New Bad Days 42: Argument Over Parking Space Leads To Street Stabbing, Vehicular Assault And Accidental Murder; Subway Walls Come Tumbling Down; A Penn Station Newsstand Proprietor Gets Beaten Into A Coma Minutes From His Home Heading To Work And A Chronic Public Dick Wanker Repulses And Alarms Park Goers And Children With Impunity

087.jpg
089The night after…
The night of.

In South Richmond Hill, two men from Far Rockaway bar-hopping in the town got involved in a fight with a group of men in front of a hookah hangout over a parking space and the damage caused to another vehicle. The argument escalated into a brawl with two men getting stabbed and the suspect getting into his car and driving on the sidewalk into the crowd of six people assembled in front of a corner bodega with another vehicle in pursuit of it. One man died from the vehicular attack, who turned out to be the best friend of the driver.

Liberty Ave. is one of the worst places for parking and even driving. Every night there is double parking and creative K and U turning that it’s not surprising that a gruesome incident like this happened for it was certainly inevitable. Add to it a general consensus of this generation’s proclivity and embracing of selfishness, cruelty and obligatory violence.

In Flushing, a woman was attacked from behind by two people in front of her house and her had purse stolen containing $2,000. The idiot robbers later used her card to buy something at a Rite-Aid.

In Long Island City at a playground, two men approached two other men hanging out and held them up by flashing a gun then proceeded to go the nearest ATM to rob $100 of them including their cellphones.

Also in Long Island City, a man ripped off a wallet from a pharmacy clerk who tried to find something he feigned to be looking for.

In Bayside, a sharp dressed man is suspected in a spate of home burglaries according to the 111th Pct., whom also noted a 50% rise of burglaries compared to November of last year.

In Middle Village, two men broke into a grocery store around 3 a.m. and robbed it of $5,150

In Jackson Heights, a man arrested for assault ran away from police custody while still handcuffed.

Also in Jackson Heights, a man broke into a home and beat up his step-son and a 5-year-old boy with him.

In Astoria, a street fight led to a man getting shot in the chest in front of the Ravenswood Houses at 4 p.m. and died later from his wound.

Also in Astoria, a man broke into a restaurant by breaking a window then robbed the register of $2,500.

Again in Astoria, 3 men broke into a kickboxing gym and robbed it of $1,500 of cash and clothing.

In Springfield Gardens on the Belt Parkway, a 70-year-old man got killed attempting to walk across the highway roads.

In Belle Harbor, a fire spread through an apartment started by a lit cigarette killing a 12-year-old boy inside. The building’s fire detectors did not go off.

Also in Belle Harbor, a man stole a mailed package in front of house.

Brooklyn

In Bay Ridge at the 86th Street Train station, a train derailed at 5:30 a.m. when it ran over concrete that fell off a wall on the tracks. It really looks like it was initially laid down between the rails in a way to avoid service suspension and actually working to remove a hazardous threat. Commuters complaints ran the gamut between the consensus opinions of atypical lousy service, the asinine feud by the asshole governor and mayor over funding the subway and another similar incident from a year ago on the same line in the same town. This comes on the heels of the recent fast tracking improvement of 2 stops on the same line by gentrifying Sunset Park, which included new walls with mosaic like art on it. 86th here would have benefited with just sturdy plain walls, Gov. Andy.

In Brighton Beach, a masked man threw molitov cocktails inside of a supermarket then drove off on a motorcycle.

In Greenpoint, a 63-year-old woman was punched in the face and robbed of her purse containing $40 and a phone by two men who followed her home at 10:30 p.m..

In Williamsburg, a man flashing a knife that was threatening a neighbor in an apartment building was tazed by cops that arrived when he lunged at his foe.

In Brownsville, after arranging a sale through an app, a 17-year-old boy was ripped off by a man that sold him a cellphone by putting a soap bar in iphone box and then threatened him with a gun and stole his actual iphone and $200.

Also in Brownsville, a man was shot in the chest inside an apartment building lobby.

In Cypress Hills, 3 teenagers approached a man passing by and ganged up on him, throwing him to and beating him on the ground then robbed his backpack, cellphone and wallet.

Also in Cypress Hills, a police car responding to an emergency got smashed when a driver in a SUV ran a stop sign.

Again in Cypress Hills, a man got slashed and had his wallet stolen by two men.

And again in Cypress Hills, two men involved in a fight in supermarket checkout line knocked down a 91-year-old woman during the tussle.

