Pascual Flores, 22, Stabbed to Death During Beer Run in Brooklyn; Bronx Teen Shot Dead
Saturday night's party went on too long for Pascual Flores. The 22-year-old Bronx man was stabbed to death shortly before 4 a.m. Sunday, February 20, in Brooklyn, at Liberty and Sheridan avenues in East New York. Cops say he had left a party with another man to get more beer when they were confronted by the killer. Cops say they don't know what the motive was. Flores was stabbed "in the torso," as the NYPD puts it. His 23-year-old pal, no name released, was slashed in the right thigh; his injuries were said to not be life-threatening. Flores lived at 3013 Matthews Avenue, in Bronxdale.
In other ugly news:
Cops are investigating the death of a woman in her 30s who was found at about 8 a.m. Sunday on Avenue B between 8th and 9th streets in the East Village. She was found unconscious and was DOA at the scene.
A couple of hours later, in an unrelated tragedy up in the Bronx, 16-year-old Jose Miguel Marte was shot to death during a dispute with an unidentified man outside of 365 East 184th Street, in Tremont. The kid was shot once in the chest and once in the stomach. He was DOA at St. Barnabas Hospital. Details of the dispute aren't yet known. What a waste. The kid lived at 1090 Franklin Avenue in Morrisania.
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