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Suspect in Saugatuck Twp. Stabbing Back in Allegan Co. Courtroom

Tobias Lee Westenbroek (photo courtesy Allegan Co. Sheriff's Dept.)
Tobias Lee Westenbroek (photo courtesy Allegan Co. Sheriff's Dept.)

ALLEGAN, MI (WHTC) - A 37-year-old Overisel Township man is scheduled to go before a judge for a third time in a month today.

Tobias Westenbroek had been wanted for more than a year after allegedly stabbing his estranged wife and a man at a 134th Avenue residence. The unnamed victims survived their wounds, while Westenbroek, who was initially described as potentially suicidal, was last seen in the area of the Blue Star Highway and I-196 north of Saugatuck a short time after the incident. Tips that he may be working for a vendor at a large motorcycle rally in the Black Hills of South Dakota led local police to spot and arrest him earlier this month, and Westenbroek waived extradition to Michigan.

A preliminary hearing in Allegan DIstrict Court is slated today. He faces attempted murder and felonious assault counts, among other charges, and remains in the Allegan County Jail on a 200 thousand-dollar bond.