BIG LAKE, Alaska (AP) – A 42-year-old Big Lake man suspected of stabbing a family member and threatening Alaska State Troopers has been arrested on suspicion of felony assault and assault on a peace officer.
Archie MacNeven was arrested Monday night.
Troopers responding to a report of a stabbing met MacNeven at a Big Lake home. They say he brandished a knife and pointed it at officers.
Troopers deployed a stun gun to arrest him.
Investigators say MacNeven stabbed a family member more than once. The family member suffered serious injuries but is expected to survive.
MacNeven was jailed at Mat-Su Pretrial in Palmer and held without bail.
Online court records do not list his attorney.
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