Frank Hernandez III, a 45-year-old College Station man, was sentenced to 40 years in prison Tuesday for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon from a bar stabbing in February 2022, according to the Brazos County District Attorney’s Office.
On Feb. 19, 2022, College Station police responded to a local bar after they received calls about a stabbing incident, according to the DA’s office. Police were told two victims were taken to Baylor Scott & White Hospital where medical staff tended to stab wounds to their chest area and worked to save their lives.
Officers interviewed multiple people at the scene of the incident and were told one of the victims was in a verbal altercation with Hernandez before the stabbing occurred and added things escalated into a physical altercation between the victims and Hernandez’s brother, according to the DA’s office. Cell phone videos from bystanders showed Hernandez’s brother started the physical altercation and stabbed both victims, and that Hernandez stabbed one of the victims multiple times while he laid on the ground. Onlookers told police Hernandez chased the victims through the parking lot and challenged others before he fled prior to police arrival.
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Amid Hernandez’s hideout from the aggravated assault charge, he was arrested in Bexar County for driving the wrong way on the highway, according to the Brazos County District Attorney’s Office. Law enforcement found him high on cocaine and arrested him for possession of a controlled substance and the Brazos County warrant.
Hernandez was booked in Brazos County on Tuesday, according to jail records. DA officials said Hernandez’s brother still has pending charges in the 361st District Court related to this stabbing.