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Pair arrested in stabbing arraigned, facing 12 charges each

DOWAGIAC, Mich. -- Two people accused of a stabbing a man on September 8th in Dowagiac have been arraigned on twelve charges each, according to Dowagiac Police.

The suspects have been identified as Joshua Warren Procter and Autumn Marie Parsons.

On Friday, September 8, police were called to Borgess Lee Memorial Hospital after a man showed up with stab wounds.

Police developed two suspects and Procter and Parsons were arrested on September 11.

Procter is facing the following charges:

  • Conspiracy to assault with intent to murder
  • Assault with intent to commit murder
  • Conspiracy to commit assault with intent to rob while armed
  • Assault with intent to rob while armed
  • Conspiracy to commit assault with intent to rob while unarmed
  • Assault with intent to rob while unarmed
  • Conspiracy to commit assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder
  • Assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder
  • Conspiracy to commit assault with a dangerous weapon
  • Assault with a dangerous weapon
  • Conspiracy lying to a peace officer
  • Lying to a peace officer

Parsons is facing the following charges

  • Conspiracy to assault with intent to murder
  • Assault with intent to commit murder
  • Conspiracy to commit assault with intent to rob while armed
  • Assault with intent to rob while armed
  • Conspiracy to commit assault with intent to rob while unarmed
  • Assault with intent to rob while unarmed
  • Conspiracy to commit assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder
  • Assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder
  • Conspiracy to commit assault with a dangerous weapon
  • Assault with a dangerous weapon
  • Conspiracy lying to a peace officer
  • Lying to a peace officer

Procter was charged as a habitual offender, fourth offense notice. He is being held at the Cass County Jail on a $250,000 cash or surety bond.

Parsons is being held on a $100,000 cash or surety bond.

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