Man attacks Kroger employees with knives

A man listed in jail records as homeless is accused of cutting a 15th Street Kroger employee with a knife around 1 p.m. Sunday.

According to a booking report, a man named Anthony Terrell Robinson, born 1974, was arrested on four counts of aggravated assault at the downtown grocery store.

A Richmond County Sheriff's Office report said a man giving that name entered the store and took two knives from the meat department at 1:11 p.m.

He then chased four employees with the knives, cutting one of them, 27-year-old Christopher Selmuk, on the face and throat, the report said. Approached by the three others, Robinson threw one of the knives at them, it said.

The assailant was seen by Medical College of Georgia police running toward the nearby Courtesy Motel and taken into custody, the report said.



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