Probe continues of double stabbing in Ossining

Police are continuing to investigate a double stabbing in Ossining that has left one man dead and another fighting for his life.Officials say the body of 21-year-old Juan Pablo Sasaguay was found around 3:30 a.m. Monday at 65 Croton Avenue. As they searched for clues, police say a blood trail led them to 84 Croton Avenue. Police say that is where they found 25-year-old Fausto Sauquipai with multiple stab wounds. Investigators tell News 12 Westchester that they are still trying to determine if the Ecuadorean immigrants got into a fight with each other or if someone else attacked the men. Police say witnesses claimed to see the two men drinking together earlier in the night.Officials say Sauquipai underwent surgery at Westchester Medical Center and is now recovering.Related information: Police probe possible link between Ossining stabbings

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