Man Stabbed In Red Bank On Sunday; Samuel Rice Arrested For Attempted Murder

Monday, November 11, 2013
Samuel Rice
Samuel Rice

A man was stabbed in Red Bank on Sunday.

At approximately 1:10 p.m., officers responded to 107 Goodson Ave. to investigate a reported stabbing.  Upon arrival, officers located the victim, Robert McBride, in the parking lot with what appeared to be two stab wounds to his back.  The victim stated that he was stabbed by Samuel Cromwell Rice, 22. 

EMS personnel responded and transported the victim to a local hospital. 

The victim indicated that after being stabbed, a struggle ensued with the suspect before he was able to escape and call for assistance.  He also stated that he does not know why he was stabbed. 

Warrants were obtained for the suspect.

At approximately 6 p.m., officers again responded to 107 Goodson Ave. after the suspect called 911 for medical assistance. Upon arrival, officers found that the suspect had a laceration to his left hand. EMS responded and transported the suspect for treatment.  

The suspect was later arrested and charged with attempted murder after being treated and released from a local hospital. He is being held at the Hamilton County jail on a bond of $150,000.  


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