An investigation right into a stabbing in St. George resulted in legal costs towards three individuals in a drug bust, together with the lady who was allegedly attacked. (StanislauV, Shutterstock)
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ST. GEORGE — A stabbing investigation has resulted in legal costs towards three individuals, together with the lady who was allegedly assaulted.
On Monday about 12:30 a.m., St. George police responded to a report of a stabbing close to 200 East and 300 South. When police went into the condo the place the stabbing allegedly occurred, officers “might clearly scent the odor of burnt marijuana coming from contained in the residence. As (police) carried out the sweep, a pump motion shotgun was seen in plain view leaning towards the wall of the bed room,” based on charging paperwork.
Medical doctors at a neighborhood hospital informed police that Makenna Grace Morlee, 20, “had a puncture wound in her again which appeared to have punctured her lung,” the costs state, and that Lesly Jocelyn Mendoza, 20, was together with her. Nonetheless, “all events weren’t cooperative and wouldn’t reply questions.”
Police obtained a search warrant for the condo and located quite a few medicine, most of them “positioned in locked suitcases,” together with THC merchandise, cocaine, heroin, fentanyl tablets, oxycodone, amphetamine salt tablets, adderall, alprazolam, psychedelic mushrooms and psychedelic mushroom chocolate bars and ecstasy.
Each police and charging paperwork state that the investigation into the stabbing is ongoing and extra costs might be filed. Mendoza informed police she stabbed Morlee “accidentally,” the costs state.
“The sufferer is in severe situation within the hospital and at the moment present process emergency surgical procedure as a result of the of the seriousness of the damage,” based on the charging paperwork.
Morlee, of LaVerkin, and Mendoza, of St. George, have been every charged Monday in fifth District Court docket with drug possession with intent to distribute, 9 second-degree felonies and 5 third-degree felonies; two counts of possession of a firearm by a restricted particular person, a third-degree felony; illegal possession of a harmful weapon, a category A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a category B misdemeanor.
William David West, 22, of St. George, was charged with possession of a firearm by a restricted particular person, a third-degree felony; drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia, each class B misdemeanors.