Suspect stabbed man, crashed car into pond – Colorado News

Suspect stabbed man, crashed car into pond – Colorado News

Four people were involved in a scuffle that ended with a stabbing, a shattered window and a crash into a pond near Laporte on Saturday morning.

Two men and two women were together at a residence in the 3200 block of Larimer County Road 54G in Laporte when a man called 911 to report a stabbing.

The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office said when deputies arrived at the residence about 4:45 a.m., a bloody man staggered from the residence to meet them.

The man, Adam Buehler, 42, reported that the suspect, Brian Dennehy, 32, and two women had been in a verbal altercation. Buehler asked them to leave his home, according to Dennehy’s arrest documents. Shortly after they left, however, Buehler heard a thump on the front door and found one of the women lying on the ground. Dennehy had reportedly screamed at her, punched her in the head and face, stomped on her stomach and threatened to kill her, arrest documents show. 

Dennehy reportedly turned on Buehler and stabbed him in the upper chest with a utility knife, according to the affidavit. As Dennehy was leaving, he reportedly launched a bicycle through one of the windows and fled in a car with the second woman.

The two made it barely more than a mile before crashing into a pond near the intersection of County Road 54G and North Taft Hill Road.

When sheriff’s deputies made contact with the pair at the lake, arrest documents say Dennehy spoke with slurred speech, had unsteady balance and was “extremely belligerent.” He consented to a blood test but refused to give a statement, according to his affidavit.

Buehler had non-life threatening lacerations, and both women were…

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