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Tiffin man arrested for triple stabbing

Bobby Moore, Courtesy: Seneca County Jail Bobby Moore, Courtesy: Seneca County Jail
Cory Cook, Courtesy: Seneca County Jail Cory Cook, Courtesy: Seneca County Jail
TIFFIN, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A Tiffin man is facing attempted murder and assault charges after a Saturday morning fight.

Tiffin Police responded to reports of a large fight just before 1 a.m. Saturday at 5 Miami Street.

On the scene, office located a female victim, identified as Brandi Brock, 22, with a large stab wound to her forearm. Officers say Brock was critically injured and later transported to Mercy St. Vincent's Hospital.

A second victim, Vyshawn Arnold, 23, was found at the scene of the attack with stab wounds on his thigh and upper back. Vyshawn was later transferred to Mercy St. Vincent's Hospital for treatment.

Police say a third victim, Kenyaha Jackson, 24, was taken by friends to Tiffin Mercy Hospital to be treated for a stab wound to the upper back. He too was later transferred to Mercy St. V's due to the serious nature of his injuries.

Witnesses positively identified the suspect as 32-year-old Bobby C. Moore, according to police.

Officers were directed to 1 Miami St, where they located Moore inside an apartment. Police say Moore fled out the back door of the apartment, but he was taken into custody.

Moore was charged with two counts of Attempted Murder, one count of Felonious Assault, and one count of Misdemeanor Assault for allegedly punching another person prior to getting the large knife used in the attacks.

A second man, Cory A. Cook, 25, was arrested on one count of Misdemeanor Assault for allegedly punching a person attempting to help the victims during the attack.

Both Moore and Cook are being held in the Seneca County Jail.

Moore was arraigned Monday. He is being held on a $1 million bond. His next court appearance will be Feb. 20.

Detectives are still investigating the incident. Anyone who witnessed the fight is asked to contact Tiffin Police at 419-447-2323.

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