Suspects charged in deadly stabbing that killed father of 3 at Golden Corral held on $1 million bond each

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SANDUSKY, Ohio (WJW) – Demetrius Hall, 28, and Tausha Patch, 33 are in the Erie County jail on charges connected to the killing of a Golden Corral employee. Both Hall and Patch appeared in court via video Tuesday. Police say they are both responsible for the death of 32-year-old Cevin Stanley.
Stanley was working at the Golden Corral on Milan Rd. in Sandusky Sunday around 9 p.m. when police say Hall, who was a customer, stabbed him outside the restaurant. Witnesses said the two had exchanged words inside the restaurant moments prior. Stanley died at the scene. Hall faces a murder charge. Patch faces a charge of complicity to murder. In court Tuesday, the judge set bond at $1 million for each of the suspects. Friends said Stanley was the father of three young children. The restaurant, which was closed Monday, reopened Tuesday.
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