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Suspect arrested in stabbing of Manhattan shelter manager
NEW YORK (WABC) -- A man who lived in an HIV shelter on the Upper West Side is accused of stabbing the shelter manager to death.
34-year old Bernardo Paulino is charged with second-degree murder.
He was handcuffed and taken to the hospital after Friday's stabbing.
Police say 56-year old John Baisley, who managed the Camden Residence hotel on 95th Street, was stabbed several times.
Paulino reportedly became enraged when Baisley tried to evict him for destroying property.
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