Four stabbed near homeless shelter, Georgetown law school

Four people were stabbed and wounded Monday morning near a homeless shelter and the Georgetown University law school in Northwest D.C., authorities said.

The incident occurred just before 9:30 a.m. in the 400 block of 2nd Street Northwest, somewhere outside the Community for Creative Non-violence homeless shelter and the law school, authorities said. Officer Tisha Gant, a D.C. police spokeswoman, said four people — three males and a female — were taken to the hospital with stab wounds, but their injuries were not thought to be life threatening.

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Gant said she did not know what precipitated the incident, and she did not have any information on suspects. Kenneth Diggs, a spokesman for D.C.’s Department of General Services, said it was unclear if the victims were from the shelter.

 
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