Three teens were stabbed in the chest and another stabbed in the shoulder when a Bronx house party turned violent early Sunday morning. When officers and EMS arrived at 2194 Barnes Avenue shortly after 3 a.m., they found several teens bleeding from a variety of stab wounds, and a fourth "blood-covered" teen a block away. The Daily News reports that above his stab wound was a tattoo that read, “Never Fear Death.”

All four victims were rushed to Jacobi Medical Center, where Justin Fallu, 14, was pronounced dead. “I just saw him last night,” Nyvia Galarza, 52, tells the News. “He said, ‘I’m going to a party.’ He was a good kid, he didn’t deserve to go out like that.” His uncle tells CBS 2, "Good kid; no guns, no nothing. So why would they take his life like that? He was trying to prevent a situation, I guess. Or he was there at the wrong time, the wrong place, you know.”

Residents of the building said the party spilled out into a stairwell and the lobby, and police had already been called to the address because of the noise. "I called the cops at 2 a.m., and they just said all they could do was ask to turn the music down," one resident tells the News. "As soon as the cops left, they turned the music back up, and 20 minutes later, this (is) what happened."

The three other victims, ages 17 and 18, were treated for their injuries and are expected to recover. The NYPD has not yet made any arrests, and investigators say they're searching for a suspect described as "a male black, late teens-early 20's, who goes by the nickname 'Shaq.'" According to investigators he was last seen wearing a light blue du-rag, blue jeans, a red shirt and possessed a knife.