LODI, Ohio - The 16-year-old Lodi boy who police say stabbed the other members of his family will be tried as an adult.
A Medina County judge made the ruling on Friday, according to court officials. The teen will face two counts of attempted murder and four counts of felonious assault for the April 5 incident.
"My 16-year-old's son just stabbed us, the three of us," the teen’s mother, Barbara Nemeth, told dispatchers. "I don't know what happened, he's not even violent."
Lodi police said the teen stabbed his 15-year-old brother several times in the upper body. He then allegedly attacked his mother and father.
"I'm dripping on the floor, blood on the floor," Nemeth said during the 911 call. The victims were taken to area hospitals, where they were treated and released.
On May 30, a judge decided the teen suspect is competent to stand trial.
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