Man Turns Self In To Police After Fatal Midtown Stabbing

66-year-old man stabbed in Midtown dies after stumbling into police precinct

Aubrey said Jackson's recent actions and information from interviews led police to believe the crime was "clearly racially motivated".

The fatal stabbing of a 66-year-old man in New York City Monday night is being investigated as a bias crime, according to police.

Police say Jackson was carrying the flyer with his photo when he walked into the station, and he said,"I'm the person you're looking for".

Police said the suspect walked into a police substation in Times Square a little after midnight. He traveled to NY on a Bolt bus Friday and was staying at a Midtown hotel, officials said.

"The reason he picked NY is because it's the media capital of the world, and he wanted to make a statement", Aubrey said.

The Baltimore Police Department was contacted Wednesday afternoon to assist in holding Jackson's residence for a search warrant.

Caughman was stabbed in the chest and back. He was rushed to the hospital where he later died. He said he'd like to visit California someday. They said they recovered two knives from the man. It was retrieved from a trash cannot far from the scene.

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Just before surrendering, Jackson told cops, he saw a black and white couple that set him off.

James Harris Jackson is escorted out of a police precinct in New York, Wednesday, March 22, 2017. It was unclear when he might get a lawyer who could comment on his case. A call to his family's home rang unanswered. Jackson stabbed him repeatedly, they said.

Dagan said Jackson moved out in 2015 without paying.

Jackson served in the military and was deployed to Afghanistan, according to records. Jackson left behind a collection of war movies in the apartment, the former neighbor said.

"The reason why he picked NY was the media", Aubry expressed at a press conference following the incident, while adding that James Harris Jackson himself relayed that he was targeting "male blacks".

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the sword killing was "an assault" on the city's inclusiveness and diversity.

"There is simply no place for hate or intolerance in our City".