Man charged for stabbing of Milwaukee parking checker

April 6, 2019

MILWAUKEE A 25-year-old man has been charged for allegedly kicking and stabbing of a parking checker in Milwaukee.

The Journal Sentinel reports that Tony Bornes Jr. is charged with first-degree reckless injury and use of a dangerous weapon in the March 29 incident. Authorities say Bornes attacked the officer because he ticketed his cousin's car.

Police say the checker was able to get away, return to his vehicle and drive to a police station where he was treated and transported to a hospital. He suffered three stab wounds to his right flank, one which nicked his liver, causing internal bleeding that required exploratory surgery,

Another man who was with Bornes did not participate in the attack.

 

Associated Press

 

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