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Police: Raleigh flasher also stabbed Goldsboro man in bed

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RALEIGH, N.C. -

A man arrested for indecent exposure in Raleigh now faces assault charges related to a stabbing in Goldsboro.

Bryan Marquail Williams was arrested in Raleigh Monday for indecent exposure and second-degree trespassing at a downtown Raleigh hotel. Williams told police he was Derrick Maye from Goldsboro.

But on Wednesday, police in Wake and Wayne counties figured out Maye was actually Williams. 

Goldsboro Police had been looking for Williams since July 2, when he is accused of being one of three people who broke into Shavonta Jones' apartment on 1004-B Slaughter Street at 5:20 a.m.

Police say Williams, a former boyfriend of Jones, stabbed  Shawn Stevens, who was in bed at the time.  There were also children in the apartment, but they were unharmed.  Stevens was treated and released from Wayne Memorial Hospital.

Williams was charged with First Degree Burglary, Assault with a Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury with Intent to Kill and Assault with a Deadly Weapon with a minor present.

Williams is being held under a $750,000secure bond in the Wake County Detention Center. 

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