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Fight fueled by booze

Police responded to a report of multiple stab wounds in a residence on Sparrow Road  at around 6:42 a.m. on March 24. Both grossly intoxicated, the suspect and victim had already separated, but the victim was bleeding heavily from several wounds and required medical attention. The altercation was determined to be consensual, with the injuries to the victim caused by contact with broken glass from a window. No charges are being pursued.

 

 

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