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Stabbing suspect's bond set at $1M

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John Garcia Jr. (Photo Source: Toledo Police Department) John Garcia Jr. (Photo Source: Toledo Police Department)
TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

The man accused of a deadly stabbing in east Toledo last week appeared in court Thursday morning.

John Garcia Jr. surrendered to police Wednesday afternoon.

Detectives say he killed Christopher Ogden, 40, and injured Brenda Watts, 36, in a stabbing attack in the 2000 block of Woodford Street. He is charged with murder and felonious assault.

On Thursday, bond was set $1 million cash.

Garcia will be back in court April 4 for a preliminary hearing.

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