Lyle teen accused of aiding in juvenile stabbing pleads guilty

Lyle teen pleads guilty to stabbing charges

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(ABC 6 News) – Carsen Brian Dolan, 19, pleaded guilty for his involvements in the stabbing of two juveniles on Jan. 17, 2024.

Dolan pleaded guilty to one count of aiding and abetting 2nd-degree assault. An additional charge of aiding and abetting 2nd-degree assault and one charge of 2nd-degree rioting will be dismissed at sentencing April 4, 2024.

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(ABC 6 News) – A Lyle teenager accused of aiding and abetting the stabbing of two juveniles will stand trial in May.

Carsen Brian Dolan, 18, was arrested Nov. 16 after a group of teenagers allegedly stabbed a pair of 16-year-olds on a porch Wednesday, Nov. 16.

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Mower County deputies were dispatched to the 500 block of 4th St. in the City of Lyle and arrested Dolan and a 14-year-old at the scene, after they allegedly fled into a next-door building.

Three other teenaged suspects allegedly fled the scene.

Dolan, the only legal adult among the suspects, faces two charges of 2nd-degree aiding/abetting assault with a dangerous weapon, and one charge of 2nd-degree riot–armed with a dangerous weapon.

According to court documents, the male victim told police either an unnamed juvenile or Dolan allegedly stabbed the 16-year-old male victim in the stomach and the 16-year-old female victim in the arm.

Law enforcement claim they obtained video of part of the incident, wherein Dolan and another suspect are visible assaulting the male victim.

Dolan’s pretrial is scheduled for April 21, 2023, with a jury trial May 1, 2023.