VERSAILLES, Mo. (KMIZ)
A Gravois Mills man is facing criminal charges after he allegedly stabbed a Versailles man on Wednesday.
A Morgan County prosecutor has charged Robert Dennick, 62, with first-degree assault and armed criminal action.
On Wednesday afternoon, Versailles police responded to a fight involving a knife on the 300 block of South Oak St.
Witnesses told police that Dennick was at the residence to help replace the serpentine belt on a minivan.
According to a probable cause statement, Dennick and the victim got into a fight when Dennick allegedly stabbed the victim in the side.
Dennick then left the scene of the fight in a Honda, according to the probable cause statement. Morgan County Sheriff’s deputies located the vehicle at Dennick’s residence in Gravois Mills.
Dennick is in the Morgan County Jail being held on a one million dollar bond. A defense attorney is currently not listed for Dennick according to online court records.
Dennick will be arraigned on May 2.