NYC driver stabbed repeatedly in attempted robbery

A Bentley driver was stabbed multiple times by a group of attackers during an attempted robbery in Queens on Friday, but managed to keep the $41,000 he had hidden in his jacket, police officers said.

The 20-year-old victim told police the incident began around 10:30 p.m. when he was parking his car at 194th Street and 75th Avenue in Fresh Meadows and was approached by a stranger who struck up a conversation with him.

As the victim got out of his luxury car, he was attacked by the stranger and two other men he did not know, police officers said.

One of the attackers began stabbing him in the torso and arm while the other two men attempted to remove his jacket, which contained $41,000, police said.

The victim told police the money was from a family member for his tuition at St. John’s University and he plans to pay for school the next day, a police source said, describing the story as “shaky.”

The victim resisted, and the individuals eventually gave up and fled the scene without the jacket, leaving the scene in a white Cadillac XT5, police said.

The suspect's car.
The perpetrators fled the scene in a white Cadillac XT5.

The victim sustained nine stab wounds to the arm and chest and was rushed by paramedics to New York-Presbyterian Hospital in stable condition. NYC driver stabbed repeatedly in attempted robbery


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