Police investigating stabbing at a metro house where homicide took place last week

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Police are investigating a stabbing at a home in southwest Oklahoma City Tuesday morning.

The house near S.W. 63rd and May where the crime took place has been on police’s radar since a deadly shooting occurred there just last Monday.

Police said a 22-year-old man was shot to death at the residence following a home invasion.

Residents said the neighborhood has really taken a turn for the worse over the years.

"There's other ways other than guns, knives and violence," said Jeramie Chaffin.

This house, which has been attracting police lately, sits in a neighborhood filled with families, like Chaffin, a father of two young girls.

He says he was not happy to hear about the stabbing that happened just a few houses down from where he lives.

He says it's too close to his child's school.

Police said they got the call just after midnight Tuesday.

A victim with stab wounds showed up at a nearby hospital, leading police to the crime scene.

There was a group of people at the home, including two others who had been cut with minor injuries.

The alleged attacker was long gone.

"It makes me scared to live here. With my kid, can't walk home, can't do a lot of things. Don't want him playing outside because you never know who's going to walk by or who's doing what, "said Auri Pacheco.

Neighbors are terrified.

They are hoping the suspects get caught.

"For their sake, I hope they wise up because they will only end up in a place they don't want to be: jail or dead," said Chaffin.

Homicide detectives are still investigating the deadly shooting from last week.

They still haven’t made any arrests in that case and they don’t have any suspects in the latest stabbing.

If you know anything that could help solve the case, you’re asked to call Crime Stoppers 405-235-7300.

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