Man charged in Washington Township stabbing

September 16, 2010|By JENNIFER FITCH
  • Ronnie Arnette Baker
Submitted photo,

ROUZERVILLE, Pa. -- Washington Township, Pa., police say a man charged with aggravated assault after a Wednesday stabbing is now in custody.

Police said in an e-mail at 2:45 p.m. Thursday that Ronnie Arnette Baker, 35, was in custody.

Police were looking for Baker and obtained a warrant for his arrest. They allege he stabbed and slashed an acquaintance while in a moving vehicle on Pa. 16 Wednesday.

The victim sustained non-life threatening injuries to his face, chest, arm and hand, police said.

Police said Baker is also known as Corey Letrey Legall and Terance Portier Legall. Although his last known address was in Reddick, Fla., police said he's been known to live in apartments in the Chambersburg, Pa., and Aspers, Pa., areas.

Baker is believed to have been working in the region as a produce harvester, picking apples, police said.

He got out of the vehicle near AC&T on Pa. 16 at about 1 p.m. Wednesday, police said.

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