Two charged in stabbing of Villanova University student, third has been interviewed by police
RADNOR >> Two men have been charged in connection with the assault of a Villanova student last weekend and a third has been identified and interviewed by investigators, police said late Friday.
Police identified the suspects as Antwine Duane Bing, 27, of Simpson Road in Ardmore and Sterling Frazier-Sallad II, 23, of East Elm Street in Conshohocken.
Both were charged and Thursday evening.
Bing has been charged with aggravated assault, conspiracy, simple arraigned assault, and related charges. Frazier-Sallad has been charged with simple assault, conspiracy and harassment.
A third person has been identified and has been interviewed by police but has not yet been charged. Police said investigators are working with the Delaware District Attorney’s office regarding whether the third man will be charged.
The incident occurred early in the morning Oct. 6 when a man and woman left Kelly’s Taproom on Lancaster Avenue in the Bryn Mawr section of Lower Merion. The two walked up Prospect Avenue to County Line Road in Radnor.
The victim told police the three men came up from behind them. An altercation between the man and the other three then turned physical and the victim sustained a stab wound to the chest. He took himself to Bryn Mawr Hospital and has since been released, police said.
As of Friday, both Bing and Frazier-Sallad remain in Delaware County Prison on $250,000 bail and $25,000 bail respectively.