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Man accused in Hamilton Hill market stabbing

Man accused in Hamilton Hill market stabbing

Charged based in part on video evidence
Man accused in Hamilton Hill market stabbing
Zaid's, 808 Albany St.
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A Bronx man stabbed another person multiple times Monday evening at a Hamilton Hill market, authorities said.

Jonathan Ruiz, 25, faces one count of first-degree attempted assault and first-degree reckless endangerment, felonies.

Ruiz is accused of stabbing the victim in the chest, buttocks and arm areas just before 6 p.m. Monday at Zaid's, 808 Albany St., according to papers filed in court. The victim was injured, but his injuries were not described as serious. Police arrested Ruiz a short time later.

Police based the charge in part on video evidence, according to papers.

Ruiz was convicted previously of second-degree assault in the Bronx and sentenced to three years in state prison. He was released in October, records show.

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