Fight over woman in Peekskill lands two men in hospital, four in jail

Peekskill police say a love triangle gone bad led to two men being stabbed and four more being jailed.

Police were called to the Bohlman Towers housing complex on Main Street around 10:30 p.m. Monday. They say they found two men who had been stabbed multiple times in critical condition. Detectives say one of the victims had been having an ongoing dispute with one of the alleged attackers over an ex-girlfriend.

Police arrested 23-year-old Joshua Lovett, of Peekskill, 23-year-old Daryl Bolton, his brother 18-year-old William Bolton and 24-year-old Lance Pigeon, all from Yonkers. The four are charged with gang assault. The two victims are in stable condition at Westchester Medical Center.

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