In Bushwick, 3 teenagers started bashing a car with sticks and attacked the driver with punches and kicks when he stepped out of the vehicle then ran off.

In Fort Greene at a homeless shelter, a DHS worker was found to be sexually abusing two poor vulnerable women staying there.

Also in Fort Greene, a man approached a woman on the street and engaged in small talk with her, then he stalked and sexually assaulted her and robbed her cellphone and keys.

In Flatbush at the Newkirk Ave. Station, a drunk man cracked a broken bottle he was drinking from on the head of a commuter after he insulted him with bigoted remarks then followed him off the train.

In East Flatbush, a man was found dead in an apartment lobby with wounded from multiple gunshots.

In Midwood, a drunk driver pulled over by cops attempted to flee and engaged in a 3 mile chase ending by crashing into a brick wall at a home in Manhattan Beach.

In Boerum Hill, a man hailed a taxi then held up the driver at gunpoint and robbed his wallet and cellphones.

In various incidents in Sheepshead Bay and Manhattan Beach, an 18-year-old man making an arrangement to sell e-cigarette fluid cartridges worth $570 to two men was held up at knifepoint and robbed by them, two men broke into a store at night and burglarized it of $550, and a person sneaked into a syngogue back door and robbed a donation box containing $100.

In various incidents in Bensonhurst and Bath Beach, a man was robbed of $2,000 from another man who promised him employment through an on-line ad, a man broke a car window and stole and used a debit card that was inside, a man punched his sister in the face when she wouldn’t give him money, a man delivering pizza at a house was held up at gunpoint and robbed of his cell phone and cash, and a man robbed a purse from a mother’s baby stroller.

In various incidents in Bay Ridge and Dyker Heights, a $55,000 SUV at a dealer lot left running with the key in the ignition was robbed by a man who jumped in it and drove off at 3 p.m.,  and a man impersonating a Con Ed worker robbed a woman of $2,000 when he called her that she owed the utility money.

In Borough Park, a 60-year-old woman got hit by a car while jaywalking.

In Gravesend, a 74-year-old woman crossing the street got hit by a car and died from her injuries.

In Canarsie, an off-duty transit cop slapped her daughter during a domestic dispute.

Bronx

Brutalized for 6 bucks.

In Parkchester, a longtime newsstand operator at Penn Station heading for work before dawn was brutally beaten on the street blocks from his home and robbed of his possessions, a briefcase containing his lunch and a wallet containing a metrocard and $6.

Also in Parkchester, a 19-year-old woman was slashed in the face by a stranger she was arguing with on a city bus.

In Allerton, a gang of four teenage muggers are involved in month long crime spree assaulting and robbing 5 victims of their cellphones and headphones and $5,000.

Two one-year-old girls were treated for accidental overdoses of heroin. One by inhaling residue off a sheet in a bed where her father was sleeping in, and another one while during a midnight stroll with her parents, picked up a green baggie on the ground and put it her mouth.

In Fordham-Bedford, a man smoking a joint crashed into a retirement home and tried to rob an 84-year-old man while yelling bigoted insults and hitting him with a cardboard tube and a fire extinguisher. That joint was probably angel dust or swag.

In Morrisania, a woman was stabbed to death inside her apartment by her boyfriend.

At a special ed school in Foxhurst, a teacher was found dead from an overdose in a staff bathroom.

In Fordham Heights a 24-year-old man raped a 13-year-old girl that he brought to his house from the school he worked in.

In Riverdale, a deviant in an SUV accosting a 12-year-old girl on the street was thwarted by a group of firemen at the area who chased him out, causing the perv to drive off and crash into a school bus and hopping a sidewalk to get away.

In Claremont, the founder of the excellent Golden Krust bakery restaurants committed suicide by shooting himself at his flagship warehouse. He was about to face charges of wage theft and tax evasion.

Staten Island

In Mariners Harbor, a man was found dead in his truck with a shotgun wound to his head.

In Rosebank, a man attacked 2 cops responding to a domestic dispute he was involved in.

In St. George, a woman was robbed of her laptop and bank card by a man she arranged a date with.

Manhattan

In Midtown West, a double decker tour bus crashed into a meat truck, causing it to collide with a police car on 46th street. A recent report focused on the lack of regulations and poor vetting of hiring drivers, some with histories of drunk driving, regarding the operations of these vehicles and the city’s lax investigations of them, minimal traffic violation enforcement and licensing compared to charter and local buses.

