In the Lower East Side at the East Broadway Station, 5 drunk men attacked a cop on the platform who was responding to a complaint a woman made of being sexually harassed by them. The fiends got dropped one by one as the cop kicked each fiend in the midsection as they approached and defended himself with his baton as they kept coming at him. The last moron tried to catch the cop on a blind side but he caught him and barely got a hand on him and the dumbass fell backwards on the tracks. This is the best police work in real time I’ve seen in years. Ultimately, the cop’s bravery has been all for naught because of the city’s laws stressing leniency towards public drunkenness and public urination AND defecation, these derelicts were processed at the station as drunk and disorderly and were released without charges despite threatening to assault and endangering the life of a police officer. The main problem with this is that the NYPD only initially charged them with vagrancy which gave D.A. Vance (who sucks at his job) no choice but to release them, even though it stems from his ruling that decriminalized subway fare beating. Somehow, sleeping on the subway platform and attacking a cop are seemingly also exempt from prosecution.
Police officer Syed Ali, is a combat Army veteran who served in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and was himself profiled for being Muslim and detained by TSA officers a year ago at JFK airport which stemmed from the effects of President Trump’s travel ban. As for the five wastes of life, they are back on the street and in the subway although three of them will finally face assault charges after much protestation by the citizenry and Officer Ali’s fellow cops. Too bad citizens who are related to victims of excessive force can’t get the same belated justice.
In Midtown, a man shoved a police officer on patrol by St Patricks Cathedral, injuring his wrist and elbow and another man swung at a cop inside a McDonalds on 8th Ave.
In Harlem, a man died after arguing with a man who stole his cellphone as the thief knocked him to the ground when he tried to get it back.
Also in Harlem, a delivery man hit a transit cop with his
e-bike motorcycle while riding drunk.
In East Harlem, a 12-year-old boy was caught in the shot in the leg in front of a deli.
In Downtown, a man recklessly driving his car with his dog riding shotgun, clipped another car while speeding and caused it to flip over and catch fire, killing the driver. Then crashed into two other moving vehicles and two parked vehicles, injuring three others and then tried to run away from the wreckage he caused.
In Greenwich Village, a man who attempted to break into an apartment building cut open his hand punching it through the door window, then got arrested after he called 911 and tried to blame it on a Hispanic man. The skel has 77 prior arrests in the past 30 years.
In Kips Bay, a homeless man brutally attacked a bus driver by reaching through the window and punching her multiple times in the face and chest while she was in her drivers seat.
In Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton Street Subway Hub, a woman mugged another woman for her coat by punching her in a bathroom.
In Chelsea, a man killed himself when he fell on the tracks walking between cars as the 2 train ran over him passing the 23rd Street Station.
In the Upper East Side, another man killed himself by falling on the tracks walking between cars on the Q train as it was moving, making it the fourth time in December that commuters got killed attempting this. No word yet if these were suicides or just lethal clumsiness.
In Greenwich Village, a man killed himself falling from a balcony of an apartment building where he smoked cigarettes.
In the East Village, a delivery man who parked his car in front of the Hells Angels Club to make a food delivery to an apartment building and was yelled at by a man telling him to move his vehicle. When the delivery guy returned he was confronted then beaten up by two men as one wrapped his arms around the victims neck while his buddy repeatedly punched him in the face.
Also in the East Village, a woman had her cellphone stolen by another woman who hugged her while saying goodbye in a bar.
Again in the East Village, a homeless man was found dead lying on the sidewalk.
On a crowded 4 or 5 train, let’s assume it’s Midtown, a homeless man sprawled on the entire bench whipped out his pecker and waved it around pissing on the floor like he was Jackson Pollack as the urine cascaded down as the train rolled. Then the bum went back to his nap while commuters seem to be adjusted to such a blight of humanity.
In Steinway, the sky above Northwest Queens and the South Bronx radiated with an encapsulating electric blue blast emanating from a group of explosions of transformers at the Con Ed power plant. Scaring the shit out of the residents of nearby Astoria and L.I.C..
After Con Ed released a statement reassuring the brief electrical fire yet encompassing, frightening and disaster movie resembling energy withdrawal was under control on social media followed by replies by citizens busting out with the film references this resembled (from Thor landing (mine) and the manifestation of Gozer) the fire was doused and everything was fine and normal. Until the corporate local news teams covered this non-stop for the entire weekend.
