Stabbing on Fisherville Road

Concord Police were called to a report of a stabbing at a home on 159 Fisherville Road at around 6:45 p.m. on Nov. 8.

At one point, eight cruisers were at the scene, attempting to track down the suspect who was reportedly found at a neighboring home, according to scanner chatter.

Police spent about 30 minutes investigating the incident and later, found a knife on a picnic table at the home.

A victim was treated by Concord Fire and Rescue teams at the scene and later, transported to Horseshoe Pond walk-in care by a parent around 7 p.m. 

Concord NH Patch will follow-up this post with more information when it becomes available.

Sarah Ball Ziegler November 09, 2013 at 11:50 AM
Whatever.. "if the police were the stabber"....hope police haters don't ever need help. .don't deserve it!!!
Brian Blackden November 09, 2013 at 03:03 PM
Don't want it, especially after they robbed me and got charged with class B Misdemeanors instead of felony robbery like anyone else would. Its called class warfare and manipulation of the system. As far as being labeled a police hater, grow up, I served in law enforcement and Internal Affairs, if anyone has a right to call the corrupt out its me. And I called it, he got charged with a felony, and the Manchester cop who ran over the two kids and left them for dead was charged with a misdemeanor instead of felony Conduct After an Accident like anyone else would have. And the other Manchester cop smashing into someone drunk who was prosecuted here in Merrimack County? County time with immediate work release, and you think I make this stuff up? You are misinformed, ignorant, oblivious, or protective because of a personal relationship. The other thing you are is wrong. You can have my protection I actually do deserve constitutionlly but won't ever get. God Bless.
Marcia Blackman November 10, 2013 at 10:36 PM
In any case, this is a couple of house up from me in what used to be a home owned by a state police officer. It is now part of Cheneys row that he has turned into slums until he can unload all those acres to the highest bidder. I have called police untold times on the people in question here and always have gotten same old rhetoric and no action. This is what happens when you let the punks get away with anything and everything.
Marcia Blackman November 14, 2013 at 05:20 PM
News flash. The stabbing victim just walked past me while I was on my porch. He was yelling curses and spitting at me. The stabber was walking around the other day with his mother. The whole happy family is back in the same house together, nothing has changed for me here. My neighborhood is gone forever. Good luck for the future of Concord and Penacook. It is very sad to see a community crumble right before my eyes.


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