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Photos by Mari Estrella
Photos by Mari Estrella
Two people were stabbed at a Richmond Hill house party on Aug. 12.

A teenager was arrested on Saturday night for pulling a knife on two men and stabbing them at a Richmond Hill house party, according to police.

Law enforcement sources said fight broke out at a home on 115th Street between Liberty and 106th avenues and involved three men: 17-year-old Michael Jaikaran and two 22-year-old males.

The three got into an altercation at about 10:20 p.m. on Aug. 12 when Jaikaran pulled out a knife and stabbed the victims in the torso, police said.

According to PIX 11, the argument started on Instagram where the brawl was coordinated with one of the men and his girlfriend’s cousin. Jaikaran was charged with second-degree assault.

The victims were taken to Jamaica Hospital in stable condition and the investigation is ongoing.

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The bloody scene inside of 104-25 115 street where one of the victims ran for help at the scene of the multiple stabbing on 115 street and Liberty ave last night, the stabbing victims were across several blocks of Queens. Photos by Mari Estrella. 08/13/17

Several people in handcuffs at the scene of the multiple stabbing on 115 street and Liberty ave last night, the stabbing victims were across several blocks of Queens. Photos by Mari Estrella. 08/13/17

Several people in handcuffs at the scene of the multiple stabbing on 115 street and Liberty ave last night, the stabbing victims were across several blocks of Queens. Photos by Mari Estrella. 08/13/17

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