Wednesday, June 20, 2007

My friend asks for prayers for her son

I have permission to put this article here in my journal from one of the people who were hurt during this. her son is Joesph Jacoby. She asks for prayers for her son. He may lose his muscle in his forearm and 2 fingers on same arm due to this tragedy. He lost allot of blood and surgery took 2 hours to stop the bleeding. Sarah (joeys mom) is one of my very good friends. We use to go to bingo together, shopping and she comes over here sometimes to stay the weekend.

Burlington County Times
Local News | Local Sports


Police charge Cinna. man, 19, in 4 stabbings


By LAURI SHEIBLEY
Burlington County Times

Police charge Cinna. man, 19, in 4 stabbings

DELANCO — Police charged a Cinnaminson man with attempted murder yesterday in connection with the stabbings of four people during an altercation on Hawk Island, police said.

Thomas J. Darmo, 19, of Adams Street was lodged in Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly yesterday with bail set at $500,000, according to the Delanco Police Department.

Police received a report of a stabbing on Hawk Island off Vine Street around 11:15 p.m. Monday, police said. When police responded, they found 10 people at the scene.

Four people had suffered stab wounds, police said.

Albert Overman, 21, of Edgewater Park was flown to Cooper University Hospital in Camden, according to a police news release.

Joseph Jacoby, 21, of Riverside and two juveniles from Delanco and Edgewater Park were taken to Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County in Willingboro. Police said Jacoby was later transferred to Cooper University Hospital.

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None of the injuries was life threatening, police said.

Darmo was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, terroristic threats, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and possession of a prohibited weapon, police said.

Delanco police and the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office yesterday were investigating the cause of the fight and the circumstancessurrounding the stabbings.

Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Don Nesbitt at (856) 461-0357.

16 comments:

  1. Sending prayers up. May God in all His mercy...bless this child.
    Sugar

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  2. Sending prayers!
    Missie

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  3. OMG !!!Stabbings are getting far too much here over the pond now.Every day there are so  many in the news.England never used to be like this,I fear for my Grandchildren all the time growing up in this such terrible world.I will say prayers for the poor families of the victims of this crime.Take Care God Bless Kath
    Astoriasand http://journals.aol.co.uk/astoriasand/MYSIMPLERHYMES

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  4. That is horrible to hear about your friends son :(
    sending prayers
    emily

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  5. Oh just aweful, you can count on my prayers :)
    hugs
    Sis

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  6. OMG... prayers on the way!!!! How awful!

    be well,
    Dawn
    http://journals.aol.com/princesssaurora/CarpeDiem/

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  7. Cindy that is just so awful ~ my prayers are with him ~ Ally x

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  8. Prayers going up for Joseph. Helen

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  9. seraphoflove9001June 20, 2007 at 1:36 PM

    Prayers going up.
    Lisa

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  10. prayers already sent up sissy

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  11. praying for all:)

    Deb

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  12. Prayers for Joseph, of course.
    Let us hope for the best.

    Morgan
    xxxxx

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  13. prayers for him and family

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  14. i will add him to my prayers. This world is a scary place.
    love,lj

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  15. omg that's awful, sending prayers my way.

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  16. Cindy, Sending up prayers for Joseph, Hugs Lisa

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