Man stabbed outside school

Published 12:00 am Saturday, April 21, 2007

LINDEN &8212; A Linden man was left bleeding from multiple stab wounds in the arms of his wife and another Linden man, Kim McCrovey behind bars Friday morning.

Donald Miller Jr., 31 of Linden was talking with his wife, who is an employee of the Linden Elementary School outside of school near the front sidewalk when he was stabbed multiple times, Linden Police Chief Jeff Laduron said.

Miller was transported to Bryan Whitfield Hospital and later flown by helicopter to DCH in Tuscaloosa for further care. Laduron said Miller was in stable condition.

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Police apprehended McCrovey, 36, of 412 MLK Drive on street he resides on following the report of the attack.

McCrovey is being held at the Marengo County Detention Center in Linden and is charged with felony first-degree assault. This is a class B felony that holds a sentence of 2-20 years of incarceration.

Laduron said the dispute between the victim and McCrovey is allegedly regarding car vandalism. He said the details about the motive for the incident are still unclear and there will be further investigation in the case.

Bond was not set for McCrovey at press time.