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Fourth Suspect Identified in Mesa Stabbing Case

One Victim Remains in the Hospital with Serious Injuries


Friday, April 20, 2012
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The fourth suspect arrested for the April 13 stabbing incident on the Mesa has been publicly identified. Devin Kelley, 24, is charged with assault with a deadly weapon and violating parole. Police had previously withheld his name and charges during the initial stages of their investigation.

The other three suspects are: Sean Crane, 23, charged with attempted murder; Eddie Mesa, 23, charged with accessory to attempted murder; and Michael Hardy, 22, charged with assault with a deadly weapon and violating parole. All four men are in custody. Their mug shots are not being released, police said.

The stabbing took place during a house party at 1037 Del Mar Avenue. Two victims were wounded, one seriously. He remains at Cottage Hospital. “Citing concern for their safety, the family of the hospitalized victim has requested that his name not be released,” said a police spokesperson. “Likewise, the second victim has also requested that his name not be released.”

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Another example of testosterone poisoning flooding a brain lacking enough white matter. Idiots. Have fun in prison, you punks.

Draxor (anonymous profile)
April 23, 2012 at 9:54 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Here's a classic example of the Sesame St. song "3 of these things belong together, 1 of these things is not right...":

Devin Kelley, 24, charged with assault with a deadly weapon and violating parole.
Sean Crane, 23, charged with attempted murder.
Eddie Mesa, 23, charged with accessory to attempted murder.
Michael Hardy, charged with assault with a deadly weapon and violating parole.

So I gotta ask, how many of you hang out @ alcohol serving parties w/ parolees? That's kind of like inviting trouble, you just KNOW they're gonna act up :) henry

hank (anonymous profile)
April 24, 2012 at 11:03 a.m. (Suggest removal)

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