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Crime NYPD puts a name to final victim in massacre of homeless men in Chinatown

09:40  24 november  2019
09:40  24 november  2019 Source:   nydailynews.com

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The killer first struck just before 2 a. m . on Saturday on a quiet spot on East Broadway in Chinatown , sneaking up on three homeless men as they slept on a sidewalk and bludgeoning them to death with a rusty, three-foot metal bar, the police said.

The suspect in Saturday's fatal attacks on sleeping homeless men in Manhattan's Chinatown neighborhood has been charged with four counts of murder, according to NYPD Detective Ahmed Nasser.

Authorities have finally identified the last victim of October’s horrific massacre in Chinatown that took the lives of four homeless men.

a man sitting in front of a laptop© Alec Tabak

Florencio Moran Camano, 39, will be buried in Mexico, officials said Saturday. He was officially identified earlier this week after investigators found his brother.

Moran remained unidentified for weeks following the Oct. 5 bloodbath because he had no identification on him when he was found sprawled out on the sidewalk on E. Broadway near Catherine St.

His attacker, identified by cops as Randy Santos, so mangled his face and head that a visual identification was difficult, said authorities.

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One victim survived being pummeled by a metal bar but was in critical condition late Monday, said police . Three of the victims were identified by the city In light of the attacks, City Hall on Monday announced stepped up outreach to the homeless in Chinatown , including mental health counselors

Other homeless men in the neighborhood who knew Kok told The Associated Press he was quiet, kind and NYPD Detective Annette Shelton said that a fifth man remained in critical condition after also being NEW YORK (AP) — Eighty-three-year-old Chuen Kok, one of the four homeless victims

Earlier this month, detectives finally figured out Moran’s name, and reached out to his family, who made the final identification.

Moran was sleeping on the street with two other homeless men when Santos, who was himself homeless, bludgeoned them with a metal pipe during the unprovoked early morning attack, officials said.

Also found dead at the scene were Anthony Manson, 49, and Nazario A. Vazquez Villegas, 55, cops said.

A few minutes earlier, Chuen Kwok, 83, was found beaten to death nearby, in front of a building on Bowery near Doyers St., cops said. A fifth homeless man, 49, survived the attack.

When police arrested Santos near the intersection of Mulberry and Canal streets — about a half-mile from the crime scenes — he carried a pipe covered in blood and hair, said authorities.

Their brutal slayings brought attention to the problems of homelessness and mental illness in the city.

Santos was indicted for an eerily similar attack a few days earlier, on Sept. 27, near Chelsea Piers. According to the Manhattan district attorney’s office, Santos attacked a man sleeping on a bench near the Hudson River outside the complex by hitting him on the head and trying to toss him over a railing and into the water.

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