Sunday: new details in Boonville killing

Sunday: new details in Boonville killing
(Source: WWNY)

BOONVILLE, N.Y. (WWNY) - State police disclosed a few new details Sunday about a Saturday stabbing in Boonville which ended with one man dead and another facing a murder charge.

State police say they and Oneida County sheriff’s deputies responded to an incident at 208 Summit Street around 4 a.m. Saturday where they found 31 year old Cy Platt on the back porch with stab wounds to his head and neck.

He was airlifted to Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse, where he was pronounced dead.

Police say they found 30-year-old Brennan Iseneker of Sauquoit inside the home. He’s been charged with second-degree murder and two counts of second-degree assault.

Trooper Jack Keller, public information officer for Troop D, told 7 News Sunday that the incident began when Iseneker grabbed a knife and started threatening others inside the house.

Keller also said one of the men wounded in the incident, a 62 year old, is Iseneker’s father. Police are not releasing the identity of another person, a 31 year old, who was also injured. Iseneker’s father suffered stab wounds to his neck and the 31 year old, stab wounds to an arm. Both were treated and released from a Utica hospital.

Iseneker was arraigned and sent to Oneida County jail without bail.

Assisting troopers and deputies at the scene were the Boonville Fire Department and Boonville Ambulance.

The investigation is continuing.

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