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Latrobe man charged in stabbing, slashing of Derry man

| Friday, June 15, 2012, 12:57 p.m.

A Latrobe man is accused of attempted homicide after state police say he stabbed and slashed a Derry man several times and stabbed two other men who tried to intervene early Saturday during a fight at a Derry Township party.

Greg M. Kutch, 19, is charged with attempted homicide in connection with the assault on Charles H. Haase, 20, of Derry and aggravated assault in the incident, which police said occurred between midnight and 12:15 a.m. at a house on Strawcutter Road.

Two Derry men were stabbed and slashed as they attempted to stop the assault, state police at Greensburg said.

Police did not release information on the conditions of the three victims or whether they were hospitalized.

Kutch was arraigned before District Justice Joseph DeMarchis, who set bond at $100,000, according to the Web site of the Westmoreland County Prison.

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