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Team holds moment of silence as Enfield says good-bye to teen stabbing victim Justin Brady

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ENFIELD --  The town of Enfield is still shaken by the stabbing death of 16 year old Justin Brady.

Brady died early Monday morning. He was a junior at Enfield High School, where he played football and basketball. Police sais he was stabbed several times by 18-year-old Shyhiem Adams.

Brady didn’t live at the address where the stabbing took place. Police Chief Alaric Fox said the victim and the suspect knew each other and called it an isolated incident.

The warrant for the arrest describes a fight between Adams and Brady. Adams has been charged with manslaughter.

On Friday, at the Enfield football team's away game in West Hartford, teammates and other community members remembered the teen with a moment of silence.

Also on Friday, a wake was held for the teen and private funeral services will be held Sunday.

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