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Holiday teen stabs half-brother with scissors, deputies say

HOLIDAY — Pasco deputies said a teen used a pair of scissors to stab his half-brother in his shoulders and lower back after an argument late Tuesday.

A medical helicopter took the half-brother to Bayfront Medical Center with injuries that were not life-threatening, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies responded to the home at 3341 Atlantis Drive about 10:30 p.m.

They found Shirone Turner, 27, with several stab wounds and a collapsed lung.

Deputies say Turner and his 18-year-old half-brother, Stanley Jones Jr., were arguing before Jones grabbed the scissors. Both men live at the Atlantis Drive home.

They arrested Jones on a charge of domestic aggravated battery. He was booked into the Land O'Lakes jail Wednesday morning, jail records show.

Jones was also charged with introduction of contraband after deputies found a bag of marijuana in his pocket as he was being processed at the jail, according to sheriff's reports.

He remained Wednesday at the jail in lieu of $6,000 bail.

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Holiday teen stabs half-brother with scissors, deputies say 04/21/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 2:44pm]
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