Man stabbed to death in during soccer game in NYC
NEW YORK - A Brooklyn man was stabbed to death in an Upper Manhattan park on Sunday afternoon. It reportedly happened when a fight broke out at a soccer game.
The NYPD says it happened just before 4 p.m. at Fort Washington Park in the area of W. 165 St. and Riverside Dr.
Police found 29-year-old Ricardo Sanchez of Brooklyn with multiple stab wounds to the chest, arm, and neck.
EMS took him to St. Luke's Hospital but it was too late to save his life.
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The New York City Police Department announced that 24-year-old Ronald Guilcapi of Manhattan was arrested and charged with murder in the case.
The Post says that the men were playing a soccer game in the park when the brawl started. Guilcapi allegedly repeatedly stabbed Sanchez with a broken bottle.
Lawyer information for Guilcapi was not immediately available.