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WEBSTER CITY, Iowa – Police in Webster City say four people are now facing charges stemming from a September incident in which a man was stabbed several times.

According to a news release from the Webster City Police Department the charges are connected to an altercation that happened on September 20th in the 700 block of First Street. Police say 28-year-old Nicholas Walter Janvrin suffered multiple stab wounds to the torso in the incident and was dropped off at Van Diest Medical Center for treatment.

During an interview with police, Janvrin said he’d been involved in an altercation with an acquaintance outside his home when the stabbing happened. Webster City resident, 21-year-old Ty Christian Pippin, was identified as the acquaintance.

As a result of the investigation into the stabbing, charges have been filed against four people. Pippin is charged with attempted murder and Janvrin is charged with disorderly conduct.

An accessory after the fact charge has also been filed against 48-year-old Sherice Caudle and 27-year-old Shayler Caruth is charged with obstruction of prosecution.

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