Man Charged in Stabbings During Party at RZA's House

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Two people were stabbed Saturday during a party at the Wu-Tang Clan founder's New Jersey home.

State police have made an arrest in the stabbings of two people that occurred during a party at the New Jersey home of rapper RZA.

Thomas Norman was charged with aggravated assault and weapons counts. His bail was set at $120,000. It wasn't known Monday whether the 23-year-old Englishtown man had an attorney.

Authorities say the stabbings happened early Saturday in Millstone Township, but they have not said what sparked the argument that led to the stabbings. The two victims were treated and are expected to recover.

Police have not identified the homeowner, but public records show the house is the residence of the Wu-Tang Clan founder, whose real name is Robert Fitzgerald Diggs. The rapper performed at a festival in Texas on Saturday night.

RZA has not responded to requests for comment.

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