A Shreveport man who stabbed another man in the face following an altercation in 2019 was found guilty of aggravated second-degree battery by a Caddo Parish jury Tuesday, September 13, 2022.
The six-person jury in District Judge Donald Hathaway Jr.’s court found Patrick Adams, 48, guilty of the July 55, 2019 attack on Charles Green at a local tire repair shop, an attack that left Mr. Green with substantial blood loss, facial scarring, nerve damage and the loss of two teeth.
The jury determined that Adams, involved in a dispute with two women, jumped into the back of Green’s vehicle and stabbed Green while Green sat in the driver’s seat. The attack was witnessed by several people and also was capture in shop surveillance video.
When Adams returns to Judge Hathaway September 28, he faces a prison term of up to 15 years at hard labor.
Adams was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorneys Clinton Bryce Kinley and Courtney N. Ray. He was defended by Sean Landry.