A Northwest, D.C. man died April 23, a victim of one of two D.C. stabbings during the weekend, along with six separate shootings, D.C. police said.

Metropolitan police said they found Dimas Fuentes-Lazo, 38, from Northwest D.C., suffering from multiple stab wounds in the 800 block of Kennedy Street, NW around 10:30p.m. Fuentes-Lazo was transported to a local hospital and later died from his injuries.

Earlier that day, two people were shot in the in the 1500 block of Benning Road, NE, police reported.  Around 1 p.m. two male victims were found conscious and breathing near Hechinger Mall.

Five hours later, officers responded to the scene of another shooting at 53rd and B Street, SE at 6 p.m., police said. According to The Washington Post, the victims were a teenage boy and an adult male. Both the young boy and man were alive when police found them, according to a crime alert tweeted by the department.

Around 8:45 p.m., a third shooting occurred in the 3000 Block of Stanton Road, SE and police said the victim was found conscious and breathing.

The violence on April 23 came to a close with a fourth shooting at 10:38 p.m. at 4900 Just Street, NE, ABC7 news reported.  It continued on April 24, with a double-stabbing at Bliss Nightclub at 24th and Bladensburg Road NE in the early morning hours, according to an ABC7 news report.

At 3:05 p.m., police said they found a man suffering from a gunshot wound in the 900 Block of Division Avenue, NE who was transported to a local hospital.

About two hours later, another Northeast shooting occurred at 8th and Hamilton Street. Police tweeted a description of the suspected shooter as a “B/M 6′ 2″ 200 lbs dark gray jacket, navy blue shirt and black pants.”

As of April 26, the District has seen a 6 percent increase in homicides in comparison to last year. The number of people killed so far this year is 35, according to the police department.