Two stabbed in Neptune during a fight at McDonalds


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NEPTUNE, NJ – The McDonald’s parking lot was host to a knife fight Wednesday evening.

On 4/27/20 at approximately 5pm, the Neptune Township Police Department was dispatched to the parking lot of the McDonald’s located at 9 SH 35 in Neptune for a reported stabbing. Neptune officers arrived on the scene within one minute of the initial call.

Upon arrival, the mutual combatants were separated. Quron Patterson, 23 years old of Neptune and Kironn Hamilton, 31 years old of Neptune both suffered from minor stab wounds believed to have been caused by one another while fighting.

Neither injury was life-threatening.

Patterson and Hamilton were transported to Jersey Shore University Medical Center to be treated for their injuries. Upon release from JSUMC, both subjects were remanded to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution early Wednesday morning where they will be held in accordance with bail reform. Both men were charged with Aggravated Assault, Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purpose and Unlawful Possession of a Weapon. Hamilton was additionally charged with Criminal Mischief

.This matter is an active investigation being conducted by the Neptune Township Police Department. Anyone who has any additional information regarding this incident is urged to contact Neptune Township Police Detective Bryan Taylor at (732) 988-8000 x422.

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