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Police Searching for Four Men Wanted in Connection to North Corona Stabbing

Nov. 9, 2018 By Christian Murray

The police are looking to identify four men wanted in connection to a stabbing that took place in front of a North Corona apartment building last month.

The men approached the victim in front of 37-66 97th St. at round 8:20 p.m. on Oct. 28 and demanded cash. The victim resisted and an altercation ensured before the victim was stabbed.

The suspects then fled on foot.

It is not clear the extent of the victim’s injuries.

Anyone with information is asked to contact 718-533-2039

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Wishing the 115th sucess in quickly apprehending these criminals. Once caught (and they will be caught) I, for one, would like to know the statuses of these thugs. Are they citizens, green-carders, illegals, dreamers, gang members etc.?

The “I don’t care-ists” and “what does that matter” apologists can choose to imagine some excuses and remain ignorant. I suggest starting with the usual tired old “what about them” or “you hate brown people” as justification.


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