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Blotter: One stabbed in fight on North Ellis Street

A man drove himself to the hospital Saturday night after being stabbed with a steak knife on North Ellis Street, said Salisbury Police Department spokesman Lt. Greg Beam.

The stabbing occurred before 10 p.m. Saturday when the resident of a house in the 400 block of North Ellis Street and another person got into a fight, Beam said. Officers were called to the scene about 9:45 p.m. Saturday.

The unnamed resident grabbed a steak knife and stabbed the other person during the altercation, Beam said.

Beam said Sunday afternoon that the investigation is ongoing and the names of those involved could not yet be released.

He said the condition of the victim was unknown and he was taken to Novant Health Rowan Medical Center.

In other reports:

• Christopher Lee McCrary, 25, of Salisbury, was charged with two counts of felony aiding and abetting a larceny, three counts of misdemeanor aiding and abetting a larceny, and one count of felony aiding and abetting breaking and entering a motor vehicle. Warrants allege McCrary helped Michael Bost steal items ranging from binoculars to a South Carolina football championship ring.

• Robin Hall Manes, 45, of Rockwell, was charged Saturday with misuse of the 911 system for calling to report that someone had stolen her heart.

• Joshua Lashawn Grissett, of Salisbury, was charged Saturday with possession, selling or buying a firearm with an altered serial number and carrying a concealed weapon.

• Eric Brandon Howell, of Charlotte, was charged Saturday with assault inflicting serious injury. Warrants allege Howell struck a woman in the head multiple times while she was asleep, inflicting injuries that caused a loss of consciousness and brain hemorrhaging.

• Judah Nathaniel Safrit, 23, of Woodleaf, was charged Friday with felony breaking and entering and felony larceny after breaking and entering. Warrants allege Safrit entered a building on Dolly Madison Road in Salisbury and stole a Ford F-350, a rifle, a drill, two saws and a side grinder.

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