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Suspect who attacked man at Airsoft game stabbed him six times, police say

Suspect who attacked man at Airsoft game stabbed him six times, police say

CARMEL — On Monday, the Bedford Hills man Justin Pagan, 20, was named as the suspect by the Town of Carmel Police in connection with the stabbing of a man last Sunday during an Airsoft game at the Paladin Center Campus on Seminary Hill Road.

According to the police, Pagan allegedly brandished a fixed blade knife during the altercation and stabbed the Mount Vernon victim, 33, six times in the chest and torso.Pagan sliced his own hand unintentionally while using the knife to attack the victim, according to the police.

For medical care, both men were sent to Danbury Hospital. Pagan was hauled into custody by detectives from Carmel Police after being freed shortly after.

He was arraigned, sent to the Putnam County Jail without posting a $300,000 bond or $150,000 cash bail, and charged with attempted murder, assault, and criminal possession of a firearm.

According to the authorities, the victim’s lung collapsed as a result of the assault in addition to multiple knife wounds.

According to authorities, he is still in a stable condition at Danbury Hospital.


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