Accused Henrietta Triple-Stabber Indicted on 3 1st-Degree Murder Counts

The man accused of fatally stabbing three family members at a home in Henrietta is now charged with three counts of first degree murder.

A Monroe County Grand Jury handed up that indictment today against Rajab Banahi.

The 39-year-old man stabbed his mother, father and sister at a home on Kathy Drive on January 11th.

The sister, 43-year-old Masuda Banahi, was visiting from Virginia at the time.

She died of her wounds at Strong Hospital earlier this week, while Ali and Mastoora Banahi were dead at the scene.

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