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Guilty But Mentally Ill Verdict in Multiple Stabbing Case

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WILMINGTON, Del. (AP)- A Delaware man been convicted of killing a man and seriously wounding an 18-month-old girl in a knife attack that also injured her mother and grandmother.           

A judge who presided over a nonjury trial found 34-year-old Chaon Calhoun guilty but mentally ill Friday on charges of murder, attempted murder, assault and weapons offenses.           

Calhoun will be sentenced at a later date.           

Calhoun was arrested in April 2018 after a woman walked into Wilmington Hospital carrying her wounded toddler, who had been stabbed in the head.           

Police went to her home, where they found 24-year-old Andrew "AJ" Moore with fatal stab wounds to his head and neck.           

The toddler's mother said Moore died trying to protect her and her daughter from Calhoun, her boyfriend's brother.

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