PLAINFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WZZM) -- A Grand Rapids man faces assault, home invasion, and stalking charges following a break-in and stabbing late Tuesday night.
Kent County Sheriff's investigators say Noa Deih, 21, broke into a home on Vernor Avenue NE, near Plainfield Avenue and Northland Drive and attacked a man inside.
The victim suffered stab wounds to the neck and cuts to his stomach and hands. He was hospitalized but expected to recover.
Grand Rapids Police caught Deih at a home on Windsor Terrace SE, near Lake Drive and East Fulton Street. He was turned over to Kent County deputies.
Deih was charged Thursday with assault with intent to murder, first degree home invasion, aggravated stalking, and interfering with electronic communications. He is being held without bond at the Kent County Jail.