Sunday, April 23, 2006

A Wedding Cake Worth Dying For...

RAYMOND, Ohio -- A man who was growing impatient about the cake-cutting at a wedding reception allegedly stabbed the bride's father and brother Saturday afternoon.

Eric D. Adams, the bride's stepfather, was taken into custody without incident after the stabbing at the Liberty Township Community Center, according to the Union County Sheriff's Office. The victims were in serious but stable condition at The Ohio State University Medical Center.

"It was beautiful until something happened in the parking lot, and my dad and my brother got stabbed four or five times each," said Lisa Siders, a relative.

"I came running out and saw my dad, and blood was dripping everywhere," said Jessica Diamond.

After the stabbing, investigators said, Adams, 36, of Plain City, allegedly rammed his car to get out of the community center's parking lot. He drove through grass and away from the reception.

A sheriff's deputy at the scene saw the car leave the community center and stopped Adams, investigators said. Adams' wife, who is the bride's mother, and an 8-year-old granddaughter were also in the car, Tate reported.


Blogger Jena said...

NO WAY!!!!!! You couldn't make that up if you tried!

11:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your comments on the whole stabbing incident is false. The victim was Eric Adams, who was attacked by the father of the bride and her brother while he was in his car tring to leave the reception hall. They both came from behind and starting hitting the victim in the head while he was sitting in the driver's seat. After the victim left the area, the brides father went after the victims brother-in-law and the grandfather to the bride.
The sheriff was about a mile down the road going to the reception hall, he would have never seen the victim leave the reception hall.
Get your facts straight before you have them posted on your web site.

6:17 PM  

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