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NEW YORK — A Bronx dad, who thought two parking attendants stole his coveted cologne, instigated a bloody brawl that left his son dead just hours after his high school graduation.

Isayah Muller, 19, was stabbed to death Tuesday when he rushed to help his dad, Andre, a career criminal who allegedly attacked an attendant he suspected of stealing his $200 cologne.

Muller was a running back at Truman High School in the Bronx.

The NY Daily News Reports:

Andre freaked out when he couldn’t find the cologne and allegedly landed a vicious punch on Hernandez’s jaw and repeatedly pounded him.

The terrified attendant grabbed a chair and machete to ward off the attack, but the raging ex-con then picked up a shovel and struck Hernandez, leaving a deep gash on his arm, cops said.

Read More At NYDailyNews.com

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