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Stabbing victims charged in alleged fight over woman
Two men accused of stabbing each other last weekend over a woman have been charged in the incident, according to police.
Tayontre Eugene Hannah, 20, of 1045 Nugent Way, Windsor Township, and Dominic Alexander Mosley, 22, of 232 E. King St., Apt. 5, York City, are charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and harassment, according to charging documents filed Dec. 11.
Found blood: About 10:45 p.m. Dec. 10, officers were called to Mosley's apartment for a report of a stabbing. While there, they found a large amount of blood on the floor leading to the living room, where Hannah and Mosley were found lying on the floor.
Hannah's pants were soaked in blood, and he had a towel rolled up on his stomach, police said. Mosley was lying on his side, documents state.
Lt. Troy Bankert, who supervises the city's detective bureau, said one of the men was angry at the other because of texts he was sending to the woman.
The woman the two allegedly were fighting over told police she had been receiving texts from Mosley, saying he was coming home and if anyone else was there he was going to beat up both of them, police said.
She said Mosley came in through the back door and immediately went toward the bedroom. As he did, Hannah came out of a bathroom and struck Mosley with a red metal pipe, documents state.
The two fought, and Mosley pulled out a knife and began stabbing Hannah, according to police. Hannah wrestled the knife away from Mosley and stabbed Mosley, documents state.
The fight ended when the men went into the living room and collapsed from their injuries, according to police. The two were rushed to York Hospital.
Hannah and Mosley were arraigned on the charges at District Judge Ronald J. Haskell's office Dec. 12 and were remanded to York County Prison, according to online court records.
Hannah spent two days there before posting $10,000 bail Dec. 14, according to online court records. Mosley remains in prison in lieu of $40,000 bail.
— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at email@example.com or on Twitter at @YDDornblaser.