By Bonnie Culverhouse
Three persons – two victims and a suspect – ended their Sunday night in the emergency room with multiple stab wounds and cuts.
Terrin T. Frazier, 29, of Sibley, was arrested by Minden Police and charged with three counts of aggravated second-degree battery.
Police Chief Steve Cropper said his officers were dispatched to Minden Medical Center’s ER to make contact with a male victim who works at a convenience store/service station on Shreveport Road.
“The victim told the officer that he had gotten into a verbal altercation when someone tried to steal his bike,” Cropper said. “An unknown suspect approached him from behind and stabbed and cut him.”
The suspect, later identified as Frazier, reportedly ran down Winford Street after stabbing the victim in the chest and cutting his abdomen.
The victim was transported to the ER by a friend in a privately-owned vehicle.
“While officers were at the hospital, they discovered a second victim,” Cropper said. “He stated he stopped his car, pulled out a golf club and tackled the suspect when he saw him running from the first victim.
“When he tackled the suspect, Frazier hit him in the mouth with a belt and started cutting him with a knife,” the chief continued. “He sustained several cuts on his chest, arms and abdomen.”
At that point, Frazier reportedly walked into the ER with injuries received in his fight with the second victim. Cropper said he was identified by both victims, who were in separate sections of the ER.
“Frazier had cuts on his hands, and they were covered with blood,” Cropper said. “He was advised of his rights per Miranda and arrested.”