in an argument with his 16-year-old brother that turned physical. Police say the dispute moved to an area within the home where other family members were not present and the teen had a knife that is believed to have been taken from the kitchen, where the argument began. Officers were called to the scene when the older brother went outside to get his father while …
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Man Allegedly Stabbed Over Argument About Pirated DVDs – Norcross Patch A 24-year-old man from the Norcross area told Gwinnett police he was stabbed in the back by someone selling pirated DVDs after he accused the person having "poor quality" products. On Sept. 4, the man spotted another man who he knew sold pirated DVDs, so he walked over to buy some. During their discussion, the two started arguing about the quality of the DVDs, mainly because the consumer accused him of selling poor-quality DVDs in the past. At the end of the conversation, the seller went back to his car for what the consumer thought was more DVDs. When the seller returned, though, he allegedly attacked the consumer and stabbed him in the back. Norcross Patch has more …