Jacksonville, FL (March 8, 2019) – Police say that 48-year-old David Hunt was arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon and inflicting serious injury in another person. Hunt, of Red Springs, is accused of the assault on a man from Rowland while they were in Jacksonville.

Hunt has been accused of assaulting the man with a knife and causing serious injury, according to warrants. Police investigated and the investigation led to the arrest of David Hunt. Police are not sure what the two men were doing in Jacksonville.

Hunt was placed under a $50,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court.

Police are not sure of the circumstances leading up to the stabbing. Hunt has also been convicted of misdemeanor resisting a public officer.

At this time, police continue their investigation into the incident.

Jacksonville Assault with a Deadly Weapon Laws

Jacksonville, FL – Man Accused of Stabbing Another Man Charged with AssaultUnder Florida law, a deadly weapon is considered to be anything that can cause great bodily harm to another person, such as a gun or a knife. If you have been charged with a violent crime, especially a crime involving weapons, it is imperative to speak with an attorney as soon as possible about your rights. Assault is a serious crime that prosecutors will charge to the furthest extent possible, but it becomes much more serious when it involves a deadly weapon and real harm. You could be facing time in prison and many other consequences, which is why you are urged to get started on your case as soon as possible.

When you have been charged with a violent crime in Florida, it is imperative to seek the best possible representation during this difficult time, as you want to ensure that your rights are being adequately protected. There are two sides to any story, especially when two people are engaged in an argument or fight with one another that leads to violence. At Musca Law, our experienced attorneys are here in your time of need. Let us help you obtain the best case results in your time of need. Please contact us for more information at (888) 484-5057.