The only question that has not been asked during all that CNN-like pointless coverage is how this happened. There wasn’t a major storm that would normally cause something this major. The last time this happened was at the Con Ed plant in the East Village during hurricane Sandy. This might be premature and reactionary, but maybe…maybe the plants can’t handle all the power consumption generated from with the influx of new young professionals and posers that have populated NW Queens, crowding and inflating the rents in Astoria.
Just one street on Long Island City. This was from a year ago, they are finished and occupied. (JQ LLC)
And of course, doubtlessly from Long Island City, with all that tower hyperdevelopment, it’s an easy bet that too much energy is being consumed over there. What’s going to happen when Bezos and amazon’s gentries come to the area? (since the latter are already rapidly buying condos). Will the truth come out or will it be one of those #thingstheydidnttellamazon.
In Laurelton, a man tried to board a bus without paying then punched the driver’s face multiple times when he told him to get off.
In Jamaica, a fire broke out in a storefront church and engulfed the apartments above it, killing a 64-year-old man and an 86-year-old man.
Also in Jamaica, a pimp that regularly beat, tortured and robbed a woman he exploited forcing her into prostitution got caught when he hit her with a wooden plank just to get $40 from her.
Again in Jamaica, the rear wall of an abandoned church collapsed to the ground. Neighboring residents have filed complaints to the D.O.B. about the building for 2 years.
In Jackson Heights, a disabled 18-year-old woman’s wheelchair worth $6,000 was stolen by a lowlife who clipped the chain off a fence it was attached to outside the home on Christmas Day. The mother chose to leave it outside because it was too heavy to carry to her second floor apartment.
Also in Long Island City, a man hammered down a wall and broke into an office building and robbed a bunch of handbags worth over $9,000
In Bayside, this months FDNY calendar fireman model bashed a bottle over another man’s head during an argument in front of a bar.
In Flushing, a man held up another man at knifepoint when he was talking aloud about how much money he earned then cut him as he tried to rob him and made off with his handbag.
Also in Flushing and Ridgewood, a hipster robbed $8,500 from bank ATM’s by using duplicated debit cards.
Again in Flushing, a woman kidnapped the baby Jesus from a manger at a church.
In Richmond Hill, a teenage male ripped the cellphones out of the hands of two people while whizzing by them on a bike
In South Ozone Park, a 16-year-old boy escaped from a group home for juvenile delinquents by pulling a fire alarm and jetted out the door when it triggered the magnetic locks to open. Cops have not released much information on why he was there and he is now on the loose in a residential neighborhood.
Again in South Ozone Park and Richmond Hill, a man held up four women at gunpoint in the last three weeks, robbing three woman of their cellphones and cash and knocking down a 60-year-old woman to the ground who resisted and snatched her purse and cellphone.
In Ozone Park, a homeless man was found dead inside a van in a junkyard.
In Woodhaven, a massive fire engulfed a three floor mixed use commercial and residential apartment building.
In Far Rockaway, a man strangled his daughter during a domestic dispute.
In Maspeth, an off-duty traffic cop slammed a door into his husbands face during a domestic dispute.
Also in Maspeth, two men were walking around the town with a shopping cart ripping off package deliveries in front of houses. The cart pusher got arrested. (#BoycottAmazon)
In Sunnyside, a driver speeding on the L.I.E. lost control and flipped his car over and crashed at an exit.
In St. Albans, a fire broke out on the top floor of an apartment building, killing a teenage girl and injuring two women.
In Coney Island, a man broke into 88-year-old woman’s apartment in a NYCHA building on 7 a.m. Christmas morning and beat her down as she laid in her bed as he shouted and demanded where the money was. After he ransacked her dresser drawers, he continued to beat her up on her bed and continued assaulting her after she pressed her life alert alarm and screamed causing him to run away.
The victim’s building does not have functioning locks on the doors, which were damaged during Hurricane Sandy six years ago, and is only manned by security guards during the day and not after 8 p.m.. The senior citizen also left her door ajar because she was expecting her home health aide, which the creep easily took advantage of.
