Stabbing Witness Speaks Out Against Violence
(IDAHO FALLS) – The man believed to be the intended victim of a stabbing in Ammon Christmas morning is speaking out against violence. Andrew Hall tells Local News 8 that there is no justification for what happened the day Buck Garner was killed. And what he thought would be a one-on-one fight turned into a massacre when Joey Chavez and a group of friends showed up with weapons, fatally stabbing Garner, and severely injuring Hall. Garner’s family still needs help with funeral expenses. Donations can be made at any Wells Fargo, Westmark, or Bank of Commerce location.