Police continue to investigate downtown stabbing

By Dave Greber
By Amy Khuu
By Erika Mahoney

January 19, 2014 Updated Jan 20, 2014 at 12:48 AM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Binghamton police said Sunday they are searching for three people who they believe were at the scene of Friday's downtown stabbing.

Police identified the stabbing victim Sunday as Kendu Johnson, 30, Binghamton. They said he suffered a stab wound to his chest. He was taken to Wilson Hospital and listed in critical condition.

Police said they are trying to identify three individuals who appear in surveillance video at the library just before the stabbing occurred.

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Police said two individuals appear to be black men and one appears to be a Hispanic man carrying a plastic shopping bag. It also appears all three were using their cell phones.

If anyone recognizes these men, you are asked to call Binghamton police at (607)772-7080.

Emergency responders were called just before 4:20 p.m. Friday to the 200 block of Court Street for a man who was bleeding on the ground.

Binghamton police said the stabbing happened in the parking lot of the Broome County Library.

The crime scene stretched further down Court Street, and reporters on the scene said crime tape was seen at the Phelps Mansion and near the Broome County Library. Authorities on the scene said those areas were roped off because of an apparent blood trail.

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