PITTSBURGH - Charges against a contractor who stabbed another contractor on a Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority job site were withdrawn Wednesday morning.
Bryan Grimm, 40, was charged with aggravated assault after police said he stabbed another contractor in the thigh during a fight. The contractor who was stabbed is Grimm’s cousin, officials said.
A spokesperson for the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office said charges were withdrawn after the victim said he would not be at Wednesday’s hearing. However, charges could be refiled.
The incident happened at the site of a PWSA street restoration project in Pittsburgh’s Perry North neighborhood.
Grimm’s cousin was treated at the scene but refused to go to a hospital.
PWSA said it has permanently banned Grimm from future projects.
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