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Police Investigates Stabbing

HARTFORD — Police on Saturday were investigating a stabbing incident on that sent one man to the hospital.

Police said the victim was found in the area of Wethersfield Avenue and Wyllys Street around 5:30 a.m. with stab wounds to the torso and neck.

He was then taken to Hartford Hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries, police said..

Police said they have not made any arrests in the case.


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Domestic Violence Advocates Lobby For Tougher Laws

HARTFORD — Domestic Violence advocates are asking lawmakers to change the law so that people who violate protective orders are ordered to wear a GPS monitoring device.

The call to toughen the law comes on the one year aniversary death of  a University of Hartford graduate student, Tiana Notice.

Notice was a victim of domestic violence when she was stabbed to death on Valentine’s Day.

Police arrested her ex-boyfriend, James Carter, for her death and also  charged him with violating his restraining order.

Notice’s father, Alvin, was at the Capitol today.  He said the written restraining order did nothing for his daughter.
“We need a little bit more than just a piece of paper,”  he said.

State Rep. Ken Green is helping to pass such a bill, which will force those with a protective order to wear a GPS device, which will alert probation officers of their location.

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Stabbing Victim Indentified

HARTFORD — Police has identified a Hartford man who died after he was stabbed and hit by a car on Christmas Day at the corner of Garden Street and Homestead Avenue.

The victim, Barry Santiago, 22, of no known address in Hartford, died at about 12: 51 a.m. before reaching a hospital, police said.

Police said Santiago was stabbed in the stomach before he staggered into the intersection at Garden Street and Homestead Avenue. Shortly after, he was hit by one or more vehicles and pronounced dead on the scene by ambulance personnel.

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