ROME, N.Y. – Rome police have arrested a third suspect in a stabbing that took place in west Rome over the summer.
Maxwell Ellis, 27, was taken into custody on an arrest warrant on Monday, Sept. 21, after he was found on the 200 block of West Thomas Street.
Ellis was charged with first-degree gang assault.
The stabbing victim, 34-year-old Lowelle E. Ferguson-Clark, was sent to the hospital on June 19 after he was assaulted on West Liberty Street.
Two other suspects, 32-year-old Earl J. Wright and 30-year-old Roy C. Wright, have also been arrested and charged with gang assault following this incident.
Ellis was arraigned and held at the Oneida County jail on $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bond.