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Police: Two injured after Centre Co. stabbing

By: Sarah Rebb

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Police said they were dispatched to 220 East Foster Ave. in State College, Centre County for a victim injured in a stabbing around 2:41 a.m. Saturday.

Police said they found two 22-year-old men who sustained injuries from a knife or other weapon with an edge.

Police said one man had a stab wound and the other man had an incision to his face.

Police said both of the men were students but not from Penn State who were visiting for the weekend.

Police said the two men went to the residence to visit a friend. They encountered by Brandon Frick, 21, William Stranburg, 21, and Robert Donaldson, 22, on the third floor and were told to leave.

One of the victims attempted to call the girl they were visiting when the three men ran out of the residence, each armed with what the victims reported were knives.

As the victims attempted to flee the three men stabbed and slashed at the victims.

Police said the first victim sustained a stab wound to the middle of his back. He was taken to the Mount Nittany Medical Center and was then flown to the UPMC Altoona.

Police said the second victim suffered from a small incision to the area around his right shoulder blade and also had an contusion to his left eye. He was taken to the Mount Nittany Medical Center and received treatment for his injuries.

Both victims were treated and released from the hospital.

Frick was charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threats and other charges.

Stranburg was charged with terroristic threats with the intent to terrorize another and other charges.

Donaldson was charged with recklessly endangering another person and other charges.

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Edgar Snyder

Washington Times