NEGAUNEE, MI--   A stabbing incident in Negaunee has left two people injured. 

WLUC-TV reports it happened Sunday night on the 300 block of North Brown Avenue. Two men were apparently stabbed and a woman assaulted during an argument involving several people.

A couple of people were taken to UPHS-Marquette and treated for non-life-threatening injuries. One person has been arrested.

Police continue to investigate the incident.

No names have yet been released.

SAULT STE. MARIE, MI--    Police have identified a Sugar Island man who was stabbed by a 12-year-old boy for assaulting the boy’s mother. 

Edgardo Acevedo-Silva, 33, is charged with domestic violence, assault with a dangerous weapon, discharging a firearm in a building, and felony firearms. He’s accused of firing multiple rounds into the floor of a residence on Labor Day. Fearing for his mother’s life, a boy stabbed Silva four times. He and his mother ran from the house and Silva chased them with the gun.

SUGAR ISLAND, MI--   Chippewa County Sheriff’s deputies have a man in custody, following an incident of domestic violence that included the discharge of a firearm and a stabbing.

It happened Monday at midnight at a residence on Lake George Road on Sugar Island. Police say during a domestic assault the suspect fired multiple rounds into the floor. A 12-year-old boy, fearing for his mother’s life, stabbed the suspect in the back four times.

UPDATE:  Joshua Myers, 33, of Escanaba was arrested by officers from the Department of Public Safety. He's been arraigned on a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder. Myers remains lodged in the Escanaba County Jail on an $80,000 bond.


ESCANABA, MI--   Police in Escanaba are investigating a stabbing in the city Monday afternoon.

FLINT, MI (AP)--   Federal prosecutors have told a judge that a Tunisian-born man who stabbed a police officer at a Michigan airport subscribes to Osama Bin Laden's ideology and celebrated the 9/11 attacks.

The assertions were made in a court filing against 49-year-old Amor Ftouhi of Montreal, Quebec.

Prosecutors are opposing Ftouhi's federal defender's request for names, addresses and telephone numbers of witnesses in the case. They say that it would risk "future cooperation of witnesses" and impact "their willingness to testify."

FLINT, MI (AP)--   A Canadian man repeated the Arabic phrase "Allahu akbar" prior to being arraigned for a knife attack on a police officer at an international airport in Flint. 

The Flint Journal reports that Amor Ftouhi repeated "God is great" in Arabic several times Wednesday in federal court in Flint.

"Allahu akbar" also was yelled when Lt. Jeff Neville was stabbed June 21 at the airport, northwest of Detroit.

Ftouhi was indicted Wednesday on charges of committing an act of violence at an international airport and interfering with airport security.

FLINT, MI (AP)--   A Canadian man from Tunisia accused of wounding a Michigan airport police officer in a stabbing authorities are investigating as an act of terrorism remains in custody after appearing in federal court.

Amor Ftouhi is charged with committing violence at an airport following Wednesday's attack in Flint. He appeared in court hours later to hear the charge. A bond hearing is set for next Wednesday.

FLINT, MI (AP)--   A law enforcement official says the FBI is looking at terrorism as a possible motive in the stabbing of an officer at the Flint, Michigan, airport.

The official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the individual wasn't able to publicly discuss it says the investigation of the Wednesday morning assault at Bishop International Airport is in its early stages.

MARQUETTE, MI--   A Marquette man has been arrested in a stabbing incident. 

The Marquette Police Department says officers were called Thursday around 5 p.m. to the Warming Center on West Washington Street on a report of an assault.  They arrested Allen Scott Beauchamp, 51, for felonious assault and lodged him in the Marquette County Jail.

The victim was taken to UP Health System Marquette for minor injuries and was released.

Police say a pair of scissors was allegedly used in the assault.  

MUNISING, MI--   A Munising man won’t face charges in a stabbing incident last Sunday night.

WLUC-TV reports Mason Bernard, 19, got involved in a mutual fight with a 25-year-old man and found it necessary to defend himself.  The Alger County prosecutor says Bernard didn’t exceed his right to use self-defense.

The man who was stabbed was taken to UP Health System Marquette for treatment and released a few days later.