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Ashburn man pleads guilty in May stabbing

localdvm.com | 09-15

ASHBURN, Va. (WDVM) — An Ashburn man who stabbed three people earlier this year pleaded guilty. 18-year-old Erick Joya-Morales was charged with three counts of aggravated malicious wounding. On September 10th Joya-Morales pleaded guilty to a single charge of unlawful wounding, according to relations district court officials. The altercation happened...

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