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S U N Y Oswego student, stabbed outside Shineman Center earlier this morning, is in stable condition at Upstate. Police are actively investigating.

Earlier this morning, the County 911 Center received a call regarding a fight in progress on Washington Blvd, adjacent to SUNY Oswego's Shineman Center. Upon University Police officers arrival, they found an 18-year-old freshman male had been assaulted and stabbed four times in the shoulder. SAVAC and Menter ambulance responded and the victim was transported to Upstate Medical University Hospital. His injuries do not appear life threatening.   Witnesses state four males all wearing dark clothing with Hoodies pulled over their heads, exited a dark colored 4-door Honda before assaulting the victim. The car, driven by a female, was last seen heading east on Washington Blvd towards the City of Oswego.

The incident may have stemmed from a dispute earlier in the night that occurred at the American Legion, 69 West Bridge Street, Oswego.

State University Police are requesting anyone with information contact them at 315-312-5555 or use the department's electronic tip line

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