Reeves Gentry, 38, the second suspect in a stabbing that occurred in Muldrow Saturday morning, has turned himself into authorities. Gentry turned himself into the Sequoyah County Sheriff's Department who returned him to Muldrow where he was questioned and arrested by authorities.
Authorities had been searching for Gentry who was wanted in connection with a stabbing that occurred early Saturday morning. Gentry was implicated in the incident by 22-year-old Tyler Chapman who had been arrested at his home earlier.
The two men allegedly broke into the home of 36-year-old Joseph Morton and stabbed him three times in the chest and stomach. Morton was taken to Sparks Regional Medical Center where he was admitted and placed in the intensive care unit.
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