In his first minutes as Mayor of New York City, Eric Adams immediately erased the stain of his elitist predecessor Bill de Blasio by taking the train to Manhattan and fulfilled his promise to be a proactive mayor by doing his duty as a public servant and citizen by witnessing an assault on the street occur and reporting it to emergency services. Riding alone with the press in the presence of regular commuters and a derelict taking up a bench on the J train, Adams stressed how he was going to bring back public safety to the city that has seen the largest rise in crimes in years, over 100,000 total reported offenses, notably murders which came close to hitting 500. Adams enthusiasm was palpable and after having a round table meeting with his staffers in City Hall, it was an auspicious debut for the new mayor, which conveyed some hope in the bleakness of the New Bad Days era that has infected the five boroughs in the last decade.
But Mayor Adams honeymoon and momentum got cockblocked by also recently elected Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Bragg, on his third day on the job, wrote and dispensed a memo to his prosecutors to lessen the severity of charges for crimes where a gun or a knife is used and also for home invasion burglaries would be reduced to larcenies, which combined with the asinine bail reform laws instituted 2 years ago, would have led to less prison time or none at all. The logic behind this basically says that as long as you don’t kill or cripple anyone physically, then it’s not worth the punishment for imprisonment, regardless of the financial and traumatic effects that is placed on the innocent victim.
While Mayor Adams had nothing but diplomatic praise for the new D.A.. New, glass ceiling breaking NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell was having none of it, seeing that the leniency being meted out by the arrogant Bragg was counterproductive and predicted an exacerbation and escalation of the crimes his memo marginalized and would leave cops less able to make arrests and leave them vulnerable to violent attacks which would make the streets less safer for the citizenry as a whole.
The blowback from that memo would lead to one of the rough and bloody first month for Adams and for any new mayor that’s ever been seen in New York City.
In East Harlem, on day one of retired NYPD police captain’s Eric Adams mayoralty, a cop working two shifts during a holiday for most people got shot in the head from a stray bullet while taking a nap in his car at his precinct’s parking lot.
Compelling the new mayor to condemn the perpetrator(s) of this shooting:
“This is not going to be a city of disorder, this is not going to be a city of violence. This city is returning from the violent past to a place that is safe to raise our children and families.”
The perps involved are still on the loose.
Also in East Harlem, a man walked into a Burger King and pistol whipped a customer, punched the restaurant manager and then held up a cashier at gunpoint. She opened up the register and gave the man $100. After he looked at the money, he turned around and shot her to death and then ran away. The young woman he murdered was trying to change shifts to the afternoon because she was already fearful to walk the streets where she lived at night after only three weeks working the graveyard shift at the restaurant, fears that were corroborated by a good friend of hers.The victim’s mother, who also works at another fast food restaurant, also tried to persuade the manager to move her hours earlier. The victim was planning to go to nursing school with the money she was earning while helping her mother pay the rent and the bills.
The killer got caught by the cops five days later. He is undocumented immigrant and homeless and was dwelling in a hotel homeless shelter in Jamaica where he threatened another person with a screwdriver a month earlier and was once an employee of the same fast food restaurant where he murdered Krystal Baron-Nieves in cold blood, which is probably why he wasn’t content with the money he robbed and decided to kill her.
The community let him have it during his transfer from the precinct to the courthouse, which didn’t faze him and he reveled in as he cursed them out and yelled about historic oppression of Black people.
Again in East Harlem, a man got into an argument with a group of men inside a car, then they all came out and one of them sneaked up behind him and stabbed him in the neck after he kicked the vehicle. Then the man bled out on the sidewalk staggering by passerby and collapsed and died on the pavement.
And again in East Harlem, a man shot another man to death on the sidewalk in broad daylight.
And again in East Harlem, a woman was left for dead and her baby daughter was left to starve and lie her own feces and urine beside her mother’s body at a homeless shelter for a week by the Department of Homeless Services. And the municipal agency sat on this negligent and gruesome death and malfeasance for over 7 months. The ass covering obfuscation of this tragedy was the most likely under the orders of former abomination mayor de Blasio.
