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Texas boy, 12, credited with the saving of the great-grandparents of the would-be assassin

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The police department in Texas are to the credit of a 12-year-old man in relation to the prevention of a possible assassination of his maternal great-grandparents, after his half-brother, allegedly attacked them with a knife on Sunday morning.

The two brothers were in a car with their great-grandparents, at the ages of 76 and 92, in the style of Katy perry. when a fight breaks out, and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

Lucian Johnston, 20, was angry that his great-grandparents said that he could no longer live with them due to his conduct, according to police.

He was said to have been started and then stabbing them in the head and neck with a pocket knife, KTRK reported.

Lucian Johnston, 20, is facing two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for allegedly attacking his wife.
(Harris County Sheriff’s Office.)

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His younger brother, Sacha, who was in the back and came between them. The police said that he was able to wrestle the knife away from Lucian, and throw it out the window, successfully, to stop a double murder.

“The real heroes in this trial was a 12-year-old, who was in the back seat at the time of the brutal assault,” a sheriff’s deputy said.

Lucian reportedly gave up the struggle and fled from the scene. He was arrested Monday morning and accused of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to police.

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The maternal great-grandparents drove himself to the hospital where they were treated before being released Monday night. Both are expected to make a full recovery.

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