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Offbeat Police arrest man wanted for stabbing Bronx woman to death a month after killing his lottery winner uncle

19:17  12 july  2018
19:17  12 july  2018 Source:   nydailynews.com

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Convict wanted for killing his lottery - winner uncle a month ago is arrested after fatally stabbing another woman in the neck with a screwdriver. Idris Abdul-Muhaymin, 45, was arrested late Wednesday and charged with murder, manslaughter and weapon possession.

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a man smiling for the camera © NYPD /

Police have nabbed the man they say stabbed a Bronx woman to death with a screwdriver — a month after he fatally knifed his uncle, who had just won a $10,000 lottery payout.

Cops say they arrested Idris Abdul-Muhaymin about 11:35 p.m. Wednesday — 10 hours after Wanda Rios, 45, was found clinging to life in a back office of a Bronx security firm that proudly has the slogan, “We’re always ready for any confrontation.”

Rios, 45, was discovered stabbed in the neck and body inside the E. 233rd St. storefront office belonging to M.N.I. Security Specialist Inc. near Bronxwood Ave. in Wakefield about 1:45 p.m. on Wednesday, officials said. A bloody screwdriver was found next to her. She died a short time later at Montefiore Medical Center.

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CeFaan Kim reports live from the Wakefield section of the Bronx where a woman was found dead on Wednesday afternoon. Police say Abdul-Muhaymin is the same suspect wanted for fatally stabbing his elderly uncle who had just won ,000 in the lottery .

Police are searching for a killer after a beloved man was stabbed to death in the Bronx , and family members have identified a person of interest authorities are now looking for as the victim's own nephew.

Abdul-Muhaymin, 45, has been on the run for a month, wanted in the stabbing death of his uncle Owen Dillard, killed in his Mott Haven apartment June 11.

Dillard, 73, had recently won a $10,000 lottery payout and Abdul-Muhaymin was drowning in gambling debts, family members said.

Two weeks after Dillard’s slaying cops released a photo of Abdul-Muhaymin, naming him as the suspect and asking the public’s help tracking him down.

a man wearing a hat © Courtesy Dillard Family

Cops say Abdul-Muhaymint, who records show went to prison for 20 years for a manslaughter conviction in 1992, knew Rios but the details of their relationship were unclear.

He is charged with murder, manslaughter and weapon possession.

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