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Man arrested and charged after reported North Charleston stabbing

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Tuesday morning, just around 11:00a.m., Charleston County Deputies responded to 4361 Leslie Street North Charleston, for a report of a possible stabbing.

Deputies met with the caller who informed them he was stabbed by his child's mother as he was walking down Leslie Street. Thomas had cuts on his fingers.

When meeting with the female, deputies were told that the subject, Ramon O. Thomas exchanged words with her while she was outside of her home, and while she was at her doorway, Thomas grabbed her from behind and struck her head against the door then forced his way inside.

Police say Thomas assaulted the victim several more times while inside. The victim was able to grab a knife from the kitchen and chase Thomas out of the home, in the process it appears that Thomas grabbed the knife and sustained the cuts to his fingers.

Once outside, Thomas ran around to the back of the victim's house and attempted to get back inside, through the back door. Unable to do so, Thomas threw a part of a brick through the back window, breaking it, and nearly hitting the victim and his one year old child, who was inside. 

Thomas was determined to be the primary aggressor and was arrested on charges of Criminal Domestic Violence of a High and Aggravated Nature, Second Degree Burglary, and Unlawful Conduct Towards a Child. After treatment for his wounds and medical clearance, Thomas was booked into the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center pending a Bond Hearing scheduled for Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.

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