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Jackson Heights Resident Arrested In Connection to Fatal Stabbing of Homeless Man

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

June 24, 2019 Staff Report

The police have arrested a Jackson Heights resident for stabbing to death a homeless man in East Elmhurst earlier this month.

Luis Lara Del Castillo, 31, has been charged with manslaughter and gang assault for stabbing Fabian Cyrmy at the corner of 31st Avenue and 91st Street at around 12:45 a.m. on Saturday, June 2.

Cymry, 40, was taken to Elmhurst Hospital for stab wounds to his torso that morning and succumbed to his injuries five days later.

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If diversity hurts your feelings you're in the wrong city

You sound a little too fragile for NYC

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Anonymous

Pretty sure the only time you have ever coined Darwin is to be a keyboard warrior lol read a book please

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jose sanchez

let get all this criminal out of the street they coming to our country and this is what they do let them stay in jail forever

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He wasn't an immigrant though

Youre racist copy-and-paste rant doesn’t really apply here.

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Dorene Anascol

I agree absolutely if the person dies it’s murder not manslaughter does it matter if they died the same day or 5 days later

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Pat Macnamara

Did you say “gang assault’???? Where are the blowhard politicians? A human being was murdered on the streets of Queens, NY. Poor man was homeless and savagely murdered. For what?

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Pat Macnamaracist do you mean besides the DA?

Well acting District Attorney John M. Ryan commented on it. Was the president supposed to make a statement?

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