Troy Police investigating stabbing, injuring one man, shooting now ruled as a homicide


UPDATE: Troy Police say the shooting victim has died as a result of his injuries and the stabbing victim, identified as a 36-year-old Troy resident, has an improved medical condition and is recovering at a local hospital.

Police have now changed the shooting case to a homicide investigation. The victim has not yet been identified although police say he is a male who looks to be in his late teens.

At this time police have made no arrests regarding both cases, however police say they have a few leads they are looking into.

Detectives are encouraging anyone with any information relating to either case to call Detectives at (518)-270-4427.

TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) –Troy Police are investigating two incidents involving a stabbing as well as a shooting which both occurred Friday night

Troy Police say the stabbing happened around 10 p.m. near 5th Ave. and 109th St. A man was reportedly stabbed by another man who is said to have fled the scene in a U-Haul truck. No further description was given. The victim was treated on scene and taken to Albany Med by members of the Troy Fire Department.

Police say the second incident happened on Swift St. between 6th and 7th Ave. around 10:45 p.m. A man was reportedly shot in the torso and said to be in grave condition. He was taken by members of the Troy Fire Department to a local hospital.

Police say there is no suspect information on the shooting assailant at this time. Detectives and Evidence Technicians were on scene. No additional information has been given at this time.

This is a developing story with additional information being released as it becomes available.

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