CAIRO — A Greene County man was charged with second-degree attempted murder Thursday after allegedly stabbing another man, according to state police.
Ebral Woullard, 25, of Cairo, was arrested late Thursday afternoon in Cairo and charged with second-degree attempted murder, a class A felony, after allegedly stabbing an Orange County man.
Troopers responded to Grove Street for a report of a stabbing, according to state police.
When troopers arrived at the scene, an officer from the Cairo Police Department had Woullard in custody, according to state police.
Woullard is accused of stabbing Luis Francisco Paqui Guaman, 25, of Middletown, according to police.
Cairo Ambulance and Greene County Paramedics took Guaman to Columbia Memorial Hospital where he was treated for a stab wound to his upper shoulder and neck area.
Guaman was treated and released, according to police.
Woullard was also charged with resisting arrest, a class A misdemeanor, and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a class D felony, according to state police.
Woullard was arraigned by Judge Lee Miller in Cairo Town Court and turned over to the custody of the Greene County Sheriff’s Office.