On Sunday October 24, just after midnight Montgomery County Sheriffs Patrol Deputies were dispatched to a Stabbing at the Pachyderm Park located in the 6300 block of Cochran’s Crossing in The Woodlands. Deputies arrived on scene and found a large group of young adults present and one male lying on the ground that had been stabbed twice in the upper chest. The Montgomery County Sheriffs Office Major Crimes Unit was called to the scene.
Wesley Lyons Davis, age 17 and David Caito age 18, both of The Woodlands, had been at a party when an argument broke out between the two and they agreed to meet in the park to fight. Davis arrived with several other males with him and Caito arrived armed with a shovel. According to witnesses the two agreed to fight one-on-one and Caito discarded the shovel. During the fight Davis stabbed Caito with a knife but Caito didn’t realize he had been stabbed until after the fight was over.
Davis fled the scene in a silver Dodge Charger and later turned himself in to Sheriff’s deputies. The victim was taken to Memorial Herman Hospital in The Woodlands where he was listed in critical but stable condition. Davis was treated for a cut on his hand and then taken to the Montgomery County Jail where he was charged with aggravated assault.
On April 27, 2010 Davis was arrested for Graffiti and was given one year probation on 47 days ago.