Julius Graham, suspect in Manhattan scissor attack, most recently stayed at Bronx homeless shelter

The man accused of slashing five people on a Manhattan bike path was most recently staying in a Bronx homeless shelter, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly

Police say the man slashed or stabbed five people, including a toddler, in Riverside Park.

Police say the man slashed or stabbed five people, including a toddler, in Riverside Park. (10/1/13)

THE BRONX - The man accused of slashing five people on a Manhattan bike path was most recently staying in a Bronx homeless shelter, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly confirms.

According to police, Julius Graham, originally from Texas, went on a rampage with scissors near the Hudson River in Riverside Park at around 8 a.m.

Police say he stabbed a female jogger in the back, a male in the stomach, another female jogger in the neck and a man with a stroller in the chest. The toddler in the stroller was slashed in the arm.

All of the victims are expected to survive.

Kelly also said that the suspect appears to be emotionally disturbed and is being examined at Bellevue Hospital.

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