This story has been updated from it's original version. We updated it at
12:42 p.m. because Waterbury Police have identified the victim.
say: The victim from the murder has been positively identified as
Brandon Feliciano, 17, of Meriden. The victim with non-life-threatening
injuries has been identified as Jeffrey Gomez, 33, of Waterbury. Gomez
remains in stable condition at a Waterbury hospital.
of Tuesday afternoon, Waterbury police continue to search for a city
man who will face faces murder charges after being accused of stabbing a
man to death in the Brooklyn section of the city Monday night.
Police issued a press release Tuesday saying they have obtained an
arrest warrant to charge Philip Grundy, 39, of 18 James St., with murder
and first-degree assault.
The incident occurred at 6 p.m. Monday when a fight broke out in the street.
investigation determined that Grundy was involved in a fight with two
men, during which he stabbed one man in the lower back and then stabbed
the second man in the chest," Acting Deputy Chief Christopher Corbett
states in a news release.
He said one victim suffered
non-life-threatening injuries but that another was transported by
ambulance to Saint Mary's Hospital, where he died a short time later.
release states that it appears the fight stemmed from an earlier
dispute between one of a girlfriend of one of the victims and Grundy's
girlfriend. Grundy fled prior to police arrival and police are currently
searching for him.
Anyone with information about Grundy’s whereabouts is asked to call the Waterbury Police Department immediately at 203.574.6920.
The identities of the victims are not being released at this time.
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