Indictment returned in homicide

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Fenton Jacobs, 39, will face charges of murder in the first degree, two counts of murder in the second degree, harassment in the first degree and resisting arrest.

    Jacobs is charged in the stabbing death of William Scott Campbell, 47.

    A grand jury returned the indictment this morning.  The charging document in the case indicated that Jacobs got into an argument with Campbell and his wife as they walked on South Franklin Street early Thursday.

    The document said police were called to a fight among as many as five people in front of the Rockwell.  Police said eyewitnesses told them that Jacobs stabbed the victim.

    Mr. Campbell suffered three serious stab wounds, one to his back, one to his kidney, and the third to his abdomen.  He died was being air-lifted from Juneau to Seattle for medical treatment.

    Police said Jacobs confessed to being the one that stabbed the victim.  They said he was belligerent, kicked one officer, and attempted to head-butt a second officer.  They also reported that Jacobs continued to kick the inside of the patrol vehicle.

    Jacobs was remanded to Lemon Creek to await a court appearance.  Bond was set at $500,000.

    Authorities said Jacobs had several prior arrests on his record.

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