Grand Rapids Stabbing Suspect Pleads Guilty

A Grand Rapids man has pleaded guilty to his involvement in a stabbing.

Kalin Wenell-Jack is accused of stabbing his brother multiple times and threatening to kill him and a witness if they contacted police.

Wenell-Jack was facing eight charges including attempted murder and assault.

A proposed plea deal allowed him to plead guilty to second degree assault and would give him a 120 month sentence in prison.

The court now needs to approve the plea agreement.

A sentencing hearing is set for August 31 at 2:00 p.m.

Wenell-Jack is currently being held in the Itasca County Jail.

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