Quincy Rhoden and Jamari Dortch were arraigned this morning at District Judge Anzini's office for their alleged roles in the stabbing of an East Stroudsburg University student earlier this month. They are connected to a person, Tyrone "Spaz" Wilkins, who is believed to be directly affiliated with the Black P Stone gang. Rhoden's jacket was searched during the warrant of an ESU dorm they were at, and a knife was found in it.

   His mother, Darlene Rhoden, spoke to News 13 and said she believes her son was manipulated by much older people to commit violence. She says Wilkins is 30 years old.

   Five of the six men charged in the stabbing have been arraigned and are currently in custody. One man, Francesco Reid, still has a warrant out for his arrest.