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Man Sentenced To Two Years For Stabbing At Red Bluff Homeless Camp

A second man has been sentenced for a felony assault in Red Bluff that had initially been called attempted murder. In the middle of the night January 18th, officers were called for a stabbing at a homeless camp between Willow Street and the railroad tracks in Red Bluff. Two victims had been stabbed, one of them eleven times, with one of the stab wounds collapsing a lung. Witnesses said 27-year-old Kyle Grinnell and 37-year-old Dana Brown Jr. had been fighting with the victims and both were on top of them. Grinnell was caught on videotape. He was quickly apprehended, interviewed and booked into jail. He didn’t know Brown, but identified him through a photo lineup. Brown was captured a few days later. Grinnell made a plea deal in June with the Tehama County D.A.’s Office and was given 6 months in jail and a 4 year prison sentence that’s suspended on condition of his completing 5 years formal probation. Brown has now been sentenced to 2 years in state prison.