In Inwood at Fort Tyron Park, a man that attacked, assaulted and was attempting to rob a woman inside a tunnel was stopped by a male jogger who intervened. As the jogger and victim were walking away, the mugger sucker punched him causing him to fall on the ground. The asshole actually tried to rob another woman jogging in the park then ran away.

In Harlem, a woman was slashed in the face at a bus stop after two men crept up behind her and her friend in an act of familiarity.

In the Upper East Side, a man held up a high-end watch store at gunpoint at 11:30 a.m. and stole 14 watches worth $700,000. He is also a suspect with a partner at a similar robbery of another jewelry store blocks away.

In Midtown on the 6 train arriving at 51st and Lexington, a homeless man menacing a 70-year-old man sitting below him attacked him with a screwdriver and ran off.

In Chelsea during a security check at 6 high schools, 10 students were found possessing knives and had them confiscated.

In Midtown West, a man went into a hotel and accessed an air duct and lit his shoe on fire. (Shoe bomber terror attack attempt??).

In Union Square at the Washington Irving Campus, an 18-year-old man stole a backpack from a 16-year-old girl then attacked and raped her in a stairwell after she tried to retrieve it.

In Downtown, a man committed suicide by jumping off a garage roof.

At Columbia University in Morningside Heights, a fire went off in a dorm room torching an entire suite on it’s floor.

In Washington Heights, a man was shot at six times on the street while hanging out with his friends, dying later in a hospital.

In Chelsea, a man got killed riding his bike after he blew a red light.

By a pre-school in East Harlem, an NYPD school safety agent pushed woman into a garbage pile during an argument.

In Greenwich Village, a man barged into an apartment building front door and grabbed a woman by the hair and threatened her and stole her handbag.

In Kips Bay, three men ganged up and beat down another to steal his headphones

Also in Kips Bay, a teenage girl got raped by a 18-year-old man in a apartment building stairwell.

In Stuyvesant Town, a woman got scammed and robbed of $30,000 by person claiming to be a police officer that demanded to be paid in itune cards.

In NoMad at the 28th street station, a woman trying to retrieve a purse she dropped on the tracks had her legs severed trying avoid the arriving train.

In the East Village, a man was strangling and beating his girlfriend in his car after demanding to see her cell phone even as he was speeding down the street with the woman hanging from the open door. As she left his car, he tried to grab her purse and attracted the attention of beat cops and threw the purse at them and then sped off down the street causing a 10 block high speed chase leading to his arrest.

Also in the East Village, a man broke into a car and stole $2,500 worth of merchandise.

And finally in East Village at Tompkins Square Park, a man sitting on a bench by a children’s play area without his pants on, his junk exposed and masturbating for all to see, lashed out at citizens who profusely told him to leave by yelling obscenities at them and threatening to hit them with a brick and then ran away.

According to the blog EV Grieve, the man has been a consistent nuisance and masturbated in full view in the park over a year ago.

In the recent incident, witnesses at the dog run obtained a cellphone and his pants and brought it to cops at the time, but are reportedly discouraged because they told them that they have to file a complaint at the precinct to get this deviant arrested.

At Cipriani’s Saturday in Grand Central, President Trump showed up and had a feast in celebration of his recent abominable political triumph of the passage of the Senate tax bill for the oligarch welfare tax cuts which was attended by hundreds of shouting protesters across the street.

https://cdn.newsday.com/polopoly_fs/1.15285565.1512243715!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_1280/image.jpg

Which was accompanied by a mass deployment of NYPD patrolmen and women approximate to crowd size.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DQFlkTMUMAIdj5i.jpg

And a phalanx of militarized cops brandishing automatic rifles.

https://i1.wp.com/assets.nydailynews.com/polopoly_fs/1.3672602.1512239150!/img/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_1200/nypd-officers-stand-guard-demonstrators-part-protest-fundraising-breakfast-cipriani-trump-2020-campaign-manhattan-borough-new-york.jpg

All for people that showed up expressing their freedom to publicly assemble and freedom of speech.

Yet that same police force can’t send one cop to catch and detain a pantless lunatic pervert for a year, jerking off in public in addition to threatening violence at random people, despite eyewitness accounts unless they physically go to the precinct and file a complaint.

That is a recent photo, and now he’s got a branch, wearing rogue makeup and slippers. It looks like he’ll continue to evade arrest and surveillance as long as he is not protesting against the president, any local elected official, or against issues like middle class and working poor surmounting infinite wealth disparity and the normalization and legalization of bribery in government and politics . Well, the city obviously has other priorities. Let’s be careful out there citizens.

 

 

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s