HomeLocalPonca PostStabbing Incident Brings Half Million Dollar BondStabbing Incident Brings Half Million Dollar BondWed, August 2, 2017 by Lyman JamesSHARE NOW Carlos Max Bernabe, arrested Saturday in connection with a stabbing in the 200 block of South Oak Street in Ponca City, in which his uncle and his uncle’s mother were injured, has bond set at half a million dollars. Terry J. Phillips, the 61 year old uncle of Bernabe, received multiple stab wounds. Phillips mother, Jane Phillips, 91, was injured in the attack when she attempted to separate Bernabe and her son. She treated and released and released at the Alliance Health Center. Terry Phillips was transported by ambulance and then flown to OU Trauma Center in Oklahoma City. He is now in critical but stable condition. Bernabe is being held at the Kay County Detention Center on a complaint of domestic assault with a deadly weapon. A probable cause hearing was held Monday and bond was set. Bernabe’s initial hearing is set for 9 a.m. Aug. 11 in Kay County District Court.