Two Manchester residents have been arrested on multiple charges in relation to stabbing incidents that occurred separately over the weekend, court filings reveal.
On Aug. 24 at approximately 8 p.m., authorities responded to the 19000 block of 258th Street after receiving a report that a male subject had been stabbed.
The victim, Tarrean Grandison, stated William Anthony Holmes, 38, of Manchester, came into his bedroom holding a knife and engaged in a physical altercation. Court documents list Grandison and Holmes as having the same address.
During the struggle, Holmes stabbed Grandison in the left arm, documents state.
Authorities say in the course of the altercations between Holmes and Grandison, Grandison was able to get on top of Holmes. Once on top, Taneasha Jean Gingerich, 20, of Manchester, kicked Grandison in the head, causing two cuts that required medical attention.
Holmes was arrested on charges of willful injury causing bodily injury and going armed with intent, while Gingerich was arrested for willful injury causing bodily injury.
Earlier this month on Aug. 2, authorities say they were called to the 1600 block of 165th Street for a disturbance in progress. Upon investigating, it was determined that Holmes and Gingerich went to the residence and started the disturbance.
One witness said Holmes went to the next-door residence and stated “(expletive) was about to go down.”
Witness said Holmes walked back over to the residence and started screaming at people outside the house, calling one of the people a “snitching (expletive)” and said that the victim was “going to die.” Holmes also threw an unopened can at a woman, but he did not hit her. Holmes also allegedly was making additional threats to assault and kill others at the residence.
Holmes was charged with harassment second degree, disorderly conduct, trespass and assault in relation to the incident.
Gingerich has also been charged with trespass in relation to the Aug. 2 incident
In a separate Aug. 24 incident, authorities responded to the 200 block of South Franklin street for a report of a stabbing.
Authorities took Cheyenne E. Clark, 18, of Manchester, into custody upon arrival. While in custody, Clark stated “I stabbed that (expletive),” court documents state, referring to Kelly Ingles, of Manchester.
Ingles told authorities she came to the area to confront Clark regarding a “distasteful” message correspondence with Ingles’ daughter. Ingles said she was waiting outside when the altercation with Clark began. During the altercation, Ingles said Clark brandished the knife and began slashing at Ingles, causing injury to Ingles’ nose.
The knife Clark used was recovered near the scene, documents state.
Clark has been charge with willful injury casuing bodily injury and going armed with intent.