Ledyard police continue to investigate weekend stabbing

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Ledyard — Police continue to investigate the stabbing of three people late Saturday night during a disturbance at a home at 5 Wolf Ridge Gap.

The home was the same location where someone was shot in the buttocks and another stabbed in the torso on Nov. 22, 2008 during a house party.

Police said the main aggressors arrested in 2008 remain incarcerated, but are investigating to see if there are any connections to Saturday’s incident.               

Police said they received a report at 11:51 p.m. Saturday of a large gathering where a disturbance had occurred. Three people were transported by ambulance to the hospital. Police have yet to identify the sex or age of the victims. The home is owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe.

The incident is being investigated by Ledyard police and the state police Major Crime Squad.


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