In Harlem, a man shot and killed two cops with a fusillade of bullets from his bedroom inside his mother’s apartment using an automatic weapon with a drum barrel cartridge. A back up cop shot him down as he was trying to flee the premises. The cops were there to respond to a domestic disturbance call where the son was arguing with his mother about her not wanting to eat vegan food. The mother who made the 911 call did not mention her son was armed.
Officer Jason Rivera, a rookie cop who recently married his childhood sweetheart, was killed instantly. Officer Wilbert Mora, who had a bullet lodged in his brain, died from his wounds four days later following two surgeries. Their killer, who had multiple priors and served time in two other states and just moved to Harlem only months ago while still on probation, died from his wounds.
Jason Rivera just got finished training and was only on the job for a few months, he joined the NYPD to bridge the cap between the police and communities and wanted to bring fundamental change to the force as well even after a bad experience dealing with them as a youth.
Also in Harlem at the 125th St. Station, a man stabbed a woman on her leg on the platform to settle and argument they were having.
Again in Harlem, a man slugged his son and knocked him on the floor inside a restaurant.
And again in Harlem, two men chased down two other men on the street and then one of them pulled out a gun during the pursuit and shot one of them to death after a drug deal gone bad.
In Times Square, a man cursed out a homeless woman who asked him for change in front of a chain pharmacy, then got beat down to the pavement and stabbed and robbed his ipad and $340 by her and her boyfriend the minute he stepped out of the store. Passerby walked by and gawked and then the dirty duo fled into the subway without paying the fare.
Also in Times Square at the 42nd St. Station during the morning rush, a homeless man pushed a woman off the platform as the R train arrived, killing her instantly. Just moments before he murdered her, he tried to push another woman onto the tracks, but she saw him and instinctively moved away from him.
Following his arrest and after his procession, the man bragged about his killing, accused the woman he murdered of stealing his jacket and claimed he was God. Michelle Go worked as a volunteer to help the homeless for a non-profit organization that was being financed the titan consultant agency corporation that she was also employed by.
The day after her horrific death, Mayor Adams and transit authorities did a press briefing at that station and declared that subways are still safe and how that killing and other random violent incidents that have occurred in the subway was all based on the perception of fear, which was a common and incorrect talking point uttered repetitiously by the last mayor Bill de Blasio. And it’s still tremendously wrong coming from Adams’ mouth as evidenced by decreasing ridership and the still glaring lack of services for mentally ill homeless people.
Realizing how invalid his take was ( which was possibly was relayed to him by his economic advisors and meathead urbanish influencers), Mayor Adams retracted his statement and acknowledged the legitimate fear that his constituents have for returning to the subway. Even though he ran and won the mayor’s election promising and emphasized on his first commute to the office to bring down crime on the transit system. Funny how perception suddenly changes, although maybe if Adams wasn’t fucking around networking with the two shittiest mayors in America, maybe his perception would have been more precise.
But nothing could be worse than the perception by his very own NYPD, because there were two cops deployed at the station where Martial Simon shoved Ms. Go to her demise, but we’re all the way on the other end of the platform. They also somehow missed the other woman Simon tried to assault.
“We had a robust plan for this station today. We had six officers assigned to it. There were two officers on the southbound platform to the southern end when this incident occurred,” Assistant NYPD Chief Kathleen O’Reilly said.
“Unfortunately these incidents do occur. They’re rare but this one is very harrowing and disturbing,” she said.
Real robust, a mentally ill man menacing a woman and cops seem to be slacking off. And it looks like Adams not only is feigning to sympathize with his constituents concerns, he is also getting his insouciant subway violence data from Chief O’Riley as well.
Again in Times Square, dozens of people defying former mayor Bill de Blasio’s vaccine mandate in protest attempted to eat at shitty chain movie theme restaurant and a robust deployment of cops came to enforce it under Dave Chokshi’s orders and arrested eight of them, including a wheelchair dependent woman with D.S. syndrome.
