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NORTH COLLEGE HILL, Ohio (AP) — Police in Ohio say a man accused of stabbing his 6-year-old son in the chest with a large kitchen knife has been arrested on charges including felonious assault.
North College Hill police say Herb Price allegedly stabbed his son Saturday night at an apartment in the Cincinnati suburb. Police said the boy was seriously injured but was expected to recover.
Hamilton County Municipal Court records show the North College Hill man was arrested Sunday on charges of felonious assault, domestic violence and endangering children. Price’s attorney, Rhett Baker, declined to comment Monday.
In court Monday, Price agreed to sign a protection order and stay away from his son, WKRC reported.
The judge set bond at $150,000.
Police did not provide a potential motive.