A knife-wielding fiend stabbed two people in the Bronx in separate incidents before grabbing their cash and fleeing, police said.
The unidentified suspect first struck on June 17 at about 4:45 p.m., cops said.
The brazen bandit approached a 44-year-old man, who was sitting in front of 536 East 149th St., near St. Ann’s Avenue in the Melrose section, cops said.
Unprovoked, the suspect displayed a knife and stabbed the 44-year-old in the shoulder, torso and left side of the chest and snatched $300 from the victim’s pocket, police said.
EMS transported the 44-year-old victim to Lincoln Hospital in stable condition, cops...