Knife-wielding Museum of the Modern Art suspect charged in public attack

The man accused of stabbing two employees inside Manhattan's Museum of the Modern Art in March 2022 has been officially charged.

News 12 Staff

Jan 4, 2023, 5:21 PM

Updated 471 days ago

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The man accused of stabbing two employees inside Manhattan's Museum of the Modern Art in March 2022 has been officially charged.
Police say Gary Cabana, 60, of Manhattan, was seen on video inside the museum threatening people with a knife.
According to police, Cabana stabbed a 24-year-old female worker in the lower back and the back of her neck as well as a male employee in the left collarbone. Police say both victims survived the vicious assault.
Cabana was taken into police custody after being on the run for three days following the attack. He has been charged with two counts of attempted murder and two counts of assault. He is expected to be formally arraigned by a judge Wednesday.


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