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Albany man indicted in stabbing death


ALBANY, N.Y. - A man accused of stabbing three women, killing one, was arraigned in Albany County Court Wednesday, District Attorney David Soares announced.

29-year-old Michael Anderson, of Albany, was indicted on one count of Murder 2nd-degree, two counts of Attempted Murder 2nd-degree, two counts of Assault 1st-degree, Burglary, Stalking, two counts of Criminal Obstruction of Breathing or Blood Circulation, and two count of Menacing.

Soares says Anderson is accused of intentionally causing the death of Tonette Thomas by stabbing her with a knife the afternoon of November 26th at 157 Myrtle Avenue in Albany. He is additionally accused of causing serious physical injury while attempting to cause the death of two other women, 43-year-old Gwynn Carter and his ex-girlfriend 26-year-old Shaquasia Thomas, by the same means.

Soares said on Sept. 14th he allegedly impeded the breathing of a victim, as well as intentionally place two women in fear of physical injury by displaying and pointing two knives in their direction.

Additionally, Anderson allegedly threatened members of the victim's family between Nov. 15th and 20th.

He is currently in custody.

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