In Downtown Brooklyn, a jewerly store was robbed of $800,000 worth of merchandise by 4 robbers clad in construction safety vests and a hazmat suit late in the afternoon, opportunistically taking advantage of the rash of hyper-development in the area. The store manager was left behind with a head wound from being pistol-whipped.
In Coney Island, a Maryland mother of two daughters came home to spend the Memorial Day weekend with her family got shot to death by her estranged ex-husband. He shot her twice, once point blank in the face and then as she was on the ground in front of her parent’s house in Seagate. The killer has prior arrests going back a decade and he still on the loose.
In Canarsie, a man followed a woman into a restroom in a McDonald’s and dropped his pants and tried to rape her.
A man was shot on a street corner in East Flatbush as he was heading for his home in the early evening hours
In a motel in Gravesend, a tourist from North Carolina who left his 45 caliber handgun in his room wound up arrested after a cleaning woman found it under a mattress.
In East Flatbush, a 65 year old woman was robbed of her life savings totaling $28,000 by a couple, a 50 year old woman and man who claimed to be a pastor that conned her about having trouble giving money to a charity.
At a NYCHA apartment building in Bushwick, a man was killed after being shot 7 times at 11:20 p.m.
Also in the
Piano District South Bronx, there is a cellphone robbing spree committed by a group of teenagers.
Inside a deli bodega in Longwood, after trying to buy 2 forties of beer, a man slashed another man with a box cutter following an argument.
An off duty cop crashed his car into a metal barrier driving drunk in the
Piano District South Bronx.
In Wakefield, a woman walking to work was attacked by another woman who smashed a bottle over her head.
In Jamaica Hills, a man stabbed a landlord in the face with a screwdriver as he was trying to change the locks on the door to keep out a delinquent tenant.
In South Jamaica, a man shot another man in the head on a street corner at 11 p.m., killing him.
Also in South Jamaica, 2 men were shot in front of a night club on Merrick Blvd. The targeted victim was killed.
In Fresh Meadows, 2 robbers armed with guns robbed a MetroPCS store.
In Murray Hill, a man was shot in the face and died in front of a corner grocery store.
In Richmond Hill, a man with a knife approached two women in their 50’s, robbed one of them and knocked her friend to the ground
In Jamaica, a man was killed walking along the Van Wyck Expressway when he was hit by a car, the impact led to the victim getting hit by two other cars driving the same way. All drivers involved in the accident were driving with suspended licenses.
In Port Richmond, a man being pursued by police over a lack of a front license plate sped into and hit a 13 year old walking his brother crossing the street, critically injuring him and running away on foot.
In St. George, a mother of three was arriving home from an amusement park when she was hit by a speeding SUV as she was taking one of her kids out of her car, leaving her in critical condition and a chance she might lose her leg. The driver fled the area and is at large.
In the Financial District on Wall Street, 2 food vendors got into a fight over sidewalk space when one of them bashed the other man’s head as he laid on the ground.
At the Union Square train station, a performance artist came to the defense of an elderly couple harassed by 3 kids doing “showtime” dancing in the car who were yelling slurs at them and swatting a yarmulke off the man’s head. The kids followed the artist out of the train and attacked and pummeled him with punches and beat him with his own hula hoop after he tried to engage them in a dance battle.
In Midtown in front of Trump Tower, 2 people were arrested after they attacked a group of 4 people standing in front of the building showing their support for aspiring tyrant and massive pussy Figurehead Trump.
In Harlem, a man shot another in the ankle in front of a bodega.
On the street on York Ave. and E. 61st on Lenox Hill, an off duty MTA worker assaulted another man with his cellphone after a traffic dispute.
In Midtown West, a tourist leapt to his death from a window at the TRYP hotel clad only in his underwear.
At Food and Finance High School (??) in Hell’s Kitchen, a 17 year old student was locked in the freezer by 3 other students who were taunting in from the outside with knives.
At Grand Central Station , a homeless mentally ill woman slashed another woman with a knife on the platform as they were exiting the train, after she followed her through the emergency door while she was pushing her daughter in her stroller to get in at the 125th stop on Lexington Ave. in Harlem, sat next to her on the train and the victim and her daughter moved to another seat because she were disturbed by her behavior.
This incident has discouraged the victim from commuting on the subway out of fear, as a rise in violence by aggressive homeless people has become widespread despite denials by the MTA, whose own employees have witnessed erratic behavior from the homeless population in the stations, on the platforms and in train cars.
This particular incident cannot stress deep enough the utter lack of mental facilities in this city, and the disturbing fact that citizens have to take extra precaution taking precaution when it comes to avoidable confrontations.
But at least she didn’t get shot, which our mayoral spokesperson and fucking moron Eric Phillips probably thinks it’s just dandy and a sign of continued winning.
Cellphone masturbator Eric and his cowardly boss Mayor De Faustio might want to put down their craft beers celebrating this dubious and tone deaf victory and acknowledge that one of those murders, the woman who got shot point blank in Coney Island by her estranged husband who is a now a fugitive, were major stories in the NY Daily News and the NY Post. This social media post denigrates the severity and the memory of the victim and reduces her to a marginal victim and another slight statistic so imbeciles like the aforementioned can continue to make comparisons to what crime was like 25 years ago and things are so swell and vibrant now.
The citizens of this city they are running into the ground would be best to take advice and information elsewhere.