UPDATE: Marietta Teen Sentenced for Stabbing

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UPDATE: 8/11/2011 11:36 AM

A Marietta teen will spend the next 5 years behind bars for stabbing a man.

Christopher Maas was sentenced in a Washington County Courtroom Wednesday.

Maas plead guilty to felonious assault and tampering with evidence following a stabbing in Marietta.

Washington County Prosecutor Ray Dugger says back in March an argument between Roger D. Miller of Marietta and Maas resulted in the 17-year-old stabbing miller in the chest and abdomen.

Maas, who was said to be intoxicated at the time of the incident, was tried as an adult.

UPDATE: 3/31 6:15PM

A Washington County Grand Jury has indicted a teen accused of stabbing a man in the chest and stomach.

Thursday, they indicted 17-year old Christopher Maas for attempted murder, two counts of felonious assault and tampering with evidence.

Police arrested Maas earlier this month after officials say he stabbed 36-year old Roger Miller, Jr. at a Marietta home.

Maas will now be tried as an adult.

In the mean time, he'll remain at the Multi-County Juvenile Detention Facility.

Miller is recovering at home.

UPDATE: 3/17/11 5:45PM

A Marietta stabbing victim has been released from the hospital with a long road to recovery ahead of him.

On March 6, 17-year old Christopher Maas was taken into custody after allegedly stabbing 36-year old Roger Miller, Jr. in the chest and abdomen.

Miller has been in a Columbus hospital ever since, but tonight he's recovering at home.

Assistant Prosecutor Ray Dugger says, Wednesday, he filed a motion to amend the original complaint of a felonious assault to attempted murder, which would send the case to common pleas court, where Maas would be tried as an adult.

A probable cause hearing is set for March 25.

If probable cause is found, Dugger will present the case to a grand jury.

Maas remains at the Multi-county Juvenile Detention Facility.

UPDATE: 3/8/11 11:05 a.m.

A Marietta man remains in serious condition and the 17-year-old boy accused of stabbing him could be tried as an adult.

Assistant Washington County prosecutor Ray Dugger told WTAP Christopher Maas is facing a felonious assault charge which is a second degree felony if committed by an adult for allegedly stabbing Roger Miller Jr. on Sunday.

Dugger said his office is working to get all the evidence together before deciding whether to try Maas as an adult.

Maas is being held in the Multi County Juvenile Detention Center until his court date.
UPDATE: 3/07/11 4:45PM

According to a nursing supervisor at Grant Medical Center, Miller is in serious condition.
A Washington County man is in critical condition after allegedly being stabbed by a 17-year-old boy.

According to Marietta Police, officers were dispatched to a home on Second Street early Sunday morning and found 36-year-old Roger D. Miller Jr., on the kitchen floor with stab wounds to his chest and stomach.

Miller's fiancée, Shirley Hall, told police the wounds were a result of a fight with an intoxicated 17-year-old.

Miller was taken to Marietta Memorial Hospital with life threatening injuries and then tranfered to Grant Medical Center in Columbus where he's in critical condition.

The juvenile was charged with felonious assault and is being held in the Multi County Juvenile Detention Center where he's awaiting his court date.

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