The prowler eventually got arrested and was unsurprisingly found to have served in prison twice before. He had the audacity to blame the mismanagement and gross neglect by NYCHA (even this guy is right about that) for invading the woman’s home and his brutal assault on her, even though some mook on the grounds encouraged him to go in that building to “get money” because the doors were unlocked. Rikers is going to have to stay open a little bit longer.
In Brownsville at the Sutter Ave. Station, a man stepped off the L train and was ambushed by four men who jumped him and beat him down on the platform, kicking and punching him on the floor then robbing his backpack, phone, and headphones and leaving him bloody with a broken nose and swollen eye. The four thieves escape from the train stalled at the station by jumping over the metal ropes between the cabin cars.
In East New York, three teenage boys stole a city bus and went on a joyride ending up at South Conduit ave just a few miles away. MTA officials were not sure how they were able to steal it, but an incident that happened regarding another bus theft in the Bronx mentioned here later should debunk that denial.
Also in East New York, a woman about to enter her home was held up at gunpoint by two men and robbed her of her purse.
In Vinegar Hill at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, a man held up a business office at gunpoint and robbed $800 and a cellphone from a woman employed there.
In Prospect Heights, two men held up a hip cafe by gunpoint and stole and rolled out with an ATM machine.
In Cypress Hills at the Cypress Hills Station, a man grabbed a woman on the elevated platform and tried to force her into blowing him. She kicked him in the balls and fought him off as he tried to pin her down causing the big pussy to flee.
Also in Cypress Hills, a woman was held up at gunpoint by a man in broad daylight and robbed of her wallet and cellphone.
In Sheepshead Bay, a man ripped off a cellphone from a store and a worker gave chase. The man then ran up the elevated train station and tried to flee on the tracks and wound up dead when an express Q train hit him.
In Crown Heights, a man jimmied a lock of an apartment building with a screwdriver and robbed a package containing sunglasses worth over $1,000 from the vestibule.
O at the York St. Station, a man kicked and punched a commuter in the stomach and head on the F train during an argument over a seat.
In Sunset Park, a cockfighting ring in a barber shop was raided by police and arrested it’s manager.
In Williamsburg, a man forced opened a door of an apartment building and robbed a package containing shoes that was left in front of a tenants door.
In Bed-Stuy, a 58-year-old disabled woman died of a heart attack in her apartment as EMT’s couldn’t get to her because of the dilapidation of the building from the roof collapsing months before made access impossible.
Also in Bed-Stuy, a man was paddled 200 times on his ass after partying with a fraternity group in a brownstone building.
In Brighton Beach, a 64-year-old woman was jumped from behind in her apartment by a man who shoved her to the floor and robbed her of 12 bucks.
Also in Brighton Beach, a woman washed up dead on the shore by the boardwalk.
In Eastchester, a fat slovenly man sneaked into a house in the late afternoon and attacked a woman who was lying in her bedroom with her 2-year-old son in a crib by her. The man took a jumping rope and tried to tie her up as the child was screaming, the woman fought him off but was grabbed and strangled by the deviant as she was furiously knocking on the bathroom door to get her husband to come out of the shower. He came out and punched the invader who then ran away leaving his rope behind. The family just moved into that home after being homeless for half a year.
In Charlotte Gardens, a crew of five men broke into a supermarket, cracked the safe and robbed it of $21,000. It was the eight business they have burglarized in the past 4 months in the borough by cracking safes and busting open ATM’s stealing a total of over $166,000.
In Mount Eden, an off-duty traffic cop involved in a car wreck took out a machete to confront the other driver.
In Foxhurst, a man was shot to death after meeting his killer on the street and bled out when he returned to his apartment
In Parkchester, a man was killed on the street from getting shot in the back.
In Claremont Village, another man was killed on the street from getting shot in the back seven hours later from the murder in Parkchester.
In Norwood, an off-duty police officer strangled his mother following a dispute she was having with his father.
In University Heights at the 183rd St. Station, a man got on the 4 train, sat next to a 4-year-old girl and slid his grimy hand underneath her to cop a feel. He then threatened her mother when she yelled at him then got off at Grand Central.
In Hunts Point, a man snatched a crate of beer off a freight train and got killed by another one as he crossed the tracks running away.
In Riverdale, an 80-year-old man slipped under a city bus when he tried to get on and the driver crushed his legs under the rear wheels as he kept going.
