The attack was recorded on the store's security video camera.
Authorities say Brown is being charged because he stomped on his attacker after he was knived.
Three others were charged in the attack that occurred Christmas day in Ladson, SC.
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Three people are in custody in connection with a Christmas day stabbing at a Ladson convenience store and the stabbing victim is facing a charge as well, Charleston County deputies say.
Darnell Turner, 37; and Cynthia Rhodes, 44; turned themselves in to deputies Tuesday afternoon, according to booking reports released from the sheriff's office. Turner faces a charge of second-degree assault and battery and Rhodes faces a charge of third degree assault, the reports state.
A third man, Colin Magliano, 34, turned himself in to deputies Tuesday morning, Charleston County Sheriff's Maj. Eric Watson said. Magliano, who is accused of stabbing victim Greg Brown, faces a charge of first degree assault and battery, jail records indicate.
Late Tuesday afternoon, Watson said Brown would also be charged in the incident because he was seen stomping on Magliano while Magliano was being restrained.
Magliano's arrest came just more than an hour before the National Action Network, apparently unaware of his surrender to authorities, held a 10 a.m. press conference outside the sheriff's office to accuse deputies of creating a double standard by not arresting anyone in the case and demand charges be filed.
Surveillance footage of the incident was also released.
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