Lima man wanted in Sunday double stabbing

By Lance Mihm

March 16, 2014

LIMA — A 54-year-old Lima man was being sought for his connection with a stabbing that occurred at 4:20 a.m. Sunday.

Bryon D. Manley, who lives in an apartment in the 100 block of North Jameson Avenue, is wanted for questioning after an incident that Lima Police Department detectives investigated on Sunday. Officers were dispatched to 319 1/2 Collett St. when it was reported that two people had been stabbed. Officers found the inured people to be Jewel M. Bowers, 39, and Steven L. Robinson, 49, both of Lima.

As of 9 p.m. Sunday an officer at the LPD said the extent of the injuries were still unknown.

Detectives and the police SWAT team served a search warrant in the early morning hours at Manley’s apartment on Sunday but he was not located.

The LPD said Manley should be considered armed and dangerous and that no one should approach the suspect. The LPD asked if you know where Manley is, have any information on the crime, or if he is possibly seen to call the LPD at 419-221-5263. It is asked that you get a location and a clothing decsription if it is known.

The LPD said no further information was available and the incident was still under investigation.