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99 Ranch Market employee arrested for attacking co-worker with meat cleaver in California

  • Marlon Uy, a 57-year-old employee of 99 Ranch Market in Chino Hills, California, was arrested on Oct. 9 for attacking his co-worker with a meat cleaver.

  • According to authorities, Uy and his co-worker had a long-standing feud.

  • Uy struck his co-worker multiple times in the upper torso during a heated argument, which led to his arrest hours later.

  • The unidentified victim was taken to a hospital. No other injuries were reported at the scene.

  • Uy was booked on suspicion of attempted murder at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, where he is being held on a $1 million bail.

  • He is scheduled to make a court appearance at Rancho Superior Court on Nov. 15.

An employee from the 99 Ranch Market in Chino Hills, California, was arrested for attacking his co-worker with a meat cleaver.

Marlon Uy, 57, of Pomona, California, allegedly armed himself with a meat cleaver and struck his co-worker multiple times in the upper torso during a heated argument at the 99 Ranch Market at Peyton Drive on Oct. 9.

“After an exchange of words, the suspect armed himself with a cleaver and struck the victim multiple times in the upper torso,” San Bernadino County Deputy Sheriff Komson Phaphui said. “The victim’s co-workers intervened and separated the suspect from the victim.”

According to authorities, Uy and his co-worker had a long-standing feud. 

The unidentified victim was taken to a hospital. His condition is unknown. No other injuries were reported at the scene.

Uy remained at the scene and was booked on suspicion of attempted murder at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, where he is being held on a $1 million bail, according to San Bernardino County jail records. He is scheduled to make a court appearance at Rancho Superior Court on Nov. 15.

No further details about the incident have been released.

 

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