An arrest has been made in connection to a double stabbing in Marshall County Thursday morning.
Nicholas Goble, 40, of Guntersville was released from Huntsville Hospital Thursday afternoon and taken to Marshall County Jail.
Goble and another man were airlifted to Huntsville Hospital with stab wounds this morning.
According to the Sheriff’s office, Goble was charged 1st degree burglary, 2nd degree assault and first degree criminal mischief. He is being held on a $90,000 bond.
The victim is in stable condition at Huntsville Hospital.
Deputies were called to a home on Pleasant Grove Road around 9:30 a.m.
Idallis Gibson said the two men involved are her mother’s ex-boyfriend and current boyfriend, adding that Thursday’s incident wasn’t the first issue between the two.
“Yesterday morning, I woke up and my mom had texted me and said that her ex-boyfriend had showed up at her new boyfriend’s house and that he had attempted to shoot them and the bullets had jammed,” Gibson said.
Police were called about the incident but no arrests were made.
Gibson said her mother, Christina, was too shaken up to talk Thursday.
Idallis said she woke up to another text from her mother Thursday morning. This time, her mom told her that her ex-boyfriend had come to her current boyfriend’s house and stabbed him. According to Gibson, there was also major property damage before the altercation that left both men wounded.
Now, she said she's worried about her whole family's safety -- not just her mother's.
“I don't feel safe. He not only came by here and did this here, he also was riding by my house, which I have little brothers and little sisters who also live there with me, so it didn’t make me feel safe at all,” Gibson said.
“I never felt safe when he lived in the house with me for nine years, I never liked him.”