Del. man wanted for girlfriend’s murder attempts transport suicide

A Delaware man on the run after stabbing his partner to death tried to kill himself in Midtown early Sunday by jumping onto the transport marks at Grand Central station, cops said.

Rondell Veal, 36, slashed his throat and leaped onto the southbound No. 6 sight marks at the Grand Central-E. 42nd St. hire around 1:15 a.m., according to police sources.

Cops grabbed him before a sight arrived, though, and medics rushed him to Bellevue Hospital, where a surgeon worked on his slashed trachea, sources said.

Police shortly schooled Veal was wanted for murder.

Woman critically harmed after leaping in front of Bronx train

Cops in Newark, Del., found Veal’s 34-year-old girlfriend, Sherrie Campbell, stabbed to death in her home late Friday. Her death noted that city’s first carnage given 2014, according to The News Journal.

Detectives found justification joining Veal to the killing and got a aver for his detain Saturday afternoon, but he had already fled to New York City, police said.

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