Family charged for running suspected drug house after double stabbing

Two were stabbed after trying to rob the house

FOX POINT - Three people have been charged after a double stabbing at a suspected drug trafficking house in Fox Point. 

Daniel O’Dwyer, Francis O'Dwyer and Patricia O'Dwyer have all been charged in the incident. 

According to the criminal complaint, on Nov. 15 the two stabbing victims tried to steal marijuana from Daniel at the Fox Point house and were both stabbed by either Daniel or Patricia, who tried to keep them from getting away with the drugs.

Francis then grabbed the two and told them to “Drop it, drop everything.” They then ran to a car and drove to the hospital. 

Police later searched the house where they smelled marijuana and saw a smear of dried blood. 

Officers also found a number of drug packing materials and paraphernalia including a digital scale, boxes of baggies, a bag of clear empty capsules along with “several buds” of marijuana and a breath mints container filled with MDMA and Oxycodone, among other drugs. 

Daniel, 20, was charged with three counts of possession of the various drugs, that together carry a maximum sentence of 31 years. 

Francis, 69, and Patricia, 63, were each charged with running a drug trafficking house, which carries a max sentence of imprisonment for three and a half years. 

The three were also issued municipal citations for battery. 
 

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