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Man fatally stabbed inside 12th Street apartment

Crime-Scene-Tape-250x2503June 21, 2015 Staff Report

A 54-year-old man was found fatally stabbed inside his ground floor Astoria apartment Saturday morning, according to police.

Enver Julevic, of 30-96 12th Street, was discovered face down on the kitchen floor by police at about 6:17 am.

The victim was stabbed multiple times in the torso and was pronounced dead on the scene.

The police have made no arrests as of yet and the investigation is ongoing, the NYPD said.

 

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Siphora

Enver was a great man! I knew him from the restaurant he used to own. He was a family friend. May he rest in peace. You will always be in our hearts. He didn’t deserve to die like this!

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peter

No sign of struggle or break in? Highly suspicious…Sounds like someone he knew well and trusted (family member, friend even) was allowed into his apt that fateful morning.

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Sabrina

Why do Albanians always need to claim the name is Albanian stfu this article is about a good man murdered not if his name is Albanian dumb fucks

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Save Astoria

There is no Allah. Only fairy tale. Where is the proof? Only death and destruction from your religion!

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Astoria born

That was Uncle that was killed you piece of shit.
Muslims form Montenegro are not the same as the Muslims you see on TV and The Internet
Your just ssone piece of shit Hipster that moved here a few years ago and thinks he or she is a New Yorker
Plz stop with you comments you really don’t know what your talking about and you 100% wrong
We only commented because of your insulates.
So some respect for my Uncle who was killed in a way know one should ever have to die in
I would hope you stop with the comments

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Armend

I am sorry for your loss. I hope they catch the killer. I hope he gets what he deserves.

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AJ

Those are extremist and we agree that they’re horrible. We don’t even consider them Muslim. Violence and destruction is not a part of Islam. Read the Quran and educate yourself you imbecile. Look at all the people that turned to Islam. It’s a peaceful religion. You’re just brainwashed by the media. Be gone peasant!

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hmmmm

everywhere you leave a comment people are pissed off and having to argue back and forth with you

do the world a favor and smash your computer. you cause nothing but problems on this site. i can only imagine what anguish you cause people on other sites and with personal interactions.

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Sajma

It was a freaken homicide and he was an incredible human being!! I think people need to keep their mouth shut a lot more and stop acting like they are detectives!

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AJ

One he’s not Albanian. Two, even if he was stop with stereotypes. Three, he was a great man that died in such a tragic way. Any of your assumptions are completely invalid especially when you don’t know the person. 200+ people attended his funeral which goes to show what an amazing guy he was.

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Astoria born

You guys don’t know what your talking about!!!!
You didn’t know the guy so stop with your bull**** comments!

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Save Astoria

No dude, with his first name it could be a possible Albanian blood fued or mob related.

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Save Astoria

You people that put dislike google the name Enver and you’ll see it’s an Albanian name.

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Astoria born

What does his name have to do with him getting killed..

He was a Great man and if you knew him you wouldn’t say stupid stuff

He is not Albainan so stop with your bull!

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AJ

Actually, it’s a Turkish name. The Balkan region has picked up many Turkish names. So you’re wrong, 2x. Don’t try a 3rd.

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hmmmm

I am going to attribute this to the fact he was relatively close to the projects and there is always an increase in violence within a certain proximity to these areas.

This project, Ravenswood, and also Queensbridge have higher crime rates than areas surrounding them.

This is unfortunate and a tragedy. RIP Mr Julevic.

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Chris DAwson

I knew this fellow well for many years. I used to go to a restaurant he first worked in & then owned in Manhattan near Gramercy Park. He was a hard working kind family man and we’ll liked by his loyal customers. He was a family man. Even if he did get involved in something he should not have, he didn’t deserve to die this way. My sympathy to his family. I hope he rests in peace.

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