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2 more facing charges in relation to ESU stabbing

EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. - Two more individuals are facing charges in relation to an attack that injured an East Stroudsburg University student at the end of January. 

Police report Quincy Kiyelle Rhoden and Jamari Elijah Dortch are facing charges of aggravated assault and criminal conspiracy. Shavelle Leroy Mills, Dyshawn Tyrone Mack, and Tyrone Richard Wilkins have also been named by police and are facing the same charges.

The incident occurred Jan. 31 when Shaquwan Davis-Boone, 19, was walking home from the gym. He told investigators several people came up to him and they got into a physical altercation. He suffered two stab wounds and was transported to the hospital. 

This leaves five out of six suspects facing charges, according to the university. 


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