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Double dogs kingston pike

Double dogs kingston pike

Double dogs kingston pike

Two men were arrested last month after an incident that began with a single gunshot and escalated to several stabbings. They're also saying more of the same from police, as they don't have the means to make a difference for the community and have been doing this for as long as we've had this issue.

You have to have enough power to be able to take out enough of these kind of organizations and people that are going to cause problems.

Police sd they were responding to a fight on the 100 block of East New York Drive in the same area when they found a man lying in the street with stab wounds. The victim told them that he was walking his dog at about when he heard a noise and looked around.

The man was taken to the hospital for treatment and he has since been released. The investigation is ongoing. Police are asking anyone with information to call Det.

In addition to the two men who were arrested in that incident, police say that they found a fifth man hiding in a home on West New York Street after receiving information about the incident. The search resulted in a second arrest and the recovery of several weapons.

At this time, investigators have not determined that this incident is related to any of the others.

The suspects were being interviewed and detectives were working to process the scene. The names of the suspects have not been released and charges are pending.

Police are also looking for anyone with information regarding these incidents. Those who have information that may be useful in the investigation are asked to call the Major Crimes Detective at 609-266-1205.

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