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NJ Man Charged for Violent Stabbing Incident that Injured Three Victims


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Authorities in Gloucester County announced that on Friday, October 27, at approximately 11:22 p.m., officers from the Glassboro Police Department were dispatched to Oakwood Avenue for the report of three individuals who had been stabbed.

Upon arrival, officials stated, they discovered three adult males from Brick suffering knife wounds.

Two victims were transported to Cooper Hospital in Camden, while the third was transported to Inspira Hospital in Mullica Hill, officials say.

Authorities say a joint investigation was initiated by the Glassboro Police Department and the GCPO, rapidly leading to the identification of a suspect.

According to officials, several hours later, the New Jersey State Police stopped 20-year-old Michael Hill of Cherry Hill walking on the shoulder of nearby Route 55.

Hill was taken into custody and has been charged with three counts of Aggravated Assault, Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purpose, and Possession of a Weapon, officials said.

Officials say Hill was processed and then lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility pending further proceedings.

This investigation remains ongoing at this time.