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Arthur Ginier III, 41, of New Philadelphia, and Kimberly Jarvis, 35, of Uhrichsville, have been indicted on felony charges for an August 25th stabbing and vehicle theft in Dover.  

NEW PHILADELPHIA (Tusco TV) - The two people accused in a stabbing and vehicle theft in Dover are now facing felony charges for that incident.

A Tuscarawas County grand jury handed down indictments last week against 41-year-old Arthur Ginier III of New Philadelphia and 35-year-old Kimberly Jarvis of Uhrichsville for the August 25th robbery where a 23-year-old New Philadelphia man was stabbed in the neck on Martin Street and had his pickup truck stolen. Jarvis’ indictment contains counts of aggravated robbery, theft and grand theft of a motor vehicle. Assistant Tuscarawas County Prosecutor Robert Urban says Ginier is facing the same charges with two additional counts for the stabbing.

"The indictment returned against Arthur Ginier was a six-count indictment, I believe, that included charges ranging from attempted murder, felonious assault and aggravated robbery to theft of two motor vehicles, and also theft of a credit card that was located in one of the motor vehicles," he says.

Jarvis and Ginier were picked up by U.S. Marshals at an Akron bus station two days after the incident. Both were initially jailed on a preliminary charge of attempted murder, but Urban says Jarvis’ charge didn’t hold up. 

"There’s no evidence to suggest she was involved in the actual stabbing and the grand jury didn’t really have information as to what she knew or didn’t know was going to take place with regard to the stabbing," he says.

The two remain held at the Tuscarawas County Jail on cash/surety bonds set by the New Philadelphia Municipal Court. They’re due back in court November 1st to enter formal pleas to the charges. 

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