How far are you willing to go to ensure you don’t miss a second of your team’s playoff game? One Penguins fan went further than you’re willing to after he denied medical treatment after being stabbed in the head with a screwdriver until the series opener between Pittsburgh and Columbus finished.
The Guardian reports of a stabbing at an auto detail shop just after 9 p.m. local time. Where they found a 43-year-old man bleeding after he was stabbed in the head with a screwdriver following an altercation.
The victim stated that two black males entered his apartment and pointed semi-automatic handguns at him and his roommate. The two suspects then stole cash and drugs from the residence before leaving on foot. No one was injured during the incident. One of the suspects concealed his identity with a mask and gloves. The second suspect did not conceal his identity and was later identified by one of the victims as 19-year-old Parrish Cobb.
This isn’t the first incident for the Sooner defensive back. In January, Cobb was arrested and charged with three felonies for counts of first-degree aggravated robbery, which occurred earlier that month in Waco, Texas. Cobb was suspended indefinitely both from the team and the university.
In 2016, Cobb signed with Baylor as a four-star recruit, but left the team following the program’s sexual assault scandal.
This marks the fifth arrest for Oklahoma this offseason, including Jerseys For Cheap starting quarterback Baker Mayfield for public drunkenness, early enrollee quarterback Chris Robinson, and walk-on Cheap Authentic Baseball Jerseys defensive back Ronnie LaRue, along with Cobb’s arrest in Waco.