The incident took place in Cumberland County. Where man is facing attempted murder charges after Cumberland County deputies say he cut through another man’s in the neck and face, respectively. Anthony Goins is taken under custody and is facing charges including attempted murder and assault with a furious weapon inflicting serious injury with the intent to murder.
The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office explained the situation. Goins is the husband of victim Tabitha, who went missing on November 25. The Goins family explained to the investigators that Dennis Leseane is Goins’ boyfriend and was the last person to see her before she vanished.
Deputies answered to an assault call along the 2600 block of Sandhill Road. When they reached, they found Dennis Leseane with cut marks on his face and neck. He was taken to the hospital where he went through surgery to repair the cuts. Leseane explained to the deputies that he was driving on Highway 87 south when he saw the body of Goins. Leseane stood and told Goins, “You looking for me? We need to talk.”
After the two messed around, Leaseane pulled into a BP Station at Sandhill Road and Highway 87 when he asked Goins to take out a box cutter and allegedly began cutting him. He then immediately ran away.
The released surveillance video given to media officials by the Gray’s Creek Fire Department portrays the time when Goins fled the vehicle that Lesesane was driving.
It was a Tuesday morning, Lesesane crashed a vehicle into the department’s building, at around 2 am.
Fire Chief Joe Marsh said his crew on the scene heard the noise and went to see what happened. The firefighters reached the stage and then proceeded to provide Lesesane with paramedics as they tried to get the life-threatening bleeding from two massive gashes on his face under control.