Busy overnight for Syracuse police, with an armed robbery, 2 shootings and a stabbing

Investigators busy on four serious incidents between Friday night and early Saturday morning

Syracuse Police investigators have a busy Saturday, with four serious, unsolved incidents from overnight:

~An armed robbery at the Family Dollar Store at 220 South Geddes, Friday night 9:15pm

~An apparent shooting, 12:18am Saturday morning. The victim arrived at Upstate University Hospital, shot in the calf.

~A stabbing, at 100 Warner Ave. The 25-year old woman has cuts on her head, shoulder and arm, in the 1:16am incident.

~A shooting at 624 Cannon Street, involving two sisters and two men. One woman was shot in the stomach at 4:10am.

The details:

In the South Geddes Street armed robbery, police say the suspect hid in The Family Dollar store until after midnight, then robbed two employees with what appeared to be a handgun, getting away with cash. The suspect wore a black ski mask, vest and cargo pants, and a red Tshirt. The workers were not hurt.

A man who came into Upstate University Hospital, shot in the calf, told police he was leaving a store at ether Burnet and North Beech, or Hawley and North Crouse when he was shot from behind. So far investigators have found no evidence at either scene. 30 year old Marquice Adams has non-life threatening injuries.

A woman who police say was highly intoxicated was found at 100 Warner Ave. (between Route 81 and Kirk Park) with cuts to her head, shoulder and arm. 25 year old Tieknesa Fletcher says she does not know what happened. She's was taken to Upstate University Hospital for treatment.

The shooting with injuries was reported at 4:10am, at 624 Cannon Street, just south of East Brighton Ave on the city South Side. Police say two sisters were leaving to get beer and were confronted by two men. One man fled, the other started fighting with the women and reportedly hit 25 year old Amber Brown in the head. The gun went off and 24 year old Tempest Brown was hit in the stomach. She is serious but stable at Upstate University Hospital. Her sister has minor head wounds.

Anyone with any information on any of these incidents is asked to call Syracuse Police at 442-5222.

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