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Homeless Man Dies After Being Stabbed Blocks Away From 115 Precinct

Corner of 31 Avenue and 91 Street where victim got stabbed (Google Maps)

June 11, 2019 By Meghan Sackman

A homeless man who was stabbed to death on a Jackson Heights street earlier this month has died.

Fabian Cymry, 40, was reportedly stabbed just a few blocks away from the 115 precinct, on the corner of 31 Avenue and 91 Street, on June 2 around 12:45 a.m. He died five days later from the injuries he sustained.

Cymry, who police say was homeless, got into a dispute when he was stabbed in the torso. The police don’t know what the led to the argument and are looking for the suspect.

EMS responded to the scene and transported Cymry to Elmhurst Hospital where he died from his stab wounds on Friday.

No arrests have been made and the investigation remains ongoing.

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Lots of noise on 32 ave and 91 st,excessive horn blowing,off route truck traffic and hot rodders with open exhaust systems ripping up the streets both day and night for years and nothing has been done about it.


Same drug dealers on 90th and 89th cops drive by. If I was a cop I would stop check the guy what person stands in front of a deli for 10 hours straight low end drug dealers its obvious

JHeights my whole life

So I say rest in peace to a dead stabbing victim and I get way more dislikes than like? Why is that?


Whoever disliked is probably responsible and they’re just here to brag that he’s gone. I hope they find all the people responsible for his first degree murder


So it 4 blocks away and a guy got stabbed in JH huh? That’s been goin on forever and once I turned 18 the reason I left. See ya animals you can keep that dump


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