TIFFIN — A 32-year-old Tiffin man is charged with attempted murder, accused of stabbing three Tiffin residents Saturday morning.
Bobby Moore was held in the Seneca County jail later Saturday, pending arraignment, and charged with two counts of attempted murder and one count each of felonious assault and assault.
Tiffin police said they were dispatched at 12:56 a.m. to 5 Miami St. for a large fight. Officers en route were told one person had a knife.
At 5 Miami, Brandi Brock, 22, was found with a “large” cut on her forearm. She was taken to Tiffin Mercy Hospital and then to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo “due to the critical nature of the wound,” police said.
Also injured were Vyshawn Arnold, 23, who was stabbed in his thigh and upper back and was taken to Tiffin Mercy Hospital, and Kenyaha Jackson, 24, who was stabbed in her upper back. Ms. Jackson left the scene before police arrived and was taken by private vehicle to the Tiffin hospital, from which she, too, was transferred to St. Vincent.
Police arrested Mr. Moore after he ran out a back door at 1 Miami.
A second man, Cory Cook, 25, of Tiffin was arrested and charged with assault. He too was held in the Seneca County jail.
Police ask that anyone with further information about the incident, including witnesses who may have left before officers arrived, call 419-447-2323.