Farber Man Charged With Five Felonies After Stabbing Two People

A Farber man is charged with five felony charges after being accused of stabbing two people with scissors on Tuesday this week. 44-year-old Daniel Green is charged with two counts of first-degree assault, two counts of armed criminal action and tampering with evidence in a felony prosecution.

Audrain County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a house on Linn Street in Farber just before midnight Tuesday and found two people with stab wounds.

An investigation found that two victims knocked on the door of a relative’s house in Farber. Green opened the door and attacked the victims with scissors according to a news release.

One victim was stabbed in the stomach, and the other victim was stabbed multiple times in the head and once in the back left shoulder according to court records.

Green was taken to the Audrain County Jail. He was denied bond during a hearing yesterday (Thursday) morning.

Another bond review hearing is set for Thursday, April 13, at 11 am.


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