Man facing charges after cutting victim with knife during argument in York
YORK COUNTY, Pa.– A York man was arrested after allegedly stabbing a man during an argument.
On July 13 around 8:00 p.m., police responded to the 300 block of East College Avenue in York for a reported stabbing.
Upon arrival, police spoke with the victim who said that he had been drinking with Kervin Cruz-Medina.
He said that an argument began over a car he had sold Cruz-Medina, and that argument turned physical.
At some point, Cruz-Medina allegedly pulled a knife and cut the victim in the forehead and the hand.
The victim was taken to Memorial Hospital for treatment of the injuries, and Cruz-Medina was arrested a short time later.