Hartland man admits to stabbing incident - Livingston Daily

A 22-year-old Hartland Township man accused of stabbing a man in downtown Brighton faces sentencing after entering a plea to the charge. Police said Janssen stabbed a man “at least five times” with a standard pocket knife that had a 3-inch blade and cut another man who tried to stop him. 2 when four people in a Chevrolet Avalanche tried to find a vehicle for one of the four in the group. At some point, Janssen became agitated with the driver of the vehicle and his girlfriend, and he stabbed the driver — a 27-year-old Stockbridge man — in the right side, police said. Janssen also stabbed or cut a second victim, identified as a 22-year-old Pinckney man, in the armpit when he tried to disarm Janssen. At the time, Brighton Police Chief Tom Wightman said the suspect, victims and the girlfriend had been drinking alcohol at The Pound. At one point, Wightman said, one of the victims fought back, punching the suspect in the face. The police chief said officers found the suspect lying in a parking lot at Washington and Hyne roads after having been “pushed” out of the car by the other occupants, who then notified overnight security officers with the Brighton Fine Art and... Source: www.livingstondaily.com