Two men were arrested today, accused of stabbing two other men while they were arguing Wednesday night.
The arrested men, 30-year-old Quinton Jones and 37-year-old Adrian Gustus, were found in separate locations today by Chattanooga Police fugitive investigators, Chattanooga police spokeswoman Sgt. Jerri Weary said.
They were identified by the two men they stabbed, 36-year-old Calvin Yearby and 37-year-old Claythan Williams.
Jones and Gustus are charged with two counts each of aggravated assault
Yearby and Williams were seriously wounded when they were stabbed in the stomach and back, but Weary said the men are recovering.
Weary said the men were arguing at T&B Lounge at 2407 Glass St. when Jones and Gustus allegedly resorted to stabbing.
In the past, each men has faced other charges.
Jones has been charged with 20 crimes, including five assault charges, records show, while Gustus has been charged with 68 crimes, including 12 assault charges.
Even the victims, Yearby and Williams, have faced charges in the past.
Yearby has been charged 26 times, ranging from domestic assault to driving on a suspended license to theft and vandalism, records show, while Williams has been charged 13 times, including speeding, assault and aggravated robbery.
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