MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. – Four people were injured in two separate and unrelated stabbing incidents over the weekend in Mount Vernon, police said.
According to police, on Friday, while investigating a separate incident, officers found three men stabbed outside of the Mount Vernon Catering Hall on Third Avenue.
The victims included a pair of teenagers from New Rochelle and Mount Vernon and a 20-year-old resident of the city. None of their injuries were life threatening, police said. The trio was stabbed in a fight at the club.
Early on Sunday morning, a Mount Vernon resident was treated for stab wounds to his head, back and tricep. The victim claimed he was stabbed by another man near the intersection of Franklin Avenue and Sandford Boulevard.
Police are also investigating a third incident to determine if an intoxicated man who was treated for stab wounds at Mount Vernon Hospital on Saturday was also the victim of a stabbing. It remains unknown how he sustained the wounds, though it is believed they came from a knife.
No one has been charged in any of the stabbings. This is the second time someone has suffered stab wounds at the Mount Vernon Catering Hall this summer.
According to police, the investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information can call the Detective Division at (914) 665-2510 or place an anonymous tip at (914) 665-2588.
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