Four people were stabbed during a “heated domestic dispute” about 11:35 a.m. Thursday, according to the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office.
Moki Elsasser, 33, and 45-year-old Brian Tober were arguing at their east Bibb County home when Tober went to his bedroom, returned with a hunting knife and stabbed Elsasser multiple times, according to a news release.
Johnny Gibbs, 24, of Warner Robins was visiting the home at 5661 Ocmulgee East Boulevard, Lot C, at the time and tried to intervene. He also was stabbed multiple times.
Margie Wren, who is Elsasser’s mother and Gibbs’ grandmother, also tried to stop the fight and was cut, as was Tober, who is her boyfriend, according to the sheriff’s office.
Tober drove the 62-year-old Wren to the hospital. Elsasser and Gibbs were taken to a hospital by ambulance. All four are listed in stable condition.
Tober will be charged with three counts of family violence-related aggravated assault when he is released from the hospital, according to the sheriff’s office.