CAMDEN, N.Y. - Oneida County Sheriff's officials say five people were stabbed inside the Good Life Tavern in Camden Monday afternoon by a man authorities say was just arrested the day before in Otsego County.
Oneida County Sheriff's officials say it ultimately took a Taser to get the suspect under control.
Sheriff's officials say this happened around 4 p.m. Monday inside the bar on Main Street in Camden.
They say 33-year-old Brian Marshall, of Camden, used a sharp metal pick to stab the five victims.
No word on what led to the stabbings.
Sheriff's officials say all five were taken to local hospitals, but their injuries do not appear to be life-threatening.
Sheriff's officials say Marshall was taken into custody in the rear parking lot of the bar after deputies deployed a Taser.
Marshall is charged with five counts of assault and is being held in the Oneida County jail.
Sheriff's officials say Marshall was actually arrested by the Otsego County Sheriff's Office on Sunday after they say he failed to comply with deputies trying to stop him in a stolen vehicle.
Marshall was charged with grand larceny.
Oneida County Sheriff Rob Maciol says due to New York State bail reform, the Otsego County Sheriff's Office issued him appearance tickets after his offenses rather than arraigning him on charges that they say he would have been released on anyway.