Police: Man says Happy Halloween before stabbing someone
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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Police in Connecticut say a man walked up to another man and said “Happy Halloween” before stabbing him, before he was fatally shot by the stabbing victim’s cousin.
One victim, a 27-year-old New Haven man, told officers that he was walking on Sperry Street from Whalley Avenue toward Goffe Street when he was confronted by a man holding a knife. He said the man with the knife said “Happy Halloween” and then stabbed him in the elbow.
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New Haven police say a 27-year-old city man was walking on the street at about 10 p.m. Tuesday when a knife-wielding assailant approached him, said “Happy Halloween,” and stabbed him.
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The victim’s cousin, a 24-year-old Hamden man, was waiting in a nearby car and heard a commotion, so got out and was also stabbed. But he pulled out a gun and shot the assailant in the chest.
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