POLICE: Man attacks person with ‘'manipulated'' forks

LOUISVILLE (WHAS11) – A 52-year-old is accused of attacking a man with two forks on Friday, March, 17.

Terona Hall is charged with assault in the second degree. The police report states Hall and the victim has an ongoing dispute.

The victim was stabbed on both sides of his face on Friday.

When police responded to the scene, they say the found Hall in possession of the forks. The forks were manipulated to allow the suspect to hold a fork in each hand and to be used as a weapon, according to the police report.

The victim said he had knocked on his friend’s door and didn’t know Hall was at the residence. Police said Hall answered the door and then attacked the victim. The victim told police he was also stuck on top of his head, multiple times.

In the police report, Hall told police he was just defending himself.

Hall is being held at Metro Corrections on a $1,000 cash bond as of March 20. He is expected to appear in court on March 28.

 

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