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As suspects are held without bail, family remembers 29-year-old Massachusetts father stabbed to death



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Two from Massachusetts were arrested after a 29-year-old southeastern Massachusetts man died from injuries sustained in a stabbing that occurred earlier in the week.

Cape & Islands District Attorney Michael O’Keefe stated that 39-year-old James Blood (aka Hector) of Lynn and 41-year-old Cynthia Rubin of Reading were arraigned in connection with the death of Corey Lowe on Monday in Falmouth.

Blood was arraigned on charges of Home Invasion and Assault and Battery Dangerous Weapon. Rubin was arraigned on charges of Home Invasion and two counts of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon.

Falmouth Police received a 911 call regarding a stabbing at an East Falmouth residence. Upon arrival, they found Lowe seriously injured. He was transported to a Boston area hospital where he was pronounced deceased on Wednesday.

Both defendants are held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing on November 4th.

Corey’s sister Kaline remembered her brother on a GoFundMe fundraiser.

“Corey Lowe was a victim of a senseless act of violence on 10/24 in Falmouth, MA. He fought hard to stay here with us but lost his battle the next day. He was surrounded by his family with all the love we could give. Corey adored being a dad to his baby girl, had a big personality with humor to match, and was an amazing uncle and cousin.”

The incident remains under investigation by Falmouth Police and State Police detectives assigned to the District Attorney’s Office.

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