Fostorian facing two attempted murder charges

A Fostoria man, arrested over the weekend in connection with the stabbing of three people in Tiffin, was arraigned Monday in Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court.
Bobby C. Moore, 32, of 1521 N. Countyline St., Lot 107, is being charged with two counts of attempted murder, an unclassified felony; one count of assault, a first-degree misdemeanor; and one count of felonious assault, a second-degree felony. He is being held on a $2.55 million bond, according to court records.
A second suspect, Cory A. Cook, 25, Tiffin, faces one count of assault, a first-degree misdemeanor. His bond was set at $50,000, according to court records. Cook entered a plea of not guilty.
According to Tiffin police, a caller reported a fight involving about eight people on Miami Street at 12:56 a.m. Saturday. Someone could be heard in the background of the initial 911 call yelling, “He has a knife.”
According to Tiffin Police Chief Fredrick W. Stevens, police responded to the scene and found a female victim, Brandi Brock, 22, with “at least one large laceration on her forearm.”
She was taken by ambulance to Tiffin Mercy Hospital and later transferred to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo.
A second victim, Kenyaha Jackson, 24, was taken to Tiffin Mercy Hospital, where he was treated for a wound to the upper back and also transferred to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center.
Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center reported Monday evening that neither Brock nor Jackson were listed as patients.
A third victim, Vyshawn Arnold, 23, was found with stab wounds on his thigh and upper back. He was taken to Tiffin Mercy Hospital, where he was treated.
Police located a large knife at the scene, Stevens reported.
Police said Moore was arrested at 1 Miami St. after attempting to flee out the back door of the apartment. Cook was arrested for allegedly punching a person who was attempting to aid the victims during the attack, police said.
Moore is set to appear for a preliminary hearing at 4 p.m. Friday. Cook’s case, according to court records, is set to go to trial within 90 days.

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