Police: Penn Twp. man assaulted two men
- Police say a Penn Township man assaulted two men last week.
- Cory Weatherly, 26, allegedly stabbed one man and threw a knife at another man, police said.
- Weatherly remains in York County Prison in lieu of $20,000 bail.
A Penn Township man allegedly assaulted two men during an altercation last week, according to police.
Penn Township Police say Cory Michael Weatherly stabbed one man with a pocket knife and cut another man by throwing that pocket knife at him.
Weatherly, 26, of 736 Baltimore St., Apt. 1, remains in York County Prison on $20,000 bail, charged with two counts each of aggravated assault and simple assault.
Allegations: Brendon Bevans, who appeared "frantic," was found by police in the first block of Wirt Avenue shortly before midnight Sunday night, documents state. Bevans told police he had been stabbed by Weatherly at Weatherly's apartment.
Bevans also said his friend, Brandon Shearer, had been stabbed in the head by Weatherly, according to police.
Bevans told police he had a verbal altercation with Weatherly over stolen property and that altercation turned physical, documents state.
Weatherly took out a red pocket knife and stabbed Bevans in the left arm, police said.
After being stabbed, Bevans ran outside and Weatherly then injured Shearer, court documents state.
Shearer, who was at Hanover Hospital, told police that Weatherly threw an unknown object that hit him in the head, causing serious bleeding, documents allege. Shearer was not sure what it was but said he pulled the object from his head by a handle and threw it back onto the property, police said.
He said his friends drove him to the hospital.
Weatherly: Police went to Weatherly's residence about 1 a.m. Monday. Weatherly was on the porch when police approached, and "several areas" of blood, both on the sidewalk and in the grass of the front yard, could be seen, police said.
Weatherly was placed under arrest, and police say a red Snap-On knife with a 2.5-inch blade was found in his left pocket.
While in custody, Weatherly admitted to having a physical altercation with Bevans and Shearer and that he did have the knife with the blade exposed in his hand during the altercation, according to court documents.
Weatherly was arraigned on the charges last Monday. Senior District Judge Douglas F. Meisenhelter set bail at $20,000. Weatherly does not have an attorney listed.
His preliminary hearing is scheduled for 3:45 p.m. June 27 at District Judge James Miner's office.
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