UPDATE: Suspect charged with attempted murder in Cleveland stabbing
UPDATE: Cleveland Police have charged the suspect in Friday evening's stabbing.
Forty-two-year-old Brad Stamey is being charged with Attempted 2nd Degree Murder and Aggravated Assault, according to police.
Police say they responded to reports of an assault off Wildwood Avenue in Cleveland around 7:40 p.m. Friday night.
Police say the stabbing involved several men and originated in an argument.
During the argument, Stamey pulled out a knife and cut 38-year-old Johnny Woodward on the neck, also stabbing his abdomen in the process.
Thirty-two-year-old Brandon Lawson attempted to break up the altercation but was cut in the hand by Stamey.
Stamey left the scene of the fight but has since been apprehended.
According to police, Woodward and Lawson were transported to the hospital.
As of this morning, Woodward was deemed to be in stable condition.
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Police spokesperson Evie West said it happened outside the Quick Check Convenience Store on Wildwood Avenue.
West says the man was airlifted to Erlanger.
The man's condition is unknown.
The incident is under investigation.