Police respond to fatal stabbing in Gloversville


GLOVERSVILLE, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Members of the Gloversville Police Department responded Saturday night to a reported stabbing in progress which left one man dead.

Police say they were dispatched to 37 East Tenth Avenue just before 9:30 p.m. Once on scene, officers found and immediately responded to a man inside a large warehouse building that had been stabbed and needed immediate medical attention.

Officers interviewed several bystanders and checked the building and surrounding area for potential suspects shortly before additional help arrived on scene. The victim was given lifesaving efforts and taken to Nathan Littauer Hospital where he later died, according to police.

Police say while they were still on scene, Fulton County Dispatch started receiving multiple calls about potential suspects in different areas of the City. With the help of additional agencies, Officers responded to the calls and stopped, detained, and interviewed those described by the callers.

Several witnesses to the incident were found as a result of the interviews, however, police say the suspect was not found.

On April 29, members of the City of Gloversville Police Department Detective Division arrested Ja’Quah McCall, 19, related to Mr. Guzek’s homicide. Ja’Quah McCall is a resident of Albany. McCall has been charged with Conspiracy in the First Degree. Gloversville Police Department Detectives say that McCall, being over 18 years of age, conspired with someone under the age of 16 to commit the felony.

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