Moore pleads not guilty in triple stabbing case

A Fostoria man facing three counts of felonious assault in connection to the early-February stabbing of three people in Tiffin pleaded not guilty Thursday in Seneca County Common Pleas Court.
Bobby C. Moore, 32, 1521 N. Countyline St., Lot 107, entered a plea of not guilty to each of the three second-degree felony charges in Seneca County Judge Steve C. Shuff’s courtroom Thursday. The charges stem from a triple stabbing reported Feb. 8 at 5 Miami St. in Tiffin.
According to Tiffin Police Department records, a caller reported at 12:56 a.m. Feb. 8 there were approximately eight people in a fight at the Miami Street residence.
Reports indicated someone could be heard in the background of the initial 911 call yelling, “he has a knife.”
According to a February press release from Tiffin Police Chief Fredrick W. Stevens, Tiffin police responded to the scene and located a single female victim, Brandi Brock, 22, with “at least one large laceration on her forearm.”
She was transported by ambulance to Tiffin Mercy Hospital and was later transferred to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo.
The second victim, Kenyaha Jackson, 24, was taken to the hospital for stab wounds sustained during the incident. Jackson was taken to Tiffin Mercy Hospital where he was treated for a wound to the upper back and he was also transferred to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center.
A third victim, Vyshawn Arnold, 23, was found with stab wounds on his thigh and upper back. He was also transported to Tiffin Mercy Hospital where he was treated.
According to the press release, officers located a large knife at the scene.
Also at the hearing, Shuff continued Moore’s previously established bond of $1 million, according to court records.



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