2 killed in bar stabbed at least 14 times each
Autopsies reveal that of the five people killed in a Denver bar that was later set on fire, two of the victims were stabbed more than a dozen times each.
The Denver Post reports (http://bit.ly/YnvbHF ) 21-year-old Daria Pohl was stabbed 21 times, and 44-year-old Kellene Fallon was stabbed 14 times.
Michelle Weiss-Samaras with the Denver coroner's office called the crime "horrific," noting that all five were stabbed multiple times. Also killed in the Oct. 17 attack were 63-year-old Young Suk Fero, 29-year-old Ross Richter and 45-year-old Tereasa Beesley. The bodies were discovered after firefighters responded to the fire at Fero's Bar and Grill.
An aspiring rapper, 22-year-old Dexter Lewis Jr., and brothers, 24-year-old Lynell Hill and 27-year-old Joseph Hill, are charged in the killings during a robbery as the bar was about to close.
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