LPD: Stepdad stabbed during family dispute

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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Monday afternoon, around 1:30, officers with the Lincoln Police Department (LPD) arrived at a home near Capitol Pkwy and ‘G’ Street for a family dispute.

They arrived to find a 35-year-old man outside the home who claimed his stepson stabbed him.

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The stepson, 16, tried to flee but was arrested just outside the home’s garage.

This all began when an argument unfolded between the 16-year-old and his mother. The teen reportedly became aggressive and attempted to assault her. The victim, trying to protect his wife, intervened.

Struggling with his step-father, at one point the teen grabbed a hammer but was disarmed. He then got a chef’s knife from the kitchen and began stabbing his step-father.

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The victim was treated at a local hospital for several puncture wounds and cuts across his torso and arms.

The 16-year-old was referred for 2nd Degree Assault before being turned over to the Youth Detention Center.

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