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5 Arrested in Connection With Attempted Robbery, Stabbing

Five people have been arrested in connection with an attempted robbery and stabbing that happened in Concord, New Hampshire, in September

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    5 Arrested in Connection With Attempted Robbery, Stabbing
    Concord Police Department
    Pierce Osgood (top left) Scott “JR” Perkins (top middle) Trevor Partridge (top right) Douglas Wyman (bottom left) Stephanie Sousa (bottom right)

    Five people have been arrested in connection with an attempted robbery and stabbing that happened in Concord, New Hampshire, in September.

    The incident happened at the Durgin Parking Garage on Sept. 28.

    The five people arrested are as followed, Pierce Osgood, 18, Scott “JR” Perkins, 20, Trevor Partridge, 20, Douglas Wyman, 21, and Stephanie Sousa, 22, all from Concord.

    The suspects were initially identified the night of the incident and formerly charged following an investigation.

    Police believe the suspects targeted the victim because they erroneously believed he had a large amount of cash with him. Police say the suspects worked together to lure him to the garage, where he became suspicious, and was attacked when he attempted to leave. Police say he was stabbed by the three male suspects.

    He suffered serious injuries during the stabbing and is still recovering.

    Osgood was arrested Oct. 7 and was arraigned on Oct. 8. She was previously arrested on Oct. 1 and remained incarcerated during the investigation. She is being held on $25,000 cash bail for all charges.

    Perkins was arrested on Oct. 7 and is being held on $5,000 cash bail.

    Partridge was arrested on Oct. 8 and was released on $7,000 personal recognizance bail.

    Wyman was arrested on Oct. 9 and was released on $8,000 personal recognizance bail.

    Sousa was arrested on Oct. 9 and was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail.

    The investigation is ongoing.

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