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Cops seek second teen suspect in triple stabbing at Jamaica station

Police had previously released this image of another suspect in connection with a stabbing incident on the J train platform in Jamaica earlier this week. Images courtesy NYPD
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JAMAICA — Police released a surveillance image showing a second teen wanted in connection with a triple stabbing at a Jamaica subway station earlier this month.

A fight on the J train platform at the Parsons-Archer subway station broke out Feb. 4 and sent three teens to the hospital with various stab wounds, according to the NYPD.

Last week, the NYPD released an image of the first of the two teens wanted in connection with the alleged attack.

The fight allegedly involved two groups of youngsters, police said.

As of Wednesday evening, no arrests had been made, according to the NYPD.

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daley from jamaica says:
Most likely those kids are from the NYCHA South Jamaica Projects. Those kids there are starving and some live in the streets. They will do anything for a dollar. This black on black crime has to stop. It makes no sense. They are encouraged by gangs like the bloods and crIps which I feel those gangs need to be abolished. I hope these punks get caught and spend a lot of time in jail. Those who are out here in NY committing crimes, you are useless and laws should be tougher in violent offenders. Pitiful!!
Feb. 14, 2013, 8:54 pm
john from jamaica says:
i am pleading with the major,
please, please, please save our children from the crime and voilence.
This is america not some 3rd wrld country, with no resources. the world is looking on america and how we deals withn issues. please tryn to get it done.
Feb. 19, 2013, 1:27 am

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