UNION — An incident Tuesday evening left one Union man charged with attempted murder.
Charles Nathan Crosby, 35, of 111 Lybrand St., Union, was charged with attempted murder around 4:45 p.m. Dec. 3.
According to the incident report, a Union Public Safety officer was on patrol around the 200 block of West Henrietta Street around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday when a man motioned for the officer to pull over. The man then pulled up his shirt and jacket to show the officer he had been stabbed in the chest. When the officer asked the man who stabbed him, the man pointed to Crosby, who was standing about 20 feet away with the knife still in his hand.
The report states the officer ordered Crosby to put the silver pocket knife down, and he threw it down, turned around, and put his hands behind his back. It further states Crosby was intoxicated at the time.
Union County EMS transported the victim to Spartanburg Regional Medical Center for treatment. Crosby was transported to Union County Jail.
The arrest warrant states, “Charles Nathan Crosby did commit the crime of attempted murder in that Charles Nathan Crosby did attempt to kill (the victim) with malice aforethought by stabbing (the victim) in the chest during an argument in the 200 block of West Henrietta Street in the City of Union.”
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrest:
— Jazmine Lapharene Wallace, 22, of 1111 Lakeside Drive, Union, was charged with disorderly conduct around 6:55 a.m. Dec. 3.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incident:
— Officers responded to a domestic dispute at Fairview Diner, located at South Duncan Bypass, Union, on Dec. 3. A woman stated that her child’s father broke out the passenger side window of her car. The damage was estimated at $500.