Stabbing suspect in court
Bobby C. Moore, a Tiffin man facing three counts of felonious assault in connection to a triple stabbing in February, pleaded not guilty to the charges Thursday in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff’s courtroom.
Moore, 32, was indicted on the second-degree felonies following his arrest in connection to the stabbings, which were reported Feb. 8 in the first block of Miami Street.
According to law enforcement, a large fight was reported and three people allegedly were stabbed by Moore during the altercation. They received non-life-threatening injuries.
The victims were VyShawn Arnold, 23, who was stabbed in the inner thigh and upper back; Kenyaha Jackson, 24, who was stabbed in the upper back; and Brandi Brock, 22, who was stabbed in the arm.
Jackson and Brock had tried to intervene in a fight between Arnold and Moore.
“It was a situation where there was a melee of over 10 people involved in a fight,” Shane Leuthold, Moore’s attorney, told Shuff Thursday.
Leuthold had asked for Moore’s $1 million bond be modified to $50,000 with 10 percent cash or surety allowed, but Shuff continued Moore’s previous bond Thursday.