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Few details released in death

No warrants for arrest have been issued, and no arrests have been made in the death of Charles Stanley Jackson Sr., Spencer police said Sunday night.
Police have not said whether Jacksonís death on Saturday was a homicide, nor have they said how Jackson died.
The names of the others involved have also not been released.
Teisha Carr, a neighbor and the owner of the home at 706 Third St. where the incident happened, said Jackson was stabbed.
Police said Jackson was involved in a fight at the home, and he and two others were injured.
According to a neighbor who wanted to remain anonymous, the others involved ó a man with the nickname ěBones,î and a woman ó were cut or stabbed by Jackson.
The neighbor also said Jackson always carried a pocketknife, and those who knew him called him ěChop Chop.î
A resident on Hudson Avenue said Jackson stumbled onto the doorsteps of 211 and 210 Hudson Ave., where someone found Jackson and called 911.
Jackson died at Rowan Regional Medical Center, Spencer Chief Michael James said.
Jackson has a lengthy criminal history, and has been in and out of prison since 1991.

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