Man charged with attempted homicide for Green Bay stabbing

Photo: Brown County Jail

BROWN COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) - A Green Bay man has been charged with Attempted First Degree Homicide for a stabbing that left a man seriously injured.

Thomas James Lasnoski, 32, is scheduled to appear in court Thursday afternoon.

The stabbing happened March 17 in the 1200 block of S. Oakland Avenue. A man called police to report that he had been stabbed several times.

Officers arrived at a home and found a bloody victim. There was a large amount of blood on the kitchen floor and in a bedroom.

The victim, Byron C. Weycker, was taken to a hospital for stab wounds to his abdomen and left arm, and a cut on his head. Weycker suffered injuries to his large and small intestines, spleen and diaphragm.

Weycker says Lasnoski was at his home and the two had used cocaine when things got heated. Weycker says Lasnoski became upset when Weycker raised his voice at him. Weycker says Lasnoski pulled a knife and stabbed him several times before taking off.

Investigators found the weapon--a five-inch blade knife.

On April 5, a charge of Attempted First Degree Intentional Homicide was filed against Lasnoski. The criminal complaint did not detail his arrest.