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Medical Examiner identifies teen brutally killed on Cleveland's west side

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner has identified the teen brutally killed on Cleveland's west side.

Alexavier Gonzalez, 16, was found fatally stabbed in the 3500 block of Marvin Avenue and West 35th on Monday afternoon.

Reporter Ed Gallek has learned Gonzalez was also beaten in the head, tied up and dumped in a trash can.

Another teenage boy was found stabbed in the leg and placed under arrest at the murder scene. He is not charged yet.

19 Action News has also learned the fight may have been over a video game.

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