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Topic - Elias Abuelazam
A man suspected of fatally stabbing five men and wounding nine others in and around a Michigan city two summers ago was convicted Tuesday of first-degree murder in the first case to go to trial.
Authorities say they have found a pharmaceutical delivery man and his stolen truck after he was kidnapped by men impersonating police officers.
A 33-year-old man suspected in a series of stabbings in Michigan and two other states, including Virginia, has been arraigned on four new counts of attempted murder and one open murder.
A man suspected in 18 attacks in three states, including five fatal stabbings, was being extradited to Michigan on Thursday to face charges in at least one of the assaults.
A man suspected in 18 attacks in three states, including five fatal stabbings, was ordered held without bond Thursday in one of the cases after being extradited to Michigan.
Police in Michigan said Saturday they'll use the time it takes to return a man suspected in a three-state stabbing spree that left five men dead to work out logistics and address concerns for his safety.
Israeli police said Friday the suspect in stabbings in three states also was a suspect in a separate stabbing attack in Israel earlier this year, but charges were never pressed.
The man accused of going on a three-state stabbing spree in the United States was also a suspect in a stabbing near his hometown in Israel. But what drove Elias Abuelazam remains a mystery.
A suspect in a string of 20 stabbings that terrorized people across three states and left five dead was arrested in front of startled passengers at an airport gate as he tried to board a plane for Israel, officials said Thursday.
Abuelazam didn't testify, but he acknowledged his role in Minor's death and other
He had not been seen at work since Aug. 1, when he told people he was off to Virginia.