Police have learned information about the individuals involved in the early Wednesday morning stabbing of a city man, who remains in critical condition at Albany Medical Center this morning, said Capt. John Sira of Gloversville police.
No arrests have been made in the case yet and nobody has been taken in for questioning as yet, Sira said. There is also no indication one way or another whether the assault was gang- or drug-related, he said.
“We’re still actively looking into it and actively investigating the entire incident,” Sira said. “We’ve made some headway in regards to identifying the people that were involved in it.”
Detectives are not yet releasing the 27-year-old victim’s name, but say he sustained at least two stab wounds that required him to undergo emergency surgery.
Police have talked to a lot of people that were in and around the area of Hamilton Street, where the man was found lying around midnight Wednesday after someone called 911. He was taken to Nathan Littauer Hospital and shortly after flown to Albany Medical Center.
Hamilton Street is between North and Grand streets in Gloversville. Police cordoned off the area where the man was found early Wednesday morning.
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