An obscene finger gesture led to a man’s stabbing death in the Bronx Tuesday night, police sources said. The 25-year-old victim was chased down and knifed in the shoulder at the corner where Hollers Ave. becomes Eastchester Pl. in Eastchester, at 9:40 p.m. cops said. Moments earlier, the victim and his friends drove past a crashed car at Hollers and Huguenot Aves., sources said. As they passed by the accident in a Honda Accord, the victim allegedly extended his middle finger, enraging the other men.
A man was stabbed to death in the Bronx near the border of Westchester County Tuesday night, cops said. The 25-year-old victim was found stabbed in the head and neck by where Eastchester Pl. becomes Hollers Ave. in Eastchester, just after 9:40 p.m., police said. Medics took him to Jacobi Hospital, but he could not be saved. Send a Letter to the Editor Join the Conversation: facebook Tweet
A DNA match helped police catch the suspect in the attempted rape of a Bronx clothing store clerk nearly two years ago, police sources said. Cops on Tuesday arrested Oumar Fofana, accusing him of cornering a 41-year-old woman inside the South Bronx store on Aug. 1, 2015. He walked into the store — which police have not named, to protect the woman’s identity — at about 1:30 p.m. and browsed the clothes on the rack before he attacked, cops said. The woman fought him off, and he took off, police said.
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