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Essex County Grand Jury Indicts Salem Man for Attempted Murder in Stabbing

Michael Marino, 27, of Salem, Massachusetts, was recently indicted by an Essex County Grand Jury in connection with the stabbing of another man outside of his apartment complex on April 1.

The Salem Police Department reports that Marino stabbed the victim at least seven times to his neck and side, puncturing his liver and diaphragm. The victim was reportedly in stable condition after undergoing surgery as a result of the attack. It is unclear what provoked the altercation at this time, but it is reported that the victim had a relationship with Marino’s mother in the past.

The Essex County Grand Jury returned indictments for the charges of Armed Assault with Intent to Murder, three counts of Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon Causing Serious Bodily Injury, and four counts of Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon.

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Click here to read more on the Attempted Murder in Salem, as reported by Karen A. Kapsourakis.