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.