CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - The victim of a stabbing at a Ladson convenience store on Christmas Day has surrendered himself to authorities, Charleston County deputies say.
Greg Brown faces charges of second-degree assault and malicious injury to real property, according to booking records.
He presented himself at the sheriff's office Thursday at 7 a.m., according to Maj. Eric Watson.
According to an incident report, deputies responded to the store at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Friday and learned the incident stemmed from an argument Colin Magliano and a woman started with Cynthia Rhodes about music blaring from Rhodes's vehicle. The argument was intense but later discontinued when the Rhodes briefly left the gas station, the report states.
Deputies say a short time later, she returned with Darnell Turner, who picked up Magliano and slammed him to the floor.
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Brown told deputies he saw the altercation and immediately pushed Turner away from Magliano.
The incident report states Magliano then stood up, pulled a knife from his pocket and stabbed Brown. Brown said one of the knife wounds came close to hitting his intestines.
Magliano, who is accused of stabbing victim Greg Brown, was charged with first degree assault and battery. Turner was charged with second-degree assault and battery and Rhodes faces a charge of third degree assault, the reports state.
On Tuesday afternoon, Watson said Brown would also be charged in the incident because he was seen on surveillance video stomping on Magliano while Magliano was being restrained.
A bond court judge set a personal recognizance bond for Brown, which meant Brown did not have to pay money to get out of jail.