Stabbing at Mint Bar leaves two injured, two in jail


TORRINGTON – Two Torrington residents were transported to Community Hospital in the early morning hours of Dec. 6 after being stabbed in the Mint Bar.

According to a press release from the Torrington Police Department, TPD officers and Goshen County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the Mint Bar at 1:13 a.m. after receiving reports of an assault involving two stabbing victims.

The Scottsbluff County Sheriff’s Office told the Telegram that Amy Palomo, of Scottsbluff, Neb., and Adam Palomo of Cheyenne, were jailed last night at the Scottsbluff County Adult Detention Center under suspicion of aggravated assault. At press time, the Goshen County Attorney’s Office could not confirm the suspects’ names, as official charges had not yet been filed.

The press release stated that two suspects, one male and one female, were apprehended in Scottsbluff County, Neb. through the combined efforts of the TPD, GCSO, and the Scottsbluff Police Department. As of press time, the suspects were being booked into the Scottsbluff jail.  

The release identified Jennifer Loveland, 35, and Juan Gutierrez, 28, both of Torrington, as the victims. Both victims had injuries but are currently in stable condition. The victims were treated by Torrington EMS on scene before being transported to the Community Hospital Emergency Room.

Information on the case will be posted on torringtontelegram.com as it becomes available.

 


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