Police: Argument Over Lawnmower Leads To Stabbing In Trenton
TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Police say an argument over a lawnmower led to a stabbing in New Jersey’s capital city.
Trenton police say it started when 53-year-old Anthony Burton asked to borrow a 55-year-old man’s mower on Klagg Avenue.
Police Lt. Mark Kieffer told the Times of Trenton Burton stabbed the man in the left forearm when the 55-year-old said no.
The victim was treated and released for minor injuries.
Burton faces aggravated assault and weapons charges.
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