In Midtown, a man saw a homeless man sleeping against a wall of an office building and placed his own coat on him to keep him warm, then the homeless man pounced and beat him down to the pavement and stole his wallet and fled.
Cops on the beat nearby immediately caught the thief and arrested him and was found with $1,500 in his pocket. The man was just released with only a desk appearance ticket from a similar possum playing mugging of a woman four days earlier when a woman tried to help him and he beat her down as well. He also randomly attacked a young couple in Central Park for no reason on the second day of 2022. His attorney demanded he be released because his violent criminal act doesn’t warrant jail time according to Manhattan D.A. Bragg’s memo.
Also in Midtown, a man jacked a lux SUV off another man with a broken taser in front of an office building in broad daylight and drove the wrong way and smashed into unmarked patrol car to make his getaway as a cop tried in vain to get him out of the drivers seat. Then he ditched the vehicle after crashing it into a bioswale by the bike lane, fled into the subway and took the train home. Or somewhere else for his next criminal act.
Again in Midtown, a man jacked an app-hail driver’s car by sticking him up with a box cutter. Including the aforementioned one uptown, this was the 20th carjacking this year following a 55% rise last year with 510 reported by the NYPD.
And again in Midtown, a man got nabbed with a loaded gun inside the Port Authority Station, another man got arrested for possessing a loaded 9 mm around the corner from the Midtown South NYPD pct..
And again in Midtown at the 50th St. Station, a lunatic threw a microwave oven in front of an arriving E train, which the engineer stopped it in nick of time.
In Hell’s Kitchen, two men punched a woman and stole her purse in front of John Jay College, where criminal justice and criminology is taught.
Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man shot another man in his SUV following an argument over a parking space.
Again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man stabbed another man to death during a fight at a rooftop bar at a luxury hotel. The victim was recently released on bail for a murder of a Bronx DJ two years ago.
And again in Hell’s Kitchen, men with large nets are poaching pigeons off the streets and putting them in vans to drive upstate to be used for rifle target practice.
And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a woman committed suicide by jumping from her window onto the street below from a 60 story luxury tower. The woman was a national beauty pageant winner and entertainment news correspondent suffering from depression and self-doubt. Looks like even the city’s THRIVE program that former Mayor de Blasio made a municipal office and service failed the upper class as well.
In Penn Station, a mentally ill homeless man was jerking off on a street corner next to a couple, then slashed the man on the hand with a razor when he told him to stop flogging his dolphin by his wife.
Also in Penn Station at the 34th St. Station, a man slashed a 17-year-old boy on the face with scissors for no reason on the A train platform.
In Central Park, a decomposed corpse of a man was found lying in a tent in the bushes nearby the Met Museum by a jogger and not the NYC Parks Police, which has been defunded without much attention from the media.
In the East Village, a sharp dressed man held up a smoke shop at gun point and robbed 700 bucks from the register and bounced.
Also in the East Village, a man expecting food that he ordered from his app got shot to death by a man impersonating a deliverista, who blasted him through the door. Somehow, the hitman knew he was ordering takeout.
Again in the East Village, a 13-year-old boy set a stationary store on fire. But for some reason, he wound up in the custody of the FDNY instead of the NYPD. The boy’s name is not identified nor is the motive for the arson he committed that destroyed a long time small business.
In the Lower East Side, a man and an accomplice shoplifted over $2,000 of cold medicine and other products from a chain pharmacy and stuck a knife at the store manager who tried to stop them. Then the man came back later in the afternoon and looted more cough medicine, but got caught by the cops and arrested and arraigned for the robbery and the weapon. But D.A. Bragg’s memo induced the judge to release the lucky punk on a petit larceny misdemeanor instead of felony robbery. Said lucky punk didn’t show up for his court date either.
Also in the Lower East Side at the East Broadway Station, a man stabbed another man in the ass as he was going through the turnstile.
