Four suspects in custody after stabbing in Brunswick County

SUSPECT: Charlie Franklin Guy COURTESY: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office
SUSPECT: Charlie Franklin Guy COURTESY: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office
SUSPECT: Billy Kenneth Lotman COURTESY: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office
SUSPECT: Billy Kenneth Lotman COURTESY: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office
SUSPECT: Samantha Kristine Hogan COURTESY: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office
SUSPECT: Samantha Kristine Hogan COURTESY: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office
SUSPECT: Timothy Patrick Canady COURTESY: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office
SUSPECT: Timothy Patrick Canady COURTESY: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WMBF) - Around 10:16 p.m. Friday evening, Deputies with the Brunswick County Sheriff's office received reports of a stabbing in the Supply area of Brunswick County.

Deputies reported to 2157 Linda K. TR SW and found two victims of an apparent stabbing. One victim was an unidentified juvenile, age 16, and the other 22-year-old Michael Donovan of Supply. Both victims were transported to the New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Their conditions are not known at this time.

A vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation approximately 2 hours after the stabbing occurred, and upon investigating, a Deputy Sheriff with the BCSO discovered the occupants of the vehicle were suspects in the stabbing.

The suspects were 30-year-old Charlie Franklin Guy, 22-year-old Billy Kenneth Lotman and 18-year-old Samantha Kristine Hogan. All three suspects were apprehended and transported to the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office.

At around 10:22 p.m., a Leland police officer arrested 19-year-old Timothy Patrick Canady on an unrelated warrant, and an investigation led to officers discovering that Canady was also a suspect in the stabbing.

All four suspects are in custody, with a bond of $150,000.

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