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Camden, NY- Brian Marshall Arrested For Stabbing 5 People at Good Life Tavern Bar

camden ny brian marshall arrested for stabbing 5 people at good life tavern bar
Published: August 23, 2021
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on August 23, 2021

Brian Marshall Was Arrested After Five People Were Stabbed at Main Street Bar

According to WKTV News, a stabbing occurred on August 16, 2021, around 4:00 PM at the Good Life Tavern bar.

The Oneida County Sheriff's representatives shared that Brian Marshall, age 33, stabbed five victims with a sharp object at the bar. The events leading up to the stabbing are unknown, but police officials stated they needed a taser to control Marshall when they arrived on the scene. 

All five victims were immediately taken to nearby hospitals. The victims suffered from injuries but are expected to survive. 

After police deployed a taser on Marshall, they arrested the suspect and charged him with five counts of assault. Marshall is currently being held at the Oneida County jail. 

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