2 stabbed, 1 hit with brick at Springfield party
May. 06, 2013
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — The uninvited guests who crashed a high school graduation party in Springfield over the weekend, stabbing two guests and hitting the host in the head with a brick, picked the wrong house.
The home is owned by a retired Springfield police officer who vowed that the culprits would be captured.
Homeowner Anthony Trabal says the crashers "are going to get caught and justice will be held."
Two people were stabbed, one in the abdomen, the other in the hand at about 1 a.m. Sunday. A third victim, Trabal's son, sustained a head injury after being hit by a brick.
One or more suspects were seen leaving the party in a white, two-door Toyota Solara, but they remained at large as of Monday morning.