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Man stabs brother

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Bossier City authorities arrested a man Sunday morning for stabbing his brother with a  roofing knife during an altercation. Julio Cesa, 28, of Bossier City was arrested on a charge of aggravated second degree battery for stabbing Marvin Mendez, 39, of Shreveport outside Cesa's residence in the 600 block of McDade Street. The incident happened late Saturday night, but police weren't notified of the stabbing until just before 6 a.m. on Sunday; after Mendez called a relative, stating that he had been stabbed. Mendez's relative then called police. Mendez was taken to LSU Health Center in Shreveport, with what was determined to be a non-life threatening stab wound to his abdomen. Officer's located Cesa at his residence and took him into custody. Cesa was subsequently arrested and booked into the Bossier City Jail. He was also charged with possession of marijuana.

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