A 22-year-old Philomath man faces felony charges for allegedly stabbing a Corvallis man on Thursday inside the victim’s residence, the Corvallis Police Department reported.

Police were dispatched at 6:14 p.m. to the area of Northwest Kings Boulevard and Northwest Tyler Avenue to find a 31-year-old Corvallis man bleeding from stab wounds to his left upper chest and right armpit. The man was transported to Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center where as of Friday was in stable condition.

Police arrested Brenden Jacob Getty on first-degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon charges.

Corvallis Police detectives interviewed Getty and released the following:

“Upon interviewing the victim, and Getty, investigators learned the two were strangers and had only met minutes prior to the stabbing. It was learned the two met outside of the victim’s residence and the victim invited Getty inside. Once inside the residence, Getty stabbed the victim with a folding pocket knife and ran out the back door. The motive for the stabbing is unknown.”

During the arraignment Friday afternoon in Benton County Circuit Court, John C. Rich was appointed to represent Getty as his attorney. Judge Matthew Donohue set bail at $100,000 and ordered no contact with the victim, no intoxicants and no possession of dangerous or deadly weapons. He remains lodged at Benton County Jail.

Getty’s next appearance in court is scheduled for March 24.