Police arrested a Columbus man this morning in connection with Sunday's home invasion and stabbing of sisters Chequenta and Charmia Roberson.
Information about the stabbing, to include a description of the suspect, was released to the public through the media the day after the Roberson sisters were attacked in their Wildwood apartment.
Authorities soon received a phone call giving investigators the name of a possible suspect. Subsequent investigation revealed Ronald Ragin, 27, of Briarwood Avenue was the alleged attacker.
Warrants were obtained and Ragin was arrested at his residence where he lives with his family about 10 a.m. He is charged with two counts of aggravated assault, burglary, and possession of a knife during the commission of a crime.
Chequenta and Charmia Roberson are recovering from their wounds and staying with family.
Ragin's first appearance hearing in Recorder's Court will be Friday at 2 p.m.