It was the phone call every parent fears; â€śHello, this is so-and-so with the Sheriffâ€™s Office. Do you have a daughter, Jordan? There has been a horrific accident. She is alive, but. . .â€ť
Jordan Marshâ€™s parents, Jim and Stacy Marsh of Ansley, received that phone call Sunday night, Nov. 13, at about 9 p.m.
â€śStacy got up and answered the phone, and I could tell immediately something bad had happened,â€ť recalls Jim of that night.
A domestic dispute early Monday morning led to a Broken Bow man being flown to Kearney with knife wounds. According to the report, the Broken Bow Police Department was notified when Geoffrey Eng was allegedly stabbed in the face and neck while trying to defend a minor girl from her boyfriend who was assaulting her. The boyfriend, 20-year-old Randy Martinez of Broken Bow, allegedly stabbed Eng four times when Eng attempted to pull Martinez away from the girl.