LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A Lafayette man faces battery and criminal recklessness charges after prosecutors said he stabbed a friend in the face.
Prosecutors said it happened while Mark Cochran was spending time with a friend in August.
They said the friend told police he and Cochran drank beer outside and then "play wrestled" inside Cochran's apartment.
He also told police Cochran hit him in the eye and slashed him above the eye after they were finished wrestling.
Prosecutors said Cochran admitted threatening to stab the man but denied actually doing it.
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