York City man accused in park stabbing
A York City man stabbed his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend while at Bantz Park over the weekend, according to officials.
York City Police say Christopher Shane Horseman was fighting at the park when he stabbed the man Sunday, April 15.
Horseman would later turn himself in and claim the stabbing was in self-defense, officials said.
Horseman, 29, of the 700 block of West Clarke Avenue, is charged with aggravated assault.
Alleged stabbing: Officers responded to Bantz Park at 1:15 p.m. for a reported stabbing.
Witnesses told police that Horseman and the man were having a fist fight in the park when Horseman stabbed them, court documents state.
The victim told police he was at the park to fist fight his ex-girlfriend's current boyfriend, Horseman, and that during the fight Horseman used a small pocket knife and stabbed him, officials said.
Police say Horseman then fled the scene in a white Ford SUV. The victim had three slash wounds to his upper torso when police spoke to him, charging documents indicate.
Horseman turned himself in a few hours later and he admitted to the stabbing but said it was in self-defense, police said.
Horseman was taken to the county's central booking unit, where he was arraigned on the charges. He remains in York County Prison in lieu of $50,000 bail.
He does not have an attorney listed.
His preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 25 at District Judge Joel Toluba's office.
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