Woman killed in clash with homeless man mourned as caring mom, thoughtful neighbor

A woman was fatally stabbed in Brooklyn by a homeless man apparently enraged she had been too close to his tent in a makeshift Bedford-Stuyvesant encampment, police said Monday.

The homeless man, who allegedly also stabbed and wounded a male companion of Lizseh Casserly, 32, was still being sought for the senseless Saturday bloodshed as grieving neighbors mourned the loss of a loving mother and friend.

According to police, the deadly confrontation erupted at 2:25 a.m. at Herkimer Place and Perry Place, near a homeless shelter as well as a makeshift tent encampment set up by other homeless occupants.

A woman was fatally stabbed in Brooklyn by a homeless man apparently enraged she had been too close to his tent in a makeshift Bedford-Stuyvesant encampment, police said Monday.

The homeless man, who allegedly also stabbed and wounded a male companion of Lizseh Casserly, 32, was still being sought for […]

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