Warren Police find blood-splattered apartment, father and son charged
Police have charged a father and son after finding a blood-splattered apartment in Warren.
Officers were called to the Avon Oaks Apartments on Southern Blvd. SW late Thursday to investigate a reported stabbing.
There they found 65-year-old Jeffrey Daniel whose face and hands were covered in blood.
Police also found blood splattered in the apartment’s stairway, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, hall, and dining area.
Broken glass was strewn throughout the apartment, the television was smashed, and items were strewn throughout the apartment.
When asked who was responsible for the damage, Daniel blamed his 31-year-old son Ishmael Daniel, who police found outside the apartment, bleeding from a severe laceration on his face and neck.
The father told police that the two got into an argument after he told his son to leave the apartment if he didn’t like the rules of the house.
The elder Daniel claims his son came at him with a kitchen knife, striking him in the head with a fire extinguisher and a chair.
In addition to the kitchen knife, police found two pocket knives at the apartment.
Both men were taken to the hospital for treatment, and both were charged with felonious assault.
Ishmael Daniel pleaded not guilty during a video arraignment in Warren Municipal Court. His father has yet to be arraigned.