UPDATE: The suspect wanted in a stabbing case from December is now behind bars.

Thirty-year-old Sean Michael Scruggs was located Tuesday on Tunnel Hill Blvd and taken into custody.

Scruggs is charged with attempted first degree murder, aggravated assault, especially aggravated burglary, and

vandalism/malicious mischief.

On December 20, 2014 around 9:15 a.m. Scruggs went to his ex-girlfriend's home on Woodland View Circle and began beating on the door and window, threatening those inside the home.

Scruggs managed to gain entry into the home and stabbed 18-year-old Kameron Sales. Sales suffering from a non life threatening wound managed to get away.

He then tried to stabbed 27-year-old Charde Joseph but she managed to get away to a neighbor's house.

Scruggs is charged with vandalism/malicious mischief for slashing three tires on the one of the victim's car.

He is being held at the Hamilton County Jail on a $122,500 bond.  He is due in court January 13.

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UPDATE:
Chattanooga Police have identified the victims in the stabbing on Woodland View Circle.   


27-year-old Charde Joseph suffered non-life threatening injuries. Police also identified 18-year-old Kameron Sales as a victim.


The suspect, 30-year-old Sean Michael Scruggs has warrants for  Especially Aggravated Burglary, Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault (Domestic) and Vandalism.


The investigation is ongoing.


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Chattanooga Police are investigating a stabbing that happened Saturday morning Woodland View Circle around 9:40.


Police tell Channel 3 they found a male on the scene suffering from a stab wound.


That victim was transported to the hospital on non-life threatening injuries.


Investigators tell us the Suspect left the scene in a gold colored vehicle.


At this time, Police believe the incident to be a domestic dispute.


Chattanooga Police ask anyone with information regarding this crime to call 423-698-2525.  The investigation is ongoing.