Pretrial hearing postponed for suspect in New Philadelphia stabbing death

NEW PHILADELPHIA ‒ A pretrial listening to for Corey Harshey, accused of fatally stabbing his neighbor within the head and neck, has been postponed and rescheduled for Oct. 23.

The listening to had been scheduled for Friday within the courtroom of Frequent Pleas Choose Michael Ernest.

Harshey, 34, of New Philadelphia, was charged within the demise of Nathan S. Inexperienced, 44, who died Nov. 1, 2022, after he was stabbed on Oct. 28 at his residence on First Drive NE.

Harshey faces fees of aggravated homicide, homicide (each unclassified felonies), felonious assault, a second-degree felony, and aggravated housebreaking, a first-degree felony.

Tuscarawas County Prosecutor Ryan Styer beforehand informed Instances-Recorder the assault occurred at Inexperienced’s residence on First Drive NE. He mentioned there was no clear motive for the assault.

Styer gave this account as to what occurred: Harshey threw a big rock via the window of the residence the place Inexperienced and his girlfriend had been sleeping. Inexperienced and Harshey struggled. Harshey stabbed Inexperienced a number of instances within the neck and head. First responders known as to the scene by the girlfriend discovered Harshey in his residence, subsequent door, coated in blood and barefoot. His bloody footwear was present in Inexperienced’s residence. He requested if his neighbor was OK. Later, when a search warrant was executed, Harshey requested a detective what fees he was dealing with and mentioned he wished to verify he did not kill any individual.

Harshey is being held within the Tuscarawas County Jail.

This text initially appeared on The Each day Jeffersonian: Listening to postponed in New Philadelphia deadly stabbing case

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