Trial Set For Suspect In Stabbing Of Shrine Bowl Player

By: WIBW (Posted by Melissa Brunner)
By: WIBW (Posted by Melissa Brunner)

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - A jury trial is set for one of three men accused in the July stabbing of a young football player who'd just taken part in the Shrine Bowl.

Daniel Wahquahboshkuk is scheduled to appear in court January 20, 2014.

He's charged with one count each of aggravated robbery, battery and assault with a deadly weapon for the July 27th incident.

Police say Wahquahboshkuk and Martin Rodriguez attacked 18-year-old Brett Sterbach outside the Hudson Crossing convenience store. The Shawnee teen and his family had just left the Shrine Bowl football game. Sterbach required stitches to his leg.

George Martinez is charged with driving their getaway vehicle. Rodriguez has a preliminary hearing set for October 11th. Martinez is due in court on October 3rd.


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