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Holiday stabbing happened at off-duty deputy's home

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TYLER, TX (KLTV) - KLTV 7 has confirmed a weekend stabbing in Tyler happened at the home of an off-duty sheriff's deputy.

Joshua Barnes, 22, is charged with killing James Brandon Lee early Sunday at Deputy Terry Lindsey's home.

We are told there was a party at the house, and Barnes and Lee had been fighting before the stabbing.

Sheriff's officials say they are not commenting further on this case, because it is still being investigated.

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