Deputies: Dunedin Man Stabs Elderly Person Multiple Times
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office deputies report that when the knife blade broke from the handle, Michael Patrick Hennagir, 20, went into the kitchen for more knives.
A Dunedin man went back for more knives after the blade broke during a stabbing attack on an elderly person March 6, according to Pinellas County arrest records.
Michael Patrick Hennagir, 20, was reportedly in an argument with an elderly person he lived with inside a Dunedin home when he charged them with a knife around 8 p.m.
Arrest records indicate that Hennagir tried to stab the victim multiple times, but when the knife blade broke from the handle, he went into the kitchen for two more knives and attacked the victim again.
The victim was stabbed several times in the arm, neck and chest, but was able to push Hennagir into the garage and lock him out, according to arrest records.
Hennagir is charged with felony aggravated domestic battery on an elderly person. He is being held at Pinellas County Jail without bond.
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