BOONVILLE — A Sauquoit man was charged with stabbing three men, including his father, during a domestic incident at a Summit Street residence in the village early Saturday, where one victim died.
Brennan J. Iseneker, 30, was charged with one count of second-degree murder, a class A felony, and two counts of second-degree assault, a class D felony, following the incident.
Cy M. Platt, 31, of Boonville, was airlifted to a Syracuse hospital where he succumbed to multiple stab wounds.
State Police at Remsen said troopers, along with sheriff’s deputies, responded to 208 Summit St. at 4:01 a.m. for a report of a physical domestic incident during which three victims were stabbed.
When troopers arrived, they located Platt laying on the back porch with multiple stab wounds to his head and neck area. Platt was airlifted to Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse, where he was pronounced dead, troopers said.
Troopers and deputies then located two other stabbing victims, a 31-year-old man who suffered a wound to his arm, and a 62-year-old man, later identified as Iseneker’s father, who also suffered wounds to his neck. Both victims were transported to St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica, where they were treated for their injuries and released.
Iseneker was located inside the residence and taken into custody. He was charged and arraigned in county Centralized Arraignment Court, and sent to county jail without bail.
Boonville Fire Department and Boonville Ambulance assisted.
According to published reports, the investigating is continuing and troopers have obtained a a search warrant and are collecting evidence at the home. The Oneida County Sheriff's Office is assisting with the investigation.
The reports added that Cy Platt is related to Jared Platt and Kyle Platt, both 26. Jared Platt, troopers say, was driving his 1989 Chevy pickup truck south on Osceola Road on Aug. 31 when he failed to negotiate a curve, went off the road and hit a tree. Kyle Platt, the passenger, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Jared Platt was air-lifted by Mercy Flight to Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse, troopers said.
No additional information about the car accident or the murder investigation has been released.