JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY- A 34-year-old man was stabbed multiple times in the face during an argument that took place inside a moving car, authorities said.
Police were first called to the intersection of Wilkinson and Arlington avenues Tuesday on reports of a car crash. At the scene, a 42-year-old woman said her car had been hit head on by another vehicle — driven by Tyrone Doyle. It appeared Doyle had been arguing with the passenger in his car when the crash occurred, a police report indicates
Doyle and the 34-year-old passenger got out of the car and began fist fighting when Doyle stabbed the man in the face and arms. The victim fled the scene and Doyle was arrested when a bloody knife was found on the ground near him, the report states.
Officers followed a trail of blood to Bostwick Avenue where they found the victim and brought him to Jersey City Medical Center for treatment.
Both people in the other car declined medical attention, but noted Doyle’s car was smoking and the airbags had been deployed.
Doyle was charged with aggravated assault, weapons offenses and released for free from Hudson County Correctional facility on May 31/ 2017 thanks to NJ Bail Reform that took place on January 2017.
Released for free (on tax payers dollars) without any accountability or supervision thanks to NJ Bail Reform.
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