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September 15, 2014


Amir M. Edwards, 22, was charged with homicide in the stabbing death of Zachary John Richards.

Edwards was wanted in the robbery of a grocery store at the time of the murder.

According to news reports Edwards was visiting the home of Richards at the time of the attack.

The 27-year-old victim was the brother of Luzerne County assistant district attorney, Justin Richards.

The crime was reported September 12, 2014 and occurred in Hazelton, PA.

From our source we read:
A Luzerne County man has been charged with murdering another man with a knife, the morning after he robbed and brutally beat a store owner.

Charged was 22-year-old Amir Edwards of the 100 block of Pine Street, Hazleton.

Hazelton police report Edwards killed 27-year-old Zachary John Richards  during an argument at 5:45 a.m. Thursday at a home in the 600 block of Cleveland Street in Hazleton.

Police found Richards lying facedown in the front doorway with a black-handled knife protruding from his back. He died at the scene. Edwards admitted that he stabbed Richards, but claimed he did so because the victim pointed a rifle at him.  He told police he grabbed a knife from a butcher block in the kitchen and stabbed Richards one time in the back.
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