Stranger stabs man during fight over bench in NYC: cops
A stranger stabbed a Pennsylvania man in broad daylight throughout a battle over sitting on a bench in Brooklyn on Labor Day, cops mentioned.
Jason Morris, 40, knifed the 34-year-old sufferer within the face and again at Japanese Parkway and Nostrand Avenue in Crown Heights – close to the trail of the West Indian Day Parade – when the squabble broke out round 2:45 p.m., authorities mentioned.
Police assigned to the parade element responded to the scene, nevertheless it’s unclear whether or not both man had been attending the festivities.
The sufferer was taken to the Kings County Hospital Middle in steady situation, police mentioned.
Morris was arrested and charged with assault, cops mentioned.
In an unrelated incident hours later in Queens, one other man, 37, was stabbed a number of instances within the torso at 81st Avenue and Liberty Avenue in Ozone Park simply earlier than midnight, police mentioned.
A passerby flagged down a close-by EMS unit, and the sufferer was rushed to Jamaica Hospital Medical Middle in essential situation, cops mentioned.
The sufferer’s accidents are so critical that he was unable to be interviewed, authorities mentioned.
The motive for the assault was not instantly identified.