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Teen Stabbed to Death in Utica Ave. Shoe Store

An 18-year-old African-American boy was stabbed to death Wednesday evening while shopping inside a sneaker store on the corner of Utica Ave. and Lincoln Place.

The incident occurred at around 6:50pm, Wednesday evening, at the Allegiance Boutique, located at 249 Utica Ave in Crown Heights.

The victim, later identified as Jamal Joseph, was stabbed in the neck, shoulder, and torso. He was transported by EMS to Kings County Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The killer remains at large, and the motive of the killer is unknown at this time.

Police are investigating.

8 Comments

  • 1. Terrible news wrote:

    I never walk to Utica. I was a few times called a Dirty J for no reason. I go to Nostrand better

  • 2. Stop and frisk wrote:

    Bring it back! It’ll save lives where are all the protesters that had signs that read “black lives matter” and I believe they do but the silence is deafening?!

  • 3. SEREL MANESS wrote:

    this is terrible,we must press on with the 7 laws of noach,we must try!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! there are many people who are basicly good people,l find them when l give out the cards,l say blessings,that’s it,if the person want to talk more l let them know they can google http://www.7for70.com and moshiach people thank me,l just glad to be there ,following the rebbe commands
    many people are keeping the 7 laws of noach

    • 4. completely agree wrote:

      Many of these goyim who walk around killing people and doing crazy things like this, were brought up in homes with no values or morals or there simply mentally ill. The rebbe gave us a mission to bring light into the world and we must first try with our own lost brothers and sisters but if anyone has a situation where they can teach another person something valuable they should definitely make the most out of it!

  • 6. #5 wrote:

    you are disgusting and despicable and represent everything wrong with crown heights

  • 7. Anonymous wrote:

    So if he got stabbed in a sneaker store I’m sure people were there to witness who it was im lost here

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