TOWN OF CLARENCE, N.Y. (WIVB)–UPDATE: McKibben was arraigned virtually Saturday morning before a Buffalo City Court Judge, acting as a Clarence Town Justice.
He’s scheduled to return for a felony hearing on August 7, at 10:30 a.m.
McKibben is being held without bail, and if convicted on all charges, he faces a maximum of 25 years in prison.
ORIGINAL: Erie County Sheriff’s detectives arrested and charged 41-year-old Clarence man, Jonathan McKibben, with attempted murder after he attacked an elderly man on Thursday.
According to deputies, they responded to a home on Manor Wood Lane yesterday, after a caller stated McKibben stabbed him multiple times inside the house.
It’s also alleged that McKibben violated an existing order of protection.
While headed to the scene, a deputy spotted McKibben, covered in blood, walking along Sawmill Road.
There he was taken into custody and turned over to detectives.
Detectives also charged McKibben with:
- Assault 2nd – with intent to injure using a weapon
- Assault 2nd – injure a victim 65-years or older
- Criminal contempt – violate an order of protection
- Burglary – cause physical injury
Additionally, he received a misdemeanor count of criminal possession of a weapon with intent to use.
McKibben is awaiting arraignment at the Erie County Holding Center.
The Sheriff’s Office says it’s continuing its investigation into the incident.