Fugitives in custody

 Reports have been confirmed by local enforcement officials that a man and woman who are at the center of an investigation surrounding a stabbing that occurred Sunday night in Dover were taken into custody in Summit County Tuesday afternoon. 
The US Marshall Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force worked diligently to apprehend the couple after a vehicle they allegedly stole was recovered in the Akron area. 
Arthur Ginier III, 41, of New Philadelphia and Kim Javis, 35, of Uhrichsville have been remanded to the custody of the Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Department. They were picked up while attempting to purchase a pair of Greyhound tickets at a terminal. 
To date, the pair has been charged with attempted murder and aggravated robbery in conjuction with an alleged stabbing of Alexander Henry, 23, of New Philadelphia on Sunday night that resulted in the pair stealing the victim’s truck, a Ford F150, from Martin Street in Dover. The man was life-flighted from Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital to a trauma center where surgery for the stab wound was completed. 
The Ford was recovered a few hours later a short distance from the scene. However, a second vehicle was allegedly stolen later in the evening by the pair. It was recovered in Akron on Monday.