GLOVERSVILLE - Two teens have been charged in connection with Saturday's stabbing of a man in Gloversville, police said.
One teen, age 15, faces a second-degree assault count, accused of stabbing the man after a verbal dispute escalated, police said.
The second teen, age 16, is accused of displaying a knife during the incident and faces a misdemeanor second-degree menacing count.
The victim suffered a stab wound to the neck, though the wound turned out to be relatively minor, according to police. He was treated and released from the hospital the same night, police said.
The incident happened just after 8:30 p.m. on Second Avenue, police said.
Detectives interviewed witnesses and collected surveillance footage. They arrested the teens at about 2:30 p.m. Monday.
No additional suspects are sought, police said.
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