Bond Set In Stabbing Case

A Lacrosse man is being held in the county jail on a $25 thousand cash bond for his role in the stabbing of a bartender at John's Bar back on December 21st. 32 year old Anquin St. Junious, who appeared in court in a wheelchair, is accused of stabbing a 24 year old man in the lower abdomen while trying to push his way back into John’s Bar after the bartender removed him during a fight. St. Junious, of 930 Copeland Ave., faces charges of recklessly endangerment while armed.

He told police a group of men attacked him and he used a knife he found on the ground for self-defense, according to reports. He denied stabbing anyone.  But one witness said St. Junious removed a knife from his pocket just before the stabbing.  Officers found St. Junious on the sidewalk bleeding from the face and a folding knife near his hand.

His sister 35 year old Kimberly St. Junious is facing a disorderly conduct charge.

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