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Suspects in Great Falls stabbing appear in court

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Three people have been charged in connection with a stabbing that happened in downtown Great Falls late last month.

Phillip Craigie, Samuel Darling, and Samantha Craigie have each been charged with assault with a weapon.

According to court documents, on September 25, police responded to a stabbing in the alley behind the Park Manor building.

The victim told police he did not know who had stabbed him and he was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Court documents state that officers obtained surveillance video from Park Manor and were able to identify darling.

The footage shows darling and the victim leaving the building and going into the alley.

The victim was ambushed in the alley and the footage shows Phillip Craigie wielding a knife.

Craigie's wife Samantha was identified as driving a vehicle into the alley during the assault.

Craigie's bail was set at $75,000; Darling's was set at $50,000.

Samantha Craigie was released.

The person who was stabbed sustained several stab wounds, and was treated and released from the hospital.

RELATED: Great Falls stabbing suspect has been arrested

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