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Old 08-06-2018, 11:37 AM
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Cops ID maniac who jumped out of restaurant freezer, threatened staff with knife
By Stephanie Pagones
August 6, 2018 | 12:58pm

Police on Monday identified the man who died after jumping out of a freezer at an Upper West Side eatery and charging restaurant workers while ranting about the devil.

Carlton Henderson, 54, of Cave Creek, Ariz., was staying at NYLO New York City on Broadway in Manhattan — three blocks from the restaurant Sarabeth’s on West 80th and Amsterdam Avenue — before he sprang from the eatery’s walk-in freezer when an employee opened the door around 11 a.m. Sunday, police said.

“Away from me, Satan!” Henderson yelled as he ran into the kitchen, grabbed a knife and began threatening staff members.

Henderson fell unconscious while struggling with workers who were trying to disarm him, police said.

First responders rushed the man to Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital, where he died, cops said.

Police are still investigating what prompted Henderson’s death, as well as when, how and why he got into the freezer in the first place.
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Old 08-06-2018, 02:40 PM
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Carlton Henderson, double murder suspect released on bail in Boston, dead following freezer attack in New York

Posted August 6, 2018 at 4:10 PM

Carlton Henderson, a 54-year-old man accused of murdering two people in Boston in 1988, died in New York City on Sunday after he allegedly emerged from a restaurant walk-in freezer and attacked employees.

Henderson was released on bail in Boston just last week, on July 31, after Judge Janet Sanders granted a motion despite opposition from the Office of Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley.

Henderson, an Arizona man, was arrested in Missouri in April 2017 and returned to Boston on murder charges tied to the homicides of William Medina, 26, and Antonio Dos Reis, 22, on Windsor Street in Roxbury on May 4, 1988.

The shooter tied to the 1988 homicides evaded police for years. Boston Police were unable to find the suspect who shot the young men, but a 1991 murder in Miami led to a crack in the case, according to reporting by Boston 25 News.

When he was returned to Boston in 2017, Henderson faced two counts of first-degree murder for his alleged role in 1988 homicides.

Last week, Sanders allowed a motion by Henderson's defense, which asked that statements made to law enforcement in San Diego in July 1993 be suppressed.

Those statements, made by Henderson in 1993, were directed to Boston Police detectives who traveled to San Diego to speak with him after a federal prosecutor there said there was a witness "who had information on an unsolved homicide from Boston that may have had a drug component," according to court documents.

Nearly 30 years later, after Henderson was arrested on charges related to the 1988 murder, those involved in the 1993 interview could not agree on whether or not they formalized a "proffer agreement" with Henderson, or an agreement in which he was promised his words would not be used against him in later court proceedings.

The district attorney's office opposed the motion to suppress, which would release Henderson on bail, but Judge Sanders allowed it. Henderson was released last week and on Sunday, he allegedly attacked restaurant employees on the Upper West Side in New York City before dying of some medical condition.

According to a local report by an ABC affiliate in NYC, employees opened a walk-in freezer door at Sarabeth's Restaurant Sunday morning when Henderson jumped out and began fighting with the employees.

Henderson suffered some kind of medical condition and was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead.
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