SPRINGDALE, Ohio — A man has been charged with murder after fatally stabbing a man at BJ's Brewhouse in Springdale, per Hamilton County court documents.
Jan Tolentino, 18, has been charged with one count of murder and one count of possession of drugs for the stabbing death of Paris Dismukes. He is being held at a $500,000 bond.
Just before 11:30 p.m. on Aug. 11, Springdale police said they were called to BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse, 11700 Princeton Pike, for a reported man injured and bleeding.
When police arrived, they were flagged down by multiple people. They found Dismukes with multiple stab wounds to the neck, court documents said. Dismukes was transported to UC West Chester Hospital where he later died due to his injuries.
When police arrived at the scene, Tolentino's brother and mother were present and stated that Tolentino needed help.
According to court documents, Tolentino told police a witch told him "the other man was going to shoot him in the head with a gun so that was why he stabbed him."
Police also obtained a small bag of marijuana from Tolentino's front pocket.
If you have any information related to this crime, you're asked to contact the Springdale Police Department.
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