Warsaw man accused of stabbing another man in a boarding house

(Photo supplied/Warsaw Police Department)

Police in Warsaw have arrested a man after he reportedly stabbed and sliced up another man at a boarding house.

Randel Manley, 51, is accused of cutting another Warsaw man in his stomach and neck at a boarding house on the 200 block of W. Jefferson St., according to the Warsaw Police Department.

Witnesses say that both Manley and the victim were intoxicated and were arguing over cigarettes. Manley then slashed the other man with a “box cutter-type knife.”

The victim was bleeding profusely when police arrived. He was flown to Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne in critical condition.

Manley is in custody at Kosciusko County Jail on no bond. He’s initially charged with aggravated battery involving a deadly weapon.

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