UPDATE: The Washoe County District Attorney's Office reports they secured a guilty conviction of a stabbing case from March.

33-year-old James Pullen was convicted of one count of battery with a deadly weapon causing substantial bodily harm. 

In March, Pullen was arrested after Reno Police responded to reports of a stabbing. The investigation revealed that Pullen got into an argument with a 37-year-old male and pulled a knife on him. The victim was stabbed in the abdomen.

His sentencing is set for September of this year and he could face up to 15 years in prison.


A man is now in jail after stabbing a person in Reno Wednesday night. 

Police tell us that 10:19 Wednesday night they responded to the 200 block of North Virginia Street in Downtown Reno to reports of a fight. Officials say the suspect, who is identified as 33-year-old James Pullen, stabbed a person with a knife.

Officers found the victim and rendered medical aid immediately. The victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries. 

They found the Pullen in the area and arrested him for attempted murder with a deadly weapon.