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Thursday, 23 May 2013 14:20

Two carnival workers involved in fight

TROY, Mo. (AP) - One carnival worker is badly injured and another in jail following an altercation in eastern Missouri.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 25-year-old Clint Carelse of South Africa allegedly got into a fight with the victim late Tuesday at the Troy Fairgrounds in Lincoln County. The 22-year-old victim, also from South Africa was stabbed in the abdomen. He is hospitalized in serious but stable condition.

The two men work for the Southeast Amusement Carnival Co. of Farmland, Ind. Police say they were in Missouri working at a fair in St. Charles County.

Carelse is charged with assault and armed criminal action and jailed on $75,000 cash-only bond.

 

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Tuesday, 09 April 2013 11:55

UPDATE: Troy, MO standoff ends peacefully

The standoff that started earlier today in Troy, Missouri, has come to a peaceful resolution.

A woman locked herself in a home after allegedly stabbing a man around 4 AM. Officers tried to talk the woman out of her house and KSDK reports that she was taken into custody around 10:30.

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