24-year-old man dies in Quincy stabbing, district lawyer says

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24-year-old man dies in Quincy stabbing, district attorney says

A Massachusetts man has died of his injuries after he was stabbed in Quincy, according to Norolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey.Authorities said the stabbing happened Friday night in a parking lot near the intersection of Hancock and Woodbine streets in the city’s Wollaston neighborhood.People who knew the victim told police of the stabbing at about 10:45 p.m., Morrissey said.The victim, identified as 24-year-old Cameron Nohmy, was transported to Boston Medical Center but did not survive his injuries.“We know that there were witnesses to this brief altercation,” Morrissey said in a statement. “We need anyone with information about this incident to be in contact with Quincy police at 617-745-5721 or the Massachusetts State Police at 617-593-8840 immediately.” According to Morrissey, Nohmy is a Quincy resident but noted that he previously lived in Milton.Investigators worked through the night collecting potential evidence and processing the scene.Quincy Police Department detectives and state police detectives assigned to the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office are investigating the stabbing.

A Massachusetts man has died of his injuries after he was stabbed in Quincy, according to Norolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey.

Authorities said the stabbing happened Friday night in a parking lot near the intersection of Hancock and Woodbine streets in the city’s Wollaston neighborhood.

People who knew the victim told police of the stabbing at about 10:45 p.m., Morrissey said.

The victim, identified as 24-year-old Cameron Nohmy, was transported to Boston Medical Center but did not survive his injuries.

“We know that there were witnesses to this brief altercation,” Morrissey said in a statement. “We need anyone with information about this incident to be in contact with Quincy police at 617-745-5721 or the Massachusetts State Police at 617-593-8840 immediately.”

According to Morrissey, Nohmy is a Quincy resident but noted that he previously lived in Milton.

Investigators worked through the night collecting potential evidence and processing the scene.

Quincy Police Department detectives and state police detectives assigned to the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office are investigating the stabbing.