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NLV cops arrest man suspected of using sword in attack

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Courtesy image James McCanna A man whose arm was totally severed in a sword attack earlier this month recalls an associate holding a “long item” with both hands– as one would hold a baseball bat– prior to the suspect swung a minimum of twice, inning accordance with a North Las Vegas police arrest report.

Authorities on Saturday jailed James Joseph McCanna, 39, in connection to the Sept. 4 attack. He’s being held at the Clark County Detention Center on one count each of battery with a fatal weapon, mayhem with a lethal weapon and auto theft.

The unknown victim survived the crucial injury and a medical team surgically re-attached his arm, however will have long-term nerve damage, police stated.

Police and medics were summoned about 6:30 a.m. to the 4700 block of Rancho Drive, near Lone Mountain Road, where they found the 33-year-old victim, who they rushed to University Medical Center.

The attack happened about four miles east in a house garage in the 3400 block of Verde Way, police said.

The victim, who was not equipped and relatively did not provoke the suspect, was visiting a buddy when the occurrence occurred, authorities said.

Through an examination, detectives identified McCanna as the suspect and tracked him down the next day, however he fled “at a high rate of speed” after taking an automobile, authorities said. They arrested him Saturday near Centennial Parkway and Revere Drive.

McCanna, whose bail was set at $100,000, is next scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 25, prison logs reveal.

English lady pulls four-foot sword from lake

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title=” (Source: Twitter/@NewsTweetsWorld) “border= “0” width=” 180″/ > (Source: Twitter/@NewsTweetsWorld). (MEREDITH)– Seven-year-old Matilda Jones of England had quite a legendary holiday after discovering a big four-foot sword from Cornish Lake, the same lake where King Arthur threw Excalibur.

Inning accordance with the Daily Mail, Jones remained in the water waist-deep in Dozemary Swimming pool, when she saw the blade by her feet. According to the legend, King Arthur returned Excalibur at the same area after being fatally injured in the Battle of Camlann.

The tale states Arthur initially received the sword from the Woman of the Lake and wished to return it upon his death.

Matilda shares her name with Empress Matilda, the child of King Henry I and heir to the throne in the 12th century.

Her dad informed the Daily Mail that while it might be amazing that she has actually composed her name in current Arthurian legend, he thinks the sword is in fact an old movie prop.

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Wisconsin guy charged with beheading mother with sword

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Matthew Skalitzky, left, appears in Dane County court Monday Sept. 28, 2015, with his legal representative Stan Woodard in Madison, Wis. Skalitzky is accuseded of first-degree deliberate homicide for allegedly beheading his mom with a 4-foot sword.

Monday, Sept. 28, 2015|5:14 p.m.

MADISON, Wis.– A Wisconsin guy who district attorneys say is badly mentally ill is charged in the death of his mom, who was beheaded with a sword.

Forty-year-old Matthew Skalitzky appeared in court Monday. He’s accused in the Sept. 11 death of his mother, 68-year-old Jane Skalitzky, at a town house in the Madison suburb of Sun Prairie.

Assistant District Attorney Corey Stephan says Skalitzky became upset with his mom after she discovered a box containing knives and a sword.

The district attorney states Matthew Skalitzky is severely mentally ill and saw people, including his mom, as inhuman clones.

The Wisconsin State Journal reports bail was set at $1 million.

Defense lawyer Stan Woodard had argued bail wasn’t needed due to the fact that Skalitzky was being kept in a psychological health center.

A preliminary hearing is set for Oct. 13.