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Police investigating death of two people on city's east side

Amesbury Avenue, Cleveland Amesbury Avenue, Cleveland

Cleveland Police is investigating the death of two people found on the city's east side Friday afternoon.   

Police confirm they found one person dead and another person injured near E. 90th St. and Amesbury Ave. on arrival. 

EMS responded to a female who was lying in the street, with a knife near her. The female was shot three times, two in the chest and one in the arm. She was then transported to MetroHealth, where she died.

Officers checked in the home at 9270 Amesbury Ave. and found a male lying on the ground.  Lerod Stafford, 38, was pronounced dead at the scene, from multiple stabbing wounds to the chest. 

Authorities have not released the cause of death.

Check back with 19 Action News for more details.

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