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Hale indicted for vandalizing home
Prosecutors say he damaged house of man who stabbed him
Mike Hale is shown on the witness stand testifying about the day he was stabbed outside the VFW.
A year after one businessman stabbed another in front of the VFW, the saga refuses to die as the stabbing victim now finds himself in trouble with the law.Mike Hale, 53, has been charged with felony vandalism for allegedly damaging the house belonging to his stabber, Jack Redmon, while Redmon was in jail for the attack.“He (Hale) did knowingly damage an air conditioning unit and vinyl siding and dry wall of a house,” reads the indictment served Friday morning on Hale.The damage is believed to be over $10,000, making it a felony offense. Hale was booked and released on bond Friday morning.According to the indictment, the incident happened Nov. 19. It is alleged Hale ran a steel rod through the house, causing structural damage.