Hamden, Connecticut, police have arrested a 21-year-old man who is accused of stabbing his father because he was upset about some issue involving a television set.
Police said Jeffrey Milano, of 760 Mix Avenue in Hamden, is accused of stabbing his father three times early Thursday morning.
Officers responded to the home at 5 a.m. and found the victim, who’d been stabbed in the chest, hip and forearm. He told officers that his son, Jeffrey Milano, was upset with him about the television and stabbed him, police said.
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The victim’s injuries are not life-threatening. He has been transported to Yale-New Haven Hospital for medical treatment.
Police arrested Jeffrey Milano, took him to police headquarters and charged him with first-degree assault.
He was originally held on $10,000 bond, but was released after appearing in court in Meriden yesterday. Milano is due back in court on Dec. 11.