Police: BX man fatally stabbed after West Indian Day Parade

Police have confirmed that a man murdered after the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn yesterday is from The Bronx. Authorities say 26-year-old Nifredo Veras,

THE BRONX - Police have confirmed that a man murdered after the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn yesterday is from The Bronx. Authorities say 26-year-old Nifredo Veras, of 140th Street, was fatally stabbed on St. John's Place near the parade route along Eastern Parkway. Officials say they believe Gabriel Hernandez is responsible for Veras' death. Hernandez has since been charged with murder and weapons possession. Thousands lined the streets for West Indian Day Parade in BK

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