Oshkosh Stabbing Suspect Appears in Court
An Oshkosh man accused of stabbing his neighbor at a home along West New York Avenue last weekend appeared in court on Thursday. Dustin Rosenkranz is charged with attempted first degree intentional homicide after stabbing the 28-year old man in the neck and chest.
Reports say the victim was locked out of his bedroom at the multi-unit home and asked Rosenkranz who he could call. Rosenkranz claims he misunderstood the question, thinking the man wanted to borrow his phone. When the man asked again about ten minutes later, the two began fighting – and Rosenkranz pulled out a pocket knife.
He is set to appear in court again on Thursday. He could face up to 60 years in prison if convicted.