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Victim stabbed multiple times in Smyrna

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SMYRNA, TN (WSMV) -

Officials with the Rutherford County Sheriff's office said a man was treated Wednesday night for multiple stab wounds during an argument with a neighbor.

David Hart, 43, of Hearthstone Court was stabbed with a knife during an argument with a neighbor about 6:47 p.m. 

Hart was treated at StoneCrest Medical Center in Smyrna. Detectives located the neighbor and interviewed him. 

Afterward, investigators discussed the case with the district attorney's office, who indicated the case involved mutual combat, so no charges have been placed.

The case remains under investigation by sheriff's detectives.

Hart's family said he and the stabber have known each other since they were children.  The victim's mother, Darlene Hart, said her son was stabbed 10 times.

 

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