A parolee was arrested Friday night after allegedly stabbing his mother's boyfriend multiple times following an argument that started while they were driving in the 200 block of E. Grand Avenue.
Brady Alexander Hogg, 29, who lists a Sheridan address, was taken into custody shortly after 9 p.m. and charged with first-degree battery, a felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
Hogg was being held on a $100,000 bond and was set to appear Monday in Garland County District Court. According to court records, he was convicted in 2019 in Clark County of two felony counts of possession of a controlled substance and sentenced to six years' supervised probation. He was convicted on June 26, 2020, in Grant County of residential burglary and theft of property and sentenced to six years in prison, but was later paroled.
According to the probable cause affidavit, shortly before 8 p.m. Friday, Hot Springs police responded to a stabbing that had just occurred in the 200 block of East Grand, and once there detained Hogg at the scene.
Witnesses said Hogg had just fought and stabbed another male, 46, who officers noted was suffering from multiple stab wounds to his body. The victim was transported to CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs where it was determined he had three stab wounds to the left side of his lower back, four stab wounds to his left side and swelling to the left side of his face.
The man's condition was reportedly stable and at the time of the report the man was still waiting to hear if he would have to undergo surgery, the affidavit said.
While he was being treated, the man told HSPD detectives he had gotten into an argument with his girlfriend's son, identified as Hogg. He said they were driving and pulled the vehicle over and Hogg was told to get out.
The man said he also got out of the vehicle and Hogg struck him in the face and then stabbed him in the side.
Hogg was taken to the HSPD to be interviewed and after being read his rights, he reportedly stated he had been riding in the back seat of his mother's vehicle and her boyfriend was riding in the front passenger seat.
During the drive, Hogg was asking his mother if his ex-girlfriend could come over to the house and "stay the night." He said his mother told him she didn't want his ex-girlfriend there, but he "kept asking." During the conversation, his mother's boyfriend "became angry" and told him to stop asking her about it and an argument ensued.
During the argument, Hogg said his mother pulled over and told him to get out. He said her boyfriend got out first and opened Hogg's door and began yelling at him.
Hogg said he was "in fear for his life" and pulled his knife out to defend himself. He claimed he "did not remember much" after that because he "blacked out." He said the "next thing he knew" the victim had been stabbed and was being transported from the scene by LifeNet.
After the interview, Hogg was taken into custody on the battery charge. A parole hold has also been placed on him.