Police have charged a man with attacking another man in the parking lot of a Greenville grocery store.
Court records say Christopher Wiggins was arrested Wednesday for the January 20th attack of John Chaffee. Chaffee was cut with a sharp object in the parking lot of Harris Teeter at 14th St. and Charles Blvd. in the middle of the day.
Wiggins, who lives a block from the store, remains in jail on a $200,000 secured bond.
Police say they have no apparent motive for what they say was an unprovoked attack.
Police say Wiggins is no stranger to law enforcement with prior arrests for assault with a deadly weapon, common law robbery, burglary, resisting arrest, carrying a concealed weapon, communicating threats, possession of a weapon on school property, possession with intent to sell and deliver heroin, disorderly conduct and larceny.
Greenville police say they'll release details Thursday about the suspect arrested for attacking a man in the parking lot of a grocery store on Sunday afternoon.
A press briefing is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Thursday.
Police say a man was attacked and cut with a sharp object just after 1 p.m. on Sunday at the Harris Teeter at 14th St. and Charles Blvd. in Greenville. The victim was seriously injured, according to police.
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It happened around 1:10 p.m. in the Harris Teeter parking lot on South Charles Boulevard.
Greenville police say there doesn't appear to be a motive in the attack. The victim says he was attacked and cut with a sharp object. Police say the victim was taken to Vidant Medical Center for non-life threatening injuries.
Police Monday afternoon released surveillance pictures with hopes that someone might recognize the attacker. He is a black man in his early to mid-20's, about 6'0" tall and weighing about 200 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and dark shoes.
Click on the image to view a slideshow of the surveillance pictures.
Anyone who can identify the man should call Greenville police at 252-329-4176 or Pitt Greenville CrimeStoppers at 252-758-7777.