ELYRIA — An Elyria man accused of stabbing Bradley Fussi Sr. 14 times on New Year’s Eve has been indicted on attempted murder and felonious assault charges.
Roy Evans Jr., 34, is accused of stabbing Fussi during a party at Fussi’s West River Road North home. A witness said the stabbing took place as Fussi was escorting Christopher Robinette out of the house, and a group of Robinette’s friends arrived and a fight broke out.
After the stabbing, Evans, Robinette and others they were with fled the scene.
The two men, along with Amanda Kelly, were arrested several hours later.
Robinette, 31, was indicted on a single count of misdemeanor assault, while Kelly, 26, is charged with misdemeanor falsification, according to court records.