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Hundreds of Boise residents gathered in Idaho’s capital on Monday, to hold a vigil in honour of the victims of Saturday’s birthday party stabbing, which claimed the life of a three-year old child and left eight other injured.
The incident reportedly took place in an apartment complex, which houses many refugees.
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Boise Idaho Stabbing: Refugee Families in Knife Attack
Boise Stabbing: Some Refugee Families Victims in Knife Attack
The attack, which the police chief described as involving the highest number of people wounded in a single incident in the city’s history, occurred on the evening of June 30, 2018. The motive was not yet clear, but the police chief said it appeared the attacker struck without provocation, and police were not aware of any tie between the suspect and victims.
“Tonight we did have a tragedy occur,” Chief William Bones said in a news conference. The mass stabbing occurred at Wylie Street Station Apartments. The suspect’s name was not yet released. The victims’ identities and nationalities were also not disclosed.
“I would ask for our community’s hearts to go out as I know they will and for their prayers for the families of everybody that’s involved here,” Bones said.
Authorities say seven children were in a Goodyear home when their father John Davis allegedly stabbed their mother to death Thursday night. A neighbor says the children saw it all happen.
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Four people were injured at an Albuquerque church on Sunday when a man leapt from the pews and stabbed choir members.
Police spokesman Robert Gibbs said Lawrence Capener, 24, climbed over several pews at the St. Jude Thaddeus Catholic Church and attacked several people in the choir area with a knife around noon on Sunday. One witness said the man, “was kind of twitchy [and] sketchy looking.” Another witness said the attacker was staring at the lead soloist in the choir before the attack.
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Near the end of mass, Capener got up and started climbing over pews towards the choir. He then punched and repeatedly stabbed the lead choir singer. An off-duty police officer and others at the church helped to subdue the attacker. Authorities are investigating the motive for the stabbings.
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