Update: Man Charged After Stabbing in Scranton

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SCRANTON -- One man was taken to the hospital after a stabbing Monday night.

According to police, Quintin Kinchen, 31, of Scranton stabbed Antonio Hennix at St. Anthony's Haven, a homeless shelter, on Olive Street around 9:30 p.m.

Hennix was taken to the hospital to be treated. His condition has not been released.

Officers took Kinchen into custody. Police said he told them Hennix sold him a bad batch of spice, which is a synthetic drug.

Police charged Kinchen with aggravated assault, simple assault, and recklessly endangering another person.

4 comments

  • Jennifer

    I wish they’d stop saying these people are “from scranton”!!! 9x out of 10 they came from NY/NJ! we need to clean up the mess that has become scranton! side note: people that haven’t lived in the city should NOT be eligible for food stamps/section 8 unless theyve lived there for at least 5 years! these low lifes from ny are coming here b/c our system makes it easier for them to get benifits!!! then they bring their no-good, non-working friends and family to sell drugs!! #NeedsToStop!!!!

  • toomany

    I thought the men entering the shelter were searched? And please don’t let me hear about reasonable rights to privacy. I’m sure the guy who was stabbed expected a reasonable right to safety when trying to find a place to sleep for the night.

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