Man hospitalized after stabbing

  • December 31, 2012

A Washington man was hospitalized Saturday after he was stabbed by another man at Lincoln Terrace.

Brandon Sarasnick of 690 Addison Ave., Apt. 1, was taken to Washington Hospital and then transferred to UPMC Presbyterian in Pittsburgh for treatment of a punctured lung. Further details of his condition were not available.

According to city police, Sarasnick said he went to a Washington bar to meet a girl when he ran into his alleged stabber, whom he knows as “Trey Pound.”

Sarasnick and the girl left the bar and went to her home in Lincoln Terrace, when “Pound” broke in and began a verbal altercation with him. The men then went outside, where they were seen by another complex resident as she went into her home.

The woman told police she was in her home only a short time when Sarasnick knocked on her door about 2:30 a.m. The woman said she noticed he was bleeding. She sought help from other neighbors, who drove Sarasnick to Washington Hospital.

No arrests have been made in the incident.


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