2008-12-05 / Top Stories

Stabbing Sends Victim To SJEH

By Miriam Rosenberg

Police cordon off the area where the stabbing took place. Police cordon off the area where the stabbing took place. The intersection of Beach 20 Street and Elk Street became a crime scene Wednesday morning when two men allegedly pulled another from his van and attacked him from behind, stabbing the victim several times and sending him to St. John's Episcopal Hospital.

A source in Queens District Attorney Richard Brown's office said that Franklin Beverly, 20, told police that Lavoy Savage, 27, from Long Beach held him from behind as Lincoln Watson, 22, of Grasmere Terrace slashed him multiple times in the chest and back at approximately 10:30 a.m on December 3. According to a source, both suspects were arrested at Watson's home, 656 Grasmere Terrace a short time after the attack. Beverly was taken to SJEH where he received 16 stitches for his wounds.

According to the district attorney's office the suspects, who had not been arraigned as of press time, were to be charged with assault in the second degree, assault in the third and harassment in the second degree.

Police escort one of the alleged suspects into the 101 Precinct. Police escort one of the alleged suspects into the 101 Precinct. The second of two suspects is brought into the 101 Precinct. The second of two suspects is brought into the 101 Precinct. The suspects were arrested at the home of one of the suspects, Lincoln Watson. The suspects were arrested at the home of one of the suspects, Lincoln Watson.

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