BORDENTOWN, NJ -- The Bordentown Township Police announced an arrest on Tuesday in the stabbing of a Hamilton Township man at an area truck stop.
On Monday, June 15 at approximately 2:30 pm, Bordentown Township Police responded to a report of a stabbing at the Love’s Truck Stop located at 2008 Rt. 206 in Bordentown. At the scene, officer found the victim, Adam Schools, 39, of Yardville in the front parking lot suffering from a stab wound to his left abdomen.
A preliminary investigation alleges that the stabbing occurred during a physical altercation between the victim and subject over a parking dispute.
The suspect has been identified as William Brown,46, of Buena Vista St. in Pascagoula, MS. Brown has been charged with aggravated assault and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and committed to the Burlington County Jail. He will face a detention hearing in the near future in Superior Court in Mount Holly.
First responders attended to the Schools who was then transported by ambulance to Capital Health Regional Medical Center, Trauma Unit, in Trenton. The victim underwent emergency surgery and is currently listed in stable condition at that facility.
Anyone with information about this investigation is asked to call Bordentown Township Police Detective Pavlov at (609) 298-4300, ext. 2128.