DRYDEN, N.Y. — Police have issued an arrest warrant for another Bronx man involved in a February stabbing at Tompkins Cortland Community College, an official said.

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An arrest warrant for Ernest H. Cargill has been issued out of the town of Dryden, said Director of Campus Police Beau Saul. He said Cargill is charged with misdemeanor fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon.

Cargill is one of two people facing charges after police say they were involved in a stabbing in front of the cafeteria back on Feb. 4.

Naquan Pierce was charged in early February with misdemeanor  fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon.

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One person was transported to a hospital in Syracuse after being stabbed in the neck and two others were treated for injuries at the Cortland Regional Medical Center for “cuts” they received during the incident.

Officials initially said two knives were used during the incident. One was found in a hospital bathroom where the people were treated and another was found on one of the injured people.

All four people involved have been banned from campus.

Police did not released the names of everyone involved in the incident.

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