Mingo Man Facing Assault Charge After Stabbing

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A Mingo Junction man is facing assault charges after stabbing his mother’s caretaker.  

According to Sheriff Fred Abdalla, James Lemmon, 31, apparently became distraught and fired a shotgun into the ground five times. That’s when the caretaker tried to stop the man.  

The caretaker was then stabbed several times.

Abdalla says that the caretaker was taken to a Pittsburgh area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. 


Lemmon was charged with felonious assault, weapons under disability and public intoxication.



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