Police: Scottsdale man stabbed neighbor he thought was government spy
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A Scottsdale man is facing attempted murder and burglary charges after his arrest on suspicion of stabbing a neighbor he believed was spying on him for the government, according to court records.
Scottsdale police arrested 30-year-old Keaton Formica after witnesses reported he stabbed another resident of the apartment complex where he lived, in the 8000 block of East Camelback Road, court documents show.
Police believe the incident began Friday about 5 p.m., when Formica, who told investigators he suffered from several mental health... read more
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