Charges Filed in Camp Pendleton Stabbing

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    A Camp Pendleton Marine accused of stabbing a female Marine multiple times, has been charged, according to officials with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS.)

    According to NCIS, the charges were filed last Friday.

    Camp Pendleton has not released the name of the Marine charged in the crime or details about the charges.

    New Details Released in Marine Stabbing

    [DGO]New Details Released in Marine Stabbing
    The Pentagon has released new details in a stabbing that sent Camp Pendleton Marine Lance Cpl. Emily Hammonds to the hospital. Officials tell NBC 7 the attack was a domestic dispute and the attacker is currently in the brig. NBC 7’s Todd Strain has the latest.

    Lance Cpl. Emily Hammonds was stabbed at Camp Pendleton on Jan. 18. She was taken to Scripps Mercy Hospital, according to a Marine Corps public information official.

    Pentagon sources told NBC that a male Marine stabbed Hammonds during some kind of domestic dispute. The nature of their relationship is unclear.

    NCIS said the suspect was being held in Camp Pendleton’s brig.

    Check back for updates on this developing story.
     

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