In Longwood, a man stole a city bus from an MTA yard and drove it around for 8 hours, going to Queens and back. Transit system workers were not even aware it was missing and one bus driver pointed out that all you have to do to start the engine is to press a button.
And again in Longwood, six teenagers stole another bus that was left parked in front of a shopping mall and went on a triboro tour cruising through the Bronx then Queens and Brooklyn and ditching the bus a half a mile away from where they stole it. This makes it the third time an MTA vehicle was robbed in two weeks.
In Mott Haven at St. Mary’s Park, despite a city program to tamp down on
heroin abuse heroin addict littering by placing receptacle boxes for the needles and other works has barely made a dent (or a jab), as needles and vials are still being disposed on the grounds in full view by the junkies, who according to one honest addict observed that those boxes give them permission to shoot up with impunity.
At St. Marys, over 20,000 needles were found on the grounds where citizens and families go and kids play. The grounds that Mayor Big Slow de Blasio exhorted to
critics that would not be ceded when he announced the 60 million dollar social engineering policy to place 60 kiosks to place at 3 parks including this one. That’s 1 million dollars for each smack waste basket and they are only being utilized by junkies barely above 10% of the time. Not in Central Park or Carl Schulz by Gracie Mansion. Not even by Prospect Park which is near his own home in Park Slope.
After acknowledging the failure, Mayor Big Slow and NYC Parks decided to go back to the city largesse again for $350,000 and hire six big hearted individuals to clean up the dope fiend detritus and another 450 large for mental health workers to aide junkies to rehab centers. NYC Parks already has over 50 people cleaning up these biohazard materials. So that algae that is amassing at your area parks lake is going to have to wait.
To be fair, St. Mary’s is actually an ideal place to implement a needle disposal program, despite how stupid it is, for that park has been a junkie haven for decades. And it’s understandable why addicts don’t want to go near those boxes for fear of the cops popping up to cuff them, but mostly because they are too loaded and and too weak to clean up after themselves. But it’s clear they have nothing to fret because they continue to shoot out in the open even though the NYPD presence at St. Mary’s had spiked (pun intended) after a NY Post reporter witnessed five of them getting doped up.
As for the citizenry and the children of Mott Haven who frequent St. Mary’s, they are collectively pretty much jaded and sick of hearing the empty declarations and promises from Mayor Big Slow and also say they haven’t seen any punitive actions or even the slightest hassle towards the junkies from the cops as well. The only reported recent action and admonishment by police to move along was toward a father and his son, who were in the park riding their bikes and sat by a bench where one of those needle boxes. Surely knowing how bizarre that look, the cops also hassled 3 addicts and searched them in a token act of law enforcement. It’s like the NYPD is enforcing Murphy’s Law to manage this societal malaise.
The NYPD was thinking of their safety of course and also not to disrupt de Faustio’s social engineering debacle, but for the law abiding people and innocent kids it’s just another blight they have to get adjusted to as their towns slowly become “opportunity zones” for oligarchs and wealthy developers and investors to profit from.
One last thing. The cops are treating the Bronx junkies with kid gloves while they had no problem slapping the cuffs on thousands and thousands of Black and Puerto Rican people for smoking and possessing pot during de Faustio’s 5 years corrupting City Hall.
In Port Richmond, a man whose car was sideswiped from a hit-and-run driver followed the perpetrator to his job at a deli and walked in there brandishing a metal bat and challenged the man to step outside, where he swung at his arms and legs then ran away.
In Great Kills, a man robbed $30 off an 87-year-old woman who was heading to the mailbox to send a stack of Christmas cards she was carrying.
Also in Great Kills, a man driving drunk crashed his car into an elevated train track post.
In Port Richmond, four men beat down and robbed a man on a street corner.
In New Springville, a retired internal affairs officer had 2 loaded shotguns and 2 stun guns confiscated from his home due to a warrant stemming from him posting threatening videos and shitlists against other cops on his blog.
Also in New Springville, two was arrested for robberies of tech gadgets worth five grand from two stores at the Staten Island Mall
In Cottage Place, a woman through her cat out of her window, causing the feline to lose a leg.
And somewhere in S.I., a man walked up to a porch and robbed an Amazon delivery despite getting caught by the homeowner.
Happy new year, citizens of all ages. Remember to stay and even get more informed and be aware of your surroundings. Yours truly from Impunity City…