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Cuban accused of attempted murder by stabbing a cyclist in Miami

Cuban accused of attempted murder by stabbing a cyclist in Miami

A Cuban man appeared in court in Miami-Dade on Tuesday, charged with attempted murder after that Stabbing Several times on Monday night for A cyclist was traveling on 4th Street and 12th Street in southwest Miami.

The assailant, named Yuri Ricardo Jesus, 60, suddenly pushed his victim off the bike and they both fell to the ground, according to the arrest report, which he cited America TV.

In addition to exchanging a verbal attack, the 60-year-old Cuban stabbed the man named Victor Figueroa.

The accused was identified by two witnesses, one of whom separated the victim from the assailant when he stabbed him. The other witness was the ex-wife of the arrested defendant, who described him as ‘Danger to society’As revealed by the previous source.

When arrested by the police, the accused asked the agent: “Did he really die?”regarding the victim of his stabbing, who was taken to hospital.

In the house of Cuban Yuri Ricardo Jesus, the authorities found a pipe broke down With the alleged residues of Cocaine.

The defendant judge issued an injunction to the victim and A bond of 26 thousand dollars. In the event that the fixed amount can be paid, Yuri Ricardo Jesus will have to remain under house arrest.

In mid-March, David Cuesta, a 26-year-old Cuban who resides in Miami, was arrested and charged with attempted murder after stabbing someone elsein this case at a car wash in Hialeah.

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