Cops: More charges for meat cleaver attacker

Police say a man who allegedly chopped off the hand of an Italian social club owner in June will face more charges.

Police say Christopher Calise used a meat cleaver to attack Vincent Zarcone, who owns the Sound Shore Fishing Club in New Rochelle, over a $50,000 debt.

According to police, Calise will soon face new felony charges because of a separate incident that also involved Zarcone. Police say Calise had previously attacked the club owner on May 27, stabbing Zarcone in the neck and smashing a dinner plate over his head.

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