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Stamford Man Stabbed Multiple Times, in 'Fair' Condition

Police say a man with stab wounds to his face, arm and hand and his teen son gave conflicting accounts of an attack by a suspect or suspects armed with a knife.

At approximately 11:08 p.m. Thursday night, police responded to reports that a man had been stabbed in the area of Forest and Pleasant streets, authorities said Friday morning.

Authorities arriving at the scene discovered a 44-year-old man with multiple stab wounds to his face, arm and hand, according to police. They also said the man's 18-year-old son was on-scene with a superficial wound to his head.

The man reportedly told police a hispanic male who'd been drinking with several others on his block had attacked him after he'd asked them to quiet down, police said, though they explained the man's son gave a conflicting account and the son's story involved white males as the suspects.

The man was admitted to Stamford Hospital in fair condition. The man's son was not being cooperative and refused assistance at the scene, police said.

The incident remains under investigation.

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Four females were ticketed at the mall for causing a disturbance, police said Friday.

According to authorities, the incident stemmed from an ongoing dispute between the girls, who reportedly get into a fight every time they see each other, police said.

Angela Monique Grant, 20, of Chapel St. in Norwalk, Ashley Lyons, 21, of Beverly Dr. in NY, Moore Niquay, 18, of Richards Ave. in Norwalk, and Jennifer Prince, 19, of Aberdeen St., all face charges of disorderly conduct.

They were ticketed and released at the scene, according to police.

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Eric Leaverne Cooper, 18, of Clinton Ave., was charged Thursday night with sexual assault for having consensual relations with an underage victim and risk of injury to a child.

Cooper allegedly had relations with a 15-year-old girl and was beyond the 3-year overlap age at the time of the incident. The girl's mother filed the complaint, police said.

Cooper turned himself in to police, they said.

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Other Arrests

Juan Cruz, 56, Leads St., was charged Thursday night with illegal operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs and alcohol and operating a motor vehicle while using a cellphone.

Gilmer O. DeLArosa-Vasquez, 24, of Pacific St., was charged Thursday evening with illegally operating a motor vehicle repair shop.

Keith Harper, 47, of Randall Ave. in Bridgeport, was charged  Thursday evening with breach of peace.

Gerard Raheneen Myrthil, 31, of Green St., was charged Thursday night with failure to appear.

Tara Palompelli, 33, of MacArthur Ln., was charged Thursday afternoon with violation of a protective order.

Roman Rudolph Plepla, 54, of Leonard St., was charged Thursday night with breach of peace.

Christina Randall, 18, of Apple Tree Ln., was charged Thursday night with larceny.

Leonel Sandoval, 35, of Robn East Square in Norwalk, was charged Thursday afternoon with not having a permit for placing building materials on street.

Mary E. Valdovinos, 20, of Kettle Rd. in Norwalk, was charged Thursday night with larceny, possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of narcotics.

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