Gang Responsible For Bronx Stabbing
A Bronx gang is responsible for a fatal stabbing. Police are searching for the suspects in the stabbing of a man. The victim, Kenneth Fair, was 59 years old. Police are attempting to identify the suspects, who are believed to be members of the Trinitarios street gang. He died in a hospital. Police believe the victim attacked himself while reading campaign literature.
Two men are wanted in connection to a stabbing attack in Bronx last month. The incident occurred in Norwood at 11:39 on July 6. Police responded to a 911 call about an assault with a knife and found the victim unconscious in his car. Multiple stab wounds were found in the victim’s body. The victim’s identity is being withheld pending notification of his family. The suspect’s cousin was also arrested last week.
During a dispute with another man, the victim was stabbed in his leg. The suspect was reportedly driving the victim’s car after the stabbing and crashed it into a telephone pole about a quarter-mile away. The victim was rushed to Jacobi Hospital. He succumbed to his injuries and was identified as William Perlata Diaz, a Bronx resident. The suspect has not been identified by police.
The accused was charged with murder and manslaughter. Mesa was a victim and was suspected to have taunted locals before the attack. Rivers’ wife attempted to defend her husband by trying to thwart Mesa with a pry bar. The victim was pronounced dead at St. Barnabas Hospital. The case has raised a host of questions. The family is trying to figure out what happened and whether there was a connection.