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Wood County stabbing lands one man in jail

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PERRYSBURG, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A man was taken to jail after police say he stabbed another man on Sunday morning.

The Wood County Sheriff's office received the initial 911 call at 5:46 AM Sunday.

Police say the stabbing happened in the 3500 block of Truman Rd.

Jeremy King, age 30, was taken to Bay Park Hospital with a stabbing wound in the upper right torso.

He has been released from the hospital.

31-year-old William Koperski was later arrested and charged with Felonious Assault.

Mr. Koperski is being held at the Wood County Justice Center.

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