Port Stabbing Victim Charged With Assault

The man who was stabbed during an incident near Sheetz in Port Allegany, and another man, are now facing charges.

25-year-old Kyle Bonneau of Roulette is charged with aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person and related offenses in connection to the September 21 incident that left him with several stab wounds that required surgery.

Court papers say he and 36-year-old Antwan Cunningham of Coudersport got into a fight and while Cunningham was stabbing Bonneau, Bonneau punched Cunningham in the face until he was unconscious. He had cuts on his cheek, lip and wrist, a black eye and at least two missing teeth.

26-year-old Christopher Taylor of Port Allegany, who was with Bonneau, is charged with aggravated assault as well. 18-year-old Triston Duell of Coudersport, who was with Cunningham, is also charged with aggravated assault.

Cunningham is in McKean County Jail on $75,000 bail. Bonneau is free on $75,000 bail. Taylor and Duell are each free on $20,000 bail. All four are scheduled to appear in Central Court later this month.

The news leader of the Twin Tiers ... since 1947


Popular posts from this blog

Indie Film Series Starts Sept. 18

Casey Statement on VAWA Passage

Cuomo Signs New Gun Laws