Two men arrested after fight over women ends in stabbing
BENNINGTON, Vt. – Two men were arrested and face charges
after a fight over a woman escalated into a stabbing.
At 8 a.m.
on Sunday, Bennington Police Officers were dispatched to Sweets Mobile Home
Park on South Stream Road in Bennington, Vt. in response to an active assault
arrived, police found many people around the trailer, some injured and some
were witnesses. One man, identified as Donald Loveland II, 27, of
Bennington, Vt. was found to have a stab wound in his hand. Another male
was found inside the trailer, later identified as Christopher Prevost, 34,
showed signs of being assaulted. Both were transported to the
Southwestern Vermont Medical Center for further care and treatment.
victim was found, a 24-year-old female complained of a shoulder injury.
She was treated and released when it was determined she was uninjured, only
to police, this assault happened as one man is alleged to have gone to bed with
the female after a night of drinking alcohol, while she was still possibly
involved in a relationship with the other man.
began to fight each other and in the process of fighting, Prevost stabbed
Loveland in the hand. The knife was recovered.
Loveland and Prevost were treated at the medical center and released into the
care of Bennington Police.
consulting with the Bennington County State's Attorney Office, Loveland is
being charged with Felony offense of Unlawful Trespass, Burglary and Aggravated
Assault. He was released on Conditions and has an arraignment on March 18.
Prevost was charged with Aggravated Assault, with bail was set at
$50,000. He is being remanded to the Marble Valley Correctional Center in
lieu of bail with the same arraignment date.
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