Two brothers arrested after stabbing in Aloha
Two brothers were arrested after a man was stabbed Thursday, Feb. 15, in Aloha. The victim is expected to survive his injuries.
The suspects are Jacob K. Rose, 34, and Nicholas A. Rose, 33.
Jacob Rose has been charged with first-degree assault, unlawful use of weapon and menacing. Nicholas Rose has been charged with third-degree assault, menacing and hindering prosecution.
Around 7 a.m. Thursday, Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to the report of a stabbing at Southwest 185th Avenue and Blanton Street in Aloha. The 33-year-old man reported that he had been stabbed in the back and punched by acquaintances during a dispute over stolen property. He was able to identify his attackers.
Deputies searched the area with the assistance of a tracking dog from the Beaverton Police Department.
As a precaution, the International School of Beaverton and Faith Bible School were asked to go into lockout mode. (The Beaverton School District defines "lockout" vs. "lockdown" here.) Both schools went back to normal operations about an hour later.
The Rose brothers were not located during the initial search. The victim was transported to a local hospital and is expected to survive his injuries.
At 9:53 a.m., a Sheriff's Office sergeant working in Aloha located and detained one of the suspects at Southwest 187th Avenue and Johnson Street. Later in the day, the second brother also was contacted and arrested in Aloha.