The Queens man facing an attempted murder charge in a near-fatal fight over a parking spot stashed the blood-stained kitchen knife from the stabbing in his dishwasher, court papers say.
Anthony Thomas, 58, was charged with attempted murder and assault for allegedly stabbing Gregory Williams on Sunday when the 49-year-old insulted his wife during a parking spot spat, according to authorities and witnesses.
Thomas allegedly exploded with anger when Williams, who was visiting friends in Laurelton, tried to park his 2016 black Infiniti Q50 in front of his house on Mentone Avenue.
Thomas screamed “You motherf–ker… that’s my mother f–king spot, you motherf–ker,” according to court papers.
After the two exchanged words, Thomas was ready to leave it be — until Williams insulted his wife, neighbors said.
“Go back with your bitch-ass wife!” Williams said, witnesses said.
Thomas, then, allegedly pulled a “large kitchen knife” from his sock and stabbed Williams twice in the chest, twice in the forearm, and three times in the stomach, “causing his intestines to fall out of his body,” court papers say.
Williams was rushed to a hospital, where he was listed in stable condition.
Cops later recovered the knife with “blood stains” inside Thomas’s dishwasher.
“This was a vicious and senseless attack on a man who was just visiting friends in the neighborhood,” Queens DA Melinda Katz said. “The defendant – who had no right to block off any part of a public street with traffic cones – became enraged when the victim parked in front of the defendant’s residence and allegedly attacked without provocation.”
Bail was set at $50,000 cash and Thomas was jailed.