UPDATED--Radio personality Troy Neff stabbed in Perrysburg - News, Weather, Sports, Toledo, OH

UPDATED--Radio personality Troy Neff stabbed in Perrysburg

Troy Neff at a Mudhens game (courtesy WCWA.com) Troy Neff at a Mudhens game (courtesy WCWA.com)
Jeffrey Hardeman is from Knoxville, Tennessee. Jeffrey Hardeman is from Knoxville, Tennessee.

UPDATE: News 11's Wood County Bureau Chief Justin Michaels is interviewing Troy Neff today. It will be on News 11 at 5:30. 

Updated by Kate Oatis email

PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP (WTOL) - Radio producer Troy Neff was stabbed in Perrysburg just after 6 p.m. Wednesday following what police are calling a road rage incident.

Jeffrey Hardeman, 42, from TN., has been arrested and charged with felonious assault. He is being held in the Wood County Justice Center. A hearing is set for 1:30.

Perrysburg Township police say Hardeman cut off Neff's car in traffic and that the two pulled into a parking lot where an altercation took place. Neff was stabbed with a knife multiple times in the upper torso.

Neff went into surgery at St. Vincent-Mercy Medical Center for non-life-threatening injuries.

Police say Neff made it into a nearby business to call police and give a description of the suspect, which made it possible for the police to locate him.

Neff is host of the morning radio show The Troy Neff Show from 6-10 a.m. on WCWA. He is also a columnist for the Toledo Free Press.

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