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Nashua slashing followed argument over too much pot in car say police
Dean Janggen, 20, of 16 Cherrywood Drive, Nashua, has been arrested and charged with first- and second-degree assault charges.
Eventually, Summers, of Nashua, was allegedly slashed in his upper chest with the box cutter, resulting in non-life-threatening injuries, according to court documents. Summers was treated at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center where it took 10 stitches to close the chest wound and two-stitches on his arm.
Janggen, whose alternative address was listed as 138 Orange St., Manchester, has been ordered to have no contact with the victim. No plea was made on Monday because the charges are felonies. Janggen will return to court March 13 for a probable cause hearing.
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