GLOVERSVILLE - A man was stabbed when he forced his way into an apartment with the intention of assaulting the occupant there, city police said.
Michael Anderson, 22, of 25 Kent St., was charged by police Nov. 19 with second-degree burglary, a felony, and third-degree assault, a misdemeanor.
Police said officers responded to 33 W. Pine St. after receiving a report about an assault that had taken place.
Police say Michael Anderson was wounded with a pocket knife after he forced his way into an apartment in Gloversville on Nov. 19.
Officers found another man had been physically assaulted, and Anderson had suffered wounds caused by a knife.
During the investigation, police said, officers learned Anderson forced his way into the upstairs apartment. During the altercation, police said, Anderson suffered lacerations to the head and torso from a pocket knife the occupant had.
Anderson was treated and released from Nathan Littauer Hospital. He was arraigned and sent to the Fulton County Correctional Facility in lieu of $10,000 cash bail.
The Gloversville Police Department does not anticipate any additional charges.
"We don't feel the other subject [who used the knife] will have to face any charges from the department," Capt. of Detectives Anthony Clay said.