Again in the Lower East Side, a man shot his roommate in the stomach to settle a domestic dispute inside their apartment at a public housing building.
In Chelsea, a man shoplifting myriad products from a department store threatened a security guard with scissors who tried to stop him from jetting. The cop who collared the thief was stunned to find the assistant’s D.A.’s report had extracted the mentioning of the perp’s use of scissors. The perp, who last two priors were hold up robberies, was released without bail.
Again in Chelsea, a man and a woman got into an argument over money on the sidewalk and then Rudy Giuliani’s son intervened and broke up the fight right when the man was about to chuck a flower pot at her but hit the gubernatorial candidate on his noggin instead.
And again in Chelsea at the 23rd St. Station, a bigoted woman yelled a slur at a man and blamed him for spreading covid before pushing him to the floor.
And again in Chelsea at the 18th St. Station, a rolling luggage cart and a shopping cart were set on fire on the 1 train in two consecutive days and a man tried to immolate himself at the 23rd St. Station on the same line a day before. And people think public masturbation and racist graffiti on the trains is bad.
In the Upper East Side at the 96th St. Station, a man slashed a commuter in the face on the 6 train and got off and ran away into the tunnel.
Also in the Upper East Side, a man knocked an 81-year-old man to the pavement when he walked past him on the sidewalk.
Again in the Upper East Side, a woman got killed trying to cross the street when a woman hit her with her car and didn’t yield. The driver got off with a desk appearance ticket.
And again in the Upper East Side, a man shoplifted items from a chain pharmacy and walked passed a guard and a professional actor who was yelling about what he witnessed on his celly. Turned out the store was closing in a week anyway because of rampant thievery and no policing.
And again in the Upper East Side, a manager of a grocery store that has seen it’s own rash of thefts got spit in the face by a man who he caught shoplifting cases of beer.
And again in the Upper East Side, a gang of four boys roughed up a 12-year-old boy at a park and stole his airpods. But the cops caught them hanging out at a cafe and arrested them when they used the victim’s celly to track the pods.
In the Upper West Side, a homeless woman committed suicide when she lied down on the street in front of a van as the driver was making a turn.
Also in the Upper West Side, an off-duty cop working as a security guard at a chain pharmacy store kicked two men who were brawling with each other outside. As the fight continued, one of the men stabbed the other and then he tried to stab the cop but wound up getting shot twice.
Again in the Upper West Side, a man stabbed another man in the stomach on the sidewalk underneath building scaffolding.
And again in the Upper West Side at the 72nd St. Station, a man brought a shopping cart full of cases and six packs of beer and loaded it on the express 2 train.
And again on the Upper West Side, four adults and one child were kicked out of the American Museum of Natural History and arrested for not having de Blasio’s and Chokshi’s Key To NYC vaccine passports to show that they were protected from COVID-19. About 20 cops were deployed to make these absurdly dystopian arrests.
What’s truly deranged about these collars is that part of D.A. Bragg’s memo states that trespassing should not be prosecuted if there isn’t harm involved and yet the NYPD is violating that and also the Constitution
Also in the Upper West Side and Washington Heights, three fires were set by debris left on the tracks of three train stations, adding to the rise of “smoke conditions” in the subway in the last year.
In Union Square, cops caught a man grabbing a woman’s ass in the subway and found that he was wanted for pushing a man onto the tracks at the 21st Ave./Queensbridge Station last May following being sprung without bail on a gun possession charge only a few days before the random attack.
Also in Union Square, a clothing store that’s been in the area since the 80’s was looted by gangs twice in a week and both times cops who were deployed there told the owners that there wasn’t much they could do if they arrested anyone involved in the thieving mobs because of the policy failure bail reform law instituted by the Albany State House 2 years ago.
Again in Union Square, a man attempted to pick up a woman at a park and when she tried to avoid him, he stalked her and cursed her out and threatened to stab her.
In Greenwich Village at the West 4th St. Station, three men approached a man on the platform and one of them held him up at gunpoint and they beat him up and robbed his wallet and celly.
