Charging documents shed new light on a stabbing last week that prompted a campus-wide alert at the University of Alaska - Anchorage. 

Jeremy Tazruk, 22, was arrested early Friday morning after an alleged incident involving roommates at an apartment in the 3500 block of East 42nd Avenue. 

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Anchorage Police were called to the scene around 12:30 Friday morning, where they found an adult male lying on the bike path near campus with a stab wound. The victim was taken to Anchorage Native Medical Center for treatment of a puncture wound on the left side of his ribs. 

Charging documents allege that the victim, identified only as "T.P.", began assaulting a female roommate, prompting a bystander to intervene but was then punched by T.P. Then, the documents state, T.P. punched Tazruk's fiance, who was holding the couple's infant child. 

Tazruk then grabbed a 'Legend of Zelda' replica sword that was hanging on the wall and struck T.P. multiple times, the report states; the edges of the sword were dull, but the tip was sharp. 

The fight allegedly then escalated amongst the roommates, and Tazruk grabbed a kitchen knife; when T.P. confronted Tazruk again, Tazruk swung, striking T.P. with the knife. 

Tazruk was ultimately taken into custody. He's charged with fourth-degree assault and reckless endangerment. 

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