Boy stabbed repeatedly in New York restaurant

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Boy stabbed repeatedly in New York restaurant

Sicko who stabbed 8-year-old boy planned to attack a child at Dave & Buster's: prosecutors


The wild-eyed Long Island man who stabbed an 8-year-old boy playing video games has a history of mental illness and had planned the attack, prosecutors said.
Evan Sachs, 23, was allegedly carrying a note saying he was committed to hurting a child when he walked into a Dave & Buster's in Westbury Friday night and plunged a knife into the boy's back five times.
"It's an attack, judge, that he had thought about," said Nassau County assistant district attorney, Daniel Looney, said in court Saturday, Newsday reported.
The boy was rushed into emergency surgery with a collapsed lung, but the injuries are not considered life-threatening, authorities said.
Investigators said Sachs appeared to have no connection to the child or his family and the baffling attack seemed to be random.
Sachs' lawyer, Charles Rosenblum, said his client "is under psychiatric care," and takes five different medications, some of which had recently been changed.
Sachs had worked until recently at a movie theater in Farmingdale and has no criminal record.
His parents, Daniel and Randi Sachs, told Newsday that their son "is not a bad person."
"They are all devastated by what happened," Rosenblum said.

Teachers: Evan Sachs was bright, quiet student

To those who know Evan Sachs, the fact that the 23-year-old is charged with attacking an 8-year-old boy is beyond comprehension.
“I’m dumbfounded,” said John Pinto, a former school board member from Sachs’ hometown of Merrick who coached him in baseball up until the sixth grade.
“He was a great kid. He was so quiet. He always listened to whatever you had to tell him,” he recalled. “Very...

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