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Five arrests made in Concord stabbing
CONCORD — Five people have been arrested in connection with a stabbing over the weekend, according to a police press release.
Police said a 24-year-old man was stabbed multiple times Saturday night at 15 Heartwood Lane. He was taken to Concord Hospital with serious, life-threatening injuries, police said.
Andrew Sajko, 18, of Concord, was arrested Tuesday on charges of rioting and resisting arrest, and Tyler Burley, 17, of Concord, was charged Wednesday with assault, rioting, criminal threatening and resisting arrest, police said.
Police provided no other details about the incident, including what prompted charges of rioting against Sajko and Burley. Police also did not release the victim’s name.
According to the release, three people who attempted to hide Burley when police arrived to arrest him, Candace McDonald, 43, of Milford, and Joyce Barron, 22, and Savannah Bouffard, 23, both of Concord, were also charged with hindering apprehension as well as other charges.
Additional arrests are expected, the release said.
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