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One Dead, Two Injured in Rochester Park Stabbing

Police in the 77th Precinct of Crown Heights are investigating a multiple stabbing incident in Lincoln Terrace Park on Rochester Avenue, that injured two men and left one man dead.

by The Brooklyn Reader

The incident occurred on Monday, June 23, at around 11:11pm inside of the Lincoln Terrace Park Basketball Courts on Buffalo and East New York avenues.

According to police, a group of unknown black males– ages, descriptions and possible motive were not provided by the victims– approached the three men on the basketball court and attacked them.

The first victim, 18, was stabbed in the left side of his chest. He was taken to Kings County Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The second victim, 17, was stabbed once in the right arm. He was taken to Kings County Hospital, where he was treated for his injuries and is listed in stable condition.

The third victim, 20, was stabbed once in the left leg. He was taken to Kings County Hospital, where he was treated for his injuries and is listed in stable condition.

The case is currently under investigation with the Brooklyn North Homicide Squad and the 77th Pct. Detective Squad.

Any information that can lead to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for these shootings, please contact the 77th Precinct Detective Squad at 718-735-0662 or the Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS. A reward of up to $2,000 is offered for anonymous information that can lead to the arrest and indictment of a violent felon.

10 Comments

  • 2. I wonder wrote:

    were the attackers the same group of hooligans who threatened a yid last week, and then were let go when they told the cops the Yid threaten them with a gun?

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  • 4. HAROLD C. wrote:

    THAT WAS MY PARK, 70 YEARS AGO IT WAS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE FOR YOUNG AND OLD. IT SEEMS THAT THE NEW INHABITANTS ARE INNTENT ON KILLING EACH OTHER.

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  • 5. Hey Harold wrote:

    My grandmother lived around here, she told me that park had problems even then… just saying…

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  • 6. Also, wrote:

    This is very disturbing, all residents of the neighborhood need to stand up together against this horrible event! What can we do?

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  • 7. declasse' intellectual wrote:

    Welcome to the neighborhood Soon everyone will need bullet proof vests and uzi’s to survive t\in the new mayor’s city.

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  • 9. HAROLD C. wrote:

    #5 in 1946 i could take my little sister to the wading pool . in 1950 old men played chess in the daytime and at night the old jewish people brought out their violins and acordians and would sing songs from the old country. I`m not a jew but i enjoyed it. the park was not known for trouble til the projects were built

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    • 10. awacs wrote:

      That was before The Great Migration from the South, and the second Great Migration from the Carribean (thank Teddy Kennedy for that, in the 1965 Immigration Act).

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