Witnesses Sought After Fatal Stabbing In Quincy


QUINCY, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Authorities in Quincy are asking for witnesses to come forward after an altercation led to a fatal stabbing Friday night.

According to Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey, the stabbing occurred in a parking lot near the intersection of Hancock Street and Woodbine Street. Associates of the victim notified police of the incident at around 10:45 p.m.

The victim, 24-year old Cameron Nohmy, of Quincy but previously of Milton, was transported to the Boston Medical Center but did not survive his injuries.

Detectives from State and Quincy Police and State Police Crime Scene Services worked through the night collecting potential evidence and processing the scene.

“We know that there were witnesses to this brief altercation,” District Attorney Morrissey said. “We need anyone with information about this incident to be in contact with the Quincy Police at 617-745-5721 or Massachusetts State Police at 617-593-8840 immediately.”

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