NEW YORK - The man accused of stabbing two children in a Brooklyn elevator over the weekend had a history of involuntary psychiatric commitment, but reports indicate that Daniel St. Hubert may not have connected with mental health services after being released from prison on May 23.
St. Hubert, 27, is charged with murder, attempted murder, and assault for his alleged attack on 6-year-old Prince Joshua Avitto, who was killed, and 7-year-old Mikayla Capers, on the evening of June 1. He is also suspected of stabbing a man in a Manhattan subway station, and police are investigating...
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