A Sunday afternoon trip to the corner store turned violent for a 23-year-old man.
A Sunday afternoon trip to the corner store turned violent for a 23-year-old man when he was accosted on the street and stabbed in the chest, police said.
The Warner Avenue man suffered a non life-threatening wound to the left side of his chest around 12:45 p.m. when a man tried robbing him after leaving a grocery store at the corner of Warner Avenue and Martin Luther King Drive, a police report indicates.
When officers responded to the victim’s home, police noted he was upset and that he “wanted treatment and to leave him the f— alone,” according to the report.
The man’s wife told police the attack happened as he was leaving a grocery store at the corner, the report states.
Police canvassed the area for the man who allegedly stabbed the victim, but were unable to find him. No crime scene was located, except for blood stains found inside the victim’s living room and on his bedroom door, police said.
The condition of the victim was not included in the police report, which described the man’s injury as being a “superficial wound.”
Source:: New Jersey Real -Time News