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Man who absconded from parole wanted for stabbing in Harrisville

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WEBER COUNTY, Utah — Police say a man who absconded from Adult Probation and Parole on Friday stabbed another man Sunday afternoon in Harrisville.

Chief Maxwell Jackson, Harrisville PD, said 26-year-old Cameron Aaron was on parole for aggravated assault and is now being sought for a stabbing.

Aaron allegedly went to a home in the area of 200 West and 2500 North in Harrisville around 1:30 p.m. Sunday and began banging on the door.

A 40-year-old man inside the home left via the back door and was confronted by Aaron in the driveway. An argument ensued, during which Aaron allegedly stabbed the other man in the chest.

Jackson did not know the condition of the victim.

Anyone who sees Aaron should call Weber County Dispatch at 801-629-8221.