Two suspects arrested in Kissimmee bar stabbing

Charges include simple and aggravated battery

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KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Deputies arrested two suspects on Wednesday in connection with the stabbing of a man outside a Kissimmee bar late Saturday night.

Detectives responded to a call outside Roscoe's Bar at 2344 N. Orange Blossom Trail around 11:16 p.m. to find a man with stab wounds in the bar's parking lot. Witnesses identified two suspects, later identified as Hassan Frames, 32, and Henrietta Bell, 35, who were engaged in an argument with the victim.

Deputies are charging Frames with simple battery and Bell with aggravated battery without intent to kill.

The victim was taken to Florida Hospital Kissimmee with non-life-threatening injuries. There, he told deputies that two black males were arguing with him and would not let him leave the parking lot on his motorcycle, when a black female stabbed him from behind. He said he did not know the suspects.

Deputies say Frames and Bell are also being charged with possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia, and additional charges may be pending.

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