Thursday, September 12, 2013

Stabbing Suspect Captured
Police say the man accused of robbing and stabbing a 64-year-old Kingsport woman over gas money has been arrested in Kentucky. 38-year-old Michael D. Ford, the second, was arrested at a gas station without incident according to Kentucky State Police. Ford is facing charges of robbery and attempted murder. Police say he entered the home of Carolyn Morris and asked her for gas money. When he didnít receive what he thought was enough money, he became enraged. She attempted to escape but he blocked her door and then stabbed her multiple times. Ford is held in the Whitley County Kentucky Detention Center awaiting extradition back to Kingsport to face the charges. (CC)

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