Man Stabbed in Neck After Argument with Roommate

San Luis Obispo deputies arrested a man for stabbing his roommate in the neck on Thursday.

Daniel Condrad Juhl, 54

According to the sheriff’s office press release, they received a call of an assault in the 1400 block of Gateway Drive in Heritage Ranch in North County.

When the deputies arrived, they found the victim, Robert Criste Curran Jr., 55, with a knife injury to his neck.

Curran was transported to a local hospital with injuries to his throat and is expected to survive.

Investigators say there had been a dispute at the residence that involved two siblings and a roommate, none of whom are married. A verbal fight between the three escalated into violence and one of the siblings, Curran, was stabbed as a result.

Deputies arrested the roommate, Daniel Conrad Juhl, 54, on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon.

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