Two Men Stabbed at Eldridge Street Karaoke Lounge

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Two people were stabbed during a dispute inside the Hi Speed Internet Cafe & Karaoke Lounge at 39 Eldridge St. last night.

It happened at around 11:15 p.m. According to Channel 7, an 18-year-old man was stabbed in the torso and a 20-year-old male was stabbed in the arm. They were both taken to Bellevue Hospital and are in stable condition. No arrests have been made as of yet.

Channel 4 reports that cops are searching for a suspect. The victims were stabbed by some sort of sharp object. it has not been recovered.

The karaoke lounge is located on the third floor of 39 Eldridge. There’s a preschool on the ground floor.

UPDATE 10:15 a.m. The Post reports that the victims and the suspect were feuding over gambling.

Fight Leads to Stabbing Outside The Delancey Bar Last Night

Delancey Street, between Clinton Street and Attorney streets.

Delancey Street, between Clinton Street and Attorney streets.

One person was taken to the hospital with stab wounds last night after a fight erupted inside The Delancey bar, 168 Delancey St., and spilled onto the sidewalk.

Police tape this morning is blocking the vacant storefront just to the west of the night spot. There’s a considerable amount of blood still on the ground, as police continue to collect evidence.

According to the 7th Precinct, a suspect was arrested. The victim was stabbed in the ear, neck and head.

More details as they become available…

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Woman Found Stabbed to Death in Eldridge Street Apartment

Lower East Side Man Sentenced For 2008 Killing of Wife

Man Stabbed on Henry Street Early Tuesday

Suspect in Fatal Queens Hate Crime Also Stabbed Man on Lower East Side

A suspect who fatally stabbed a man in Queens this week also knifed a victim on the Lower East Side during an incident last week.  The LES attack was not fatal.

30-40 Men Involved in East Broadway Fight; One Person Stabbed

A large fight ended in the stabbing of a man on East Broadway last night. Late into the evening, police were still determining how it all began.

F Train Passenger Stabbed at Essex Street Saturday Night

A man was stabbed aboard an F train at Essex Street late Saturday night, the Post reports. The incident happened around 4:20 a.m.

Police say there are two suspects. Officers boarded the train in Brooklyn, at Church Avenue, but did not find the men.

The victim was taken to New York Presbyterian Hospital, where he was treated for the stab wound and released. Police did not release his name.

Breaking: Man Stabbed at 250 Clinton Street

There’s more violence to report this morning. A man was rushed to Bellevue Hospital after being stabbed.  The incident happened around 6 a.m., at the LaGuardia public housing complex, 250 Clinton Street (near Cherry).

The victim is expected to survive.  No suspect is in custody, but police are on the scene.

More to come…

Crime Victim Fights Back, Stabbed by iPhone Thief

From this morning’s New York Post Police Blotter:

A knife-wielding hood stabbed a man during a botched robbery in Chinatown yesterday. The 24-year-old victim was on Forsyth Street near Delancey Street at 1:20 a.m. when the punk tried to swipe his iPod. The victim fought back, only to be stabbed by the thug, who ran off. The victim was treated and released from Bellevue Hospital.

Follow-up: Stabbing, Rescue on Henry Street

Yesterday we noted a brief item in the Post about an incident that occurred on Henry Street (near Clinton) Saturday morning.

In the story, “Stabbed Man Stuck on Roof,”  the newspaper reported: “A Lower East Side man was stabbed in the chest and had to be lowered from a roof by cops and firemen… The victim… rushed up the stairwell covered with blood… When emergency workers arrived, he was on the roof of an adjacent building.”

A Lo-Down reader sent us these photos yesterday. We’re told the man was apparently distraught and the stab would was self-inflicted. Emergency crews had to lower the victim to the ground, as you see here, because the stairwell was too narrow to bring him down in the stretcher. The man is hospitalized in stable condition.  It looks like he’ll make it through.

Given the circumstances of this story, we will not be publishing the man’s name. But a lot of people saw the ordeal and a lot more read about it, so we wanted to let you know more about what happened.

Stabbing on Henry Street

In a bit of non-hurricane news this morning, the New York Post is reporting that a neighborhood resident was stabbed in the chest yesterday, and had to be rescued from a roof on Henry Street, between Clinton and Montgomery. From the Post:

A Lower East Side man was stabbed in the chest yesterday and had to be lowered from a roof by cops and firemen, authorities and witnesses said.

The victim, who lives on the first floor of 221 Henry St., rushed up the stairwell covered with blood at about 11:45 a.m.

When emergency workers arrived, he was on the roof of an adjacent building.

 

Man Stabbed Near Rutgers and Cherry Streets

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Tonight about 7:30 p.m., a male victim was stabbed near the intersection of Cherry and Rutgers streets. A NYPD spokesman says a man, in his mid-30’s, was rushed to Bellevue Hospital. He is expected to survive.  No other information is being released this evening; an investigation is ongoing; no arrests have been made. DNA Info reported the victim is in stable condition.

LES Rapper “Tru Life” Sentenced to 10 Years

Lower East Side rapper “Tru Life” has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for his role in the fatal stabbing of a man outside a Manhattan apartment complex almost two years ago. The former Jay-Z protege, who’s real name is Roberto Rosado, and his brother accepted a plea deal in connection with second-degree murder, gang assault and assault charges.

Prosecutors said 20-year old Christopher Guerrero was killed at the end of a violent evening in June of 2009. The trouble began hours earlier in a Midtown night club after alleged LES drug dealer Michael Slater was shot in the stomach.

The ordeal shook up residents of the housing developments along Avenues C and D, where escalating violence was considered then (and still is now) a growing concern.

Rosado’s brother, Marcus, was sentenced to 12 years. Under the terms of the deal, neither man can appeal.