Man Stabbed in Face During Soccer Match at Trailblazers Academy

A soccer match was taking place at the time, but police are still investigating whether or not the two events were related.

According to Stamford Police, a 22-year-old man was stabbed in the face at Trailblazers Academy Sunday afternoon.

The school was hosting a soccer league game, but Capt. Brian McElligott said police weren't sure the incident was related to the event.

At approximately 2:25 p.m. on March 3, officers responded and found the victim had bee stabbed in the face with a small knife and the suspect had since fled.

McElligott said police have some "pretty good leads" in regards to who their adult suspect might be, but no arrests have yet been made as the case remains under investigation. McElligott said he is hopeful an ID and arrest would be forthcoming in the near future.

He said the victim was treated and released from Stamford Hospital following the incident, stating the victim did not sustain any serious injuries.


Stamford Arrests

Retibi Abdelilah, 40, of Westwood Dr., charged early Monday with disorderly conduct and third-degree assault.

Reginald Le'Conde Callands, 38, of Pacific St., charged Sunday morning with first-degree criminal trespass and failure to keep narcotics in an organized container.

John Evans, 56, of Ocean Dr. East, charged Sunday night with two counts second-degree failure to appear.

Gerald Flynn, 55, of Meadow Park Ave., charged early Monday with disorderly conduct, risk of injury to a child and interfering with an emergency call.

Ricardo Augustine Georges, 23, of Ivy St., charged Sunday afternoon with possession of a controlled substance and sale of a controlled substance.

Amanda Jovita Greeen, 26, of Green St., charged early Monday with second-degree failure to appear.

Gustavo Adolfo Ortiz, 31, of E. Main St., charged Sunday morning with third-degree assault, disorderly conduct and third-degree criminal mischief.

Jean Rodriguez-Alverez, 25, of Knickerbocker Ave., charged Sunday night with disorderly conduct and risk of injury to a child.


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