GLENS FALLS, N.Y. (AP) — Police in an upstate New York city tripled their patrol numbers in response a wave of weekend violence that left five with stab wounds. The patrol increase led to 17 arrests amid concerns of growing criminal activity.

The Post-Star of Glens Falls reports ( ) that the increase comes on the heels of a bizarre street fight that left five with stab wounds, with none of the victims explaining how they got the wounds. A spokesperson for Glens Falls police says a member of the group did come to the police station to retrieve their lost clothes, but declined to explain anything about the supposed knife fight.

Police are still investigating the fight that took place on April 8.

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