Cleveland, OH - Two murders were reported overnight, one fatal stabbing and a fatal shooting.
The first murder happened late Monday evening and the victim died early Tuesday morning at the Cleveland Clinic.
A 21-year-old woman was stabbed to death after leaving a kid's birthday party Monday evening.
The stabbing happened around 10:30p.m. Monday night at E. 89th Street and Woodland Avenue.
Police say Brigette Williams had left the party after having an argument with another woman who police believe to be the suspect.
The suspect then followed Williams in her vehicle, when they both came to a stop light a an intersection. The suspect jumped out of her vehicle, ran up to William's car and proceeded to stab Williams in the chest.
Williams was driven to the Cleveland Clinic where she later died.
The suspect remains on the loose.
The second murder was a fatal shooting that occurred when a male dropped off his girlfriend. The suspect ran up to his car and shot the driver several times.
A 20-year-old man is dead after being shot to death in his car early Tuesday morning.
The shooting happened just before 3 a.m. at E. 61st Street and St. Clair Avenue.
Police say Aaron Tucker dropped off his girlfriend near the corner when the suspect ran up to the car, got into a verbal argument and shot Tucker several times killing him.
There are no arrests and no motive being released.