Broome County Sheriff’s officials say a man is charged with fatally stabbing his girlfriend’s brother after an earlier argument with the woman.
Sheriff’s deputies were called to an apartment complex at 9 Kattelvelle Road in Chenango Bridge, Chenango Town at around 6:40 p.m. on January 14 and found Crishtian Smith-Bartlett, 20, kneeling in the parking lot with his hands up. in the air.
He was held in the back of a police cruiser and deputies entered an apartment where they found Randy Glezen, 29, of Lisle, lying in the kitchen with multiple stab wounds and a neighbor practicing the CPR.
A deputy took over the cardiopulmonary resuscitation efforts of the uninvolved neighbor until medical teams arrived. Despite these efforts, Glezen died of his injuries.
Investigators say they determined that earlier in the day Smith-Bartlett had an argument with Glezen’s 27-year-old sister, who lives in the apartment with her 2-year-old daughter. Glenn and another relative learned of the argument and went to the apartment.
During the confrontation between Glezen and Smith-Bartlett, authorities say the suspect was armed with a machete and struck Glezen with it. After losing control of the machete, investigators say Smith-Bartlett switched to a large kitchen knife and stabbed the Lisle man multiple times in the abdomen and back. Glenn’s sister was also injured in the arm.
Smith-Bartlett is charged with felonies of murder and assault, both 2nd degree, and was sent to Broome County Jail to await arraignment.
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