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Man Stabbed During Fight At A Food Cart On Roosevelt Avenue

Suspect in the stabbing (NYPD Video)

July 12, 2019 Staff Report

A 49-year old man was stabbed with a pocket knife following a dispute in front of a Roosevelt Avenue food cart at the end of last month, police said.

The victim became involved in an argument with two unidentified males at a food cart at 83-20 Roosevelt Avenue at 5 a.m. on Wednesday, June 26. When the dispute escalated the victim was stabbed in the abdomen with a pocket knife. The two other men then fled the scene.

The victim was later transported to Elmhurst Hospital Center where he was said to be in a stable condition.

In a video provided by the NYPD, the man suspected of stabbing the victim appears to be bearded and partially bald. He sported a baseball cap, along with a dark shirt and three-quarter length shorts.

Anyone with information in regards to the identity of the males is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at or on Twitter @NYPDTips.

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They must have really good halal chicken and rice

I know how it is when you’re hungry and someone cuts in line


No Way! Take your gentrification elsewhere. The 5 boroughs don’t need no dam gentrification. It’s allready an awesome place. All you fucking fucktarts Can go to hell and go back wherever the hell you came from. This isn’t your home and stop acting like your actually doing something positive. Your invading foreign territory and ruining our neighborhood. We , the people that have been here for decades and are locals and natives. GO HOME!


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