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Thomas Johnson, center, yells " You knew" as the door of the Kingwater Market opens in Mount Morris Township, Mich Thursday Aug. 12, 2010. The convenience store's manager says police came Wednesday to review surveillance video as part of an investigation into a multistate stabbing spree concentrated in the Flint area. He said the man who worked at his store and police inquired about drove a vehicle that matched a description and video released by authorities. On Thursday, authorities arrested a man in Atlanta in connection with a string of stabbings that left five men dead and wounded more than a dozen in Michigan, Virginia and Ohio. Others are unidentified. (AP Photo/The Flint Journal, John Ehlke)
Photo by: John Ehlke
Thomas Johnson, center, yells " You knew" as the door of the Kingwater Market opens in Mount Morris Township, Mich Thursday Aug. 12, 2010. The convenience store's manager says police came Wednesday to review surveillance video as part of an investigation into a multistate stabbing spree concentrated in the Flint area. He said the man who worked at his store and police inquired about drove a vehicle that matched a description and video released by authorities. On Thursday, authorities arrested a man in Atlanta in connection with a string of stabbings that left five men dead and wounded more than a dozen in Michigan, Virginia and Ohio. Others are unidentified. (AP Photo/The Flint Journal, John Ehlke)

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