NY stabbing suspect, arrested in Israel, to be evaluated

December 9, 2010 13:15


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A man arrested in Israel after his parents were found stabbed to death in their New York home in October was ordered Wednesday to undergo a psychological exam after he refused to leave a holding cell.

Eric Bellucci was to be arraigned on an indictment charging him with first-degree murder and other counts in the deaths of Arthur and Marian Bellucci.

Staten Island District Attorney Daniel Donovan said the 30-year-old Bellucci refused to be fingerprinted and refused to speak with his attorney. The hearing was postponed until Jan. 20.

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