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UPDATE: Suspect arrested in connection to violent assault

According to a press release from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office, Dustin Brandon Taylor, 21, of Middle Sound Loop Road in Wilmington, is wanted for allegedly assaulting a male victim with a knife. (Source: BCSO) According to a press release from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office, Dustin Brandon Taylor, 21, of Middle Sound Loop Road in Wilmington, is wanted for allegedly assaulting a male victim with a knife. (Source: BCSO)
Taylor was booked into the Brunswick County Facility under a $30,000 bond. (Source: BCSO) Taylor was booked into the Brunswick County Facility under a $30,000 bond. (Source: BCSO)
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WECT) -

Law enforcement officials in Brunswick County have arrested a Wilmington man they say assaulted and tried to kill someone with a deadly weapon.

Dustin Brandon Taylor, 21, of Middle Sound Loop Road in Wilmington, was arrested for allegedly assaulting a male victim with a knife.

The incident happened on Leland School Road in Brunswick County around 5 p.m. on Tuesday.

Authorities say the victim suffered a cut to the arm and was transported to New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

Taylor was booked into the Brunswick County Facility under a $30,000 bond.

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