MORRIS – The man charged with stabbing his co-worker at a Minooka warehouse last month was indicted Wednesday by a grand jury for attempted murder.
Marshall Brown, 42, of Joliet, was indicted for attempted first degree murder, a class X felony and aggravated battery with a weapon, a class 3 felony, according to a news release from Grundy County State’s Attorney Jason Helland.
Brown and a 31-year-old Country Club Hills man were working inside a freezer unit, when they began arguing, according to police. Brown allegedly stabbed his co-worker and fled the scene in a vehicle. The victim was stabbed multiple times and hospitalized afterwards.