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Man charged after woman stabbed multiple times in Montgomery

Brian Bernard Berry (Source: Montgomery County Detention Facility) Brian Bernard Berry (Source: Montgomery County Detention Facility)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

A man is facing felony charges after a woman was seriously injured in a stabbing.

According to Montgomery Police, Brian Bernard Berry, 57, is charged with attempting to commit murder.

Court documents indicate the stabbing happened Saturday in the 2600 block of Ashlawn Drive. Berry allegedly attacked the victim in her bedroom with a knife, stabbing her multiple times.

Duckett says the stabbing resulted in serious injuries for the victim. She was transported to a local hospital for treatment and is currently in stable condition.

Berry was taken into custody on the scene and transported to the Montgomery County Detention Facility under a $60,000 bond.

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