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A 23-year-old Cordova man is recovering from two stab wounds he received Tuesday afternoon, according to a sheriff’s office incident report.

Deputies met the 23-year-old at the Regional Medical Center.

The 23-year-old told deputies he was hanging out with friends when an 18-year-old family member became upset because he was being picked on.

The 23-year-old told deputies that the 18-year-old went inside their residence and locked the door. The 23-year-old tried to gain entry by banging on the door.

The 18-year-old opened the door and allegedly yelled and used profanity.

The 23-year-old said the 18-year-old pushed him and that he retaliated by pushing back.

The 18-year-old then went back inside the house and emerged with a knife in each hand, the older man said.

The 23-year-old said he picked up a chair because the 18-year-old began to throw the knives at him.

He picked up a stick to defend himself. When the 18-year-old got close to him, he stabbed the 23-year-old twice in the chest, the report said.

The 23-year-old told deputies he feared for his life and thought the teen would kill him.

In other reports:

• A Mingo Street woman reported Tuesday morning that someone forced their way into her home and stole her 45-inch flatscreen Samsung television from her bedroom.

The television is valued at $1,500.

• Someone broke into an unlocked 2002 Dodge Ram pickup on Johnson Street on Tuesday.

The thief stole a 180-piece toolbox set, a bass guitar, struts, ball joints and clothing.

The items are valued at $1,272.

• A Palm Harbor Drive man reported Tuesday afternoon that someone broke into his home and stole a 40-inch Hisense television, a 32-inch Insignia television, two Microsoft Xbox gaming systems and a laptop computer.

The items are valued at $1,267.

• A Ninety Six Road couple called deputies on Tuesday night to report the following items were stolen from a Ford F-150 pickup: a Bostick air roofing gun, a Hitachi air roofing gun, a skill saw and identification cards.

The value of the stolen items is $1,055.

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