Suspect in 14-hour NYC subway stabbing rampage ordered held without bail; grieving family members grapple with tragic bloodshed

NEW YORK — A mentally ill man accused of killing two people and seriously wounding two others during a grisly A train stabbing spree was ordered held without bail Monday. Manhattan prosecutors charged Rigoberto Lopez with first-degree murder, second-degree murder and second-degree attempted murder at his virtual arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court. Assistant District Attorney Alfred Peterson somberly described how the 21-year-old suspect carried out the stabbings as he traveled between upper Manhattan and Far Rockaway, Queens, on the city’s longest subway line. Authorities said Lopez is me…

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