Brothers arrested in stabbing of man; Beaverton schools put on lockout as precaution

Jacob Rose (left) and Nicholas Rose. (Photos via the Washington County Sheriff's Office)

Deputies search for and arrested two brothers suspected of stabbing a man Thursday morning.

International School of Beaverton and Faith Bible School were put into lockout as a precaution as Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputies conducted their search. The lockouts were lifted at the schools around 8:30 a.m.

Deputies said the stabbing and robbery occurred at a shed at a home close to the Aloha Station Tavern around 7 a.m. They said the victim told deputies that he was stabbed in the back and punched by people he knew during a dispute over stolen property.

The victim sustained a one-inch stab wound in the back, but is expected to survive.

Deputies say the victim allegedly took a knife and cellphone from one of the suspects sometime during the night. The suspect came back for his belongings and in the process stabbed the victim.

Witnesses said the victim walked to an ambulance.

Deputies were able to eventually track down and arrest the suspects, brothers 34-year-old Jacob K. Rose and 33-year-old Nicholas A. Rose.

Jacob faces charges of first-degree assault, unlawful use of a weapon and menacing. Nicholas faces charges of third-degree assault, menacing and hindering prosecution.

close video ad
Unmutetoggle ad audio on off