In the West Village at the 14th St. Station, a man punched a woman an threw her down on the platform and attempted to rape her, but was stopped by samaritans and he ran away.
In Soho, five men pulled off a smash and grab at a luxury designer store and robbed over $48,000 of merchandise after they beat down the security guard.
In Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton St. Station, a man randomly pushed a 61-year-old man onto to the A/C train tracks.
Also in Downtown Manhattan, 15 prosecutors quit their jobs and walked out of the Criminal Court building, in defiance of the arrogance of Alvin Bragg and his dumbass memo.
In Battery Park, a man held up a 7-11 at gunpoint and robbed $100 from the register.
A woman who lived in an apartment at the Queensbridge Houses committed suicide by jumping into the East River and her body washed up on Governor’s Island.
In Hudson Heights at the 181st St. Station, three men attacked a man sleeping on the A train and one of them walloped him with a pipe.
In Hamilton Heights at the 145 St. Station, two men and a woman surrounded a commuter on the platform and one of them punched him the face and they robbed his phone and 20 bucks.
Over 50 deaths occurred on the tracks of the NYC Transit system last year. It’s probably over 70 now since they didn’t count the months from September to December when chaos on the subway escalated like heroin abuse, where junkies are shooting up on the platforms and throwing their needles on the tracks.
A woman making a video for her social media account yelled out her window and was rightly told to fuck off by a bike rider.
In Bedford Park, a man shot another man while chasing him on the sidewalk and a stray bullet in an 11-month old girl in the face. The baby spent her first birthday on the operating table and recuperating from her wound.
In Belmont, a man shot another man to death in the hallway of a public housing building. The same building that went on fire weeks later.
Also in Belmont, an NYPD public safety unit to procure guns off the streets approached a gang hanging out in front of an apartment building and a 16-year-old rap star got into an argument and then a tussle with one of the cops and then the gun he was possessing went off and shot himself in the groin and also shot the cop in the leg. The rapper is signed to music label run by Dr. Dre and Tom Petty’s long time producer and had a prior gun possession arrest when he got caught with a semi-auto when he was 14. He was able to easily “decarcerate” himself from the attempted murder charge and pay the $200,000 bail with the money he got from his major label contract, but got arrested again because he was already on probation for his last gun offense and is back in a juvenile correctional facility.
A portrait of the artist and his incriminating work.
In Morrisania, a woman fell down the stairs and wound up in a coma trying to catch an elevator that wouldn’t stop on the floor where she lives in an apartment building at the Webster Houses, after she filed complaints to NYCHA for months yet the agency still cleared each inspection ticket.
Also in Morrisania, an off-duty fireman choked his girlfriend during a domestic dispute at her apartment.
In Fordham Heights, a space heater left on for days malfunctioned and caught fire and spread throughout an apartment inside a Mitchell-Lama residential building which spread to other units and caused the fire and smoke to reached all the way to the higher floors through the stairs. The 5-alarm blaze injured 60 residents and killed 17 people, 8 of them children who died from smoke inhalation and left dozens of tenants homeless. The 200 strong FDNY was able to battle the inferno despite not having enough oxygen and less personnel in their engine and ladder stations because of the Omicron contagion (and the unspoken of vaccine extortion mandate being administered by designated NYC Health Commissioner Dave Chokshi)
Besides the space heater, the other cause of the fire’s spread was because of a door that was left open, which the FDNY and Mayor Adams initially implied fault towards the tenants for not taking precaution, but it turned out that the doors were already faulty and didn’t self close despite an inspection by the D.O.B. that reported it as functional back in July.
The real affordable housing building, which had a long list of violations for years, is owned and managed by a LLC consortium of three venture capital firms which includes real estate developer who’s the son of a major connected developer of most of the luxury public housing apartments that were built during the de Blasio era of iniquity inequity and whose partner was one of the 750 advisors on Mayor Adams transition apparatus who happened to be on the list to advise him on housing issues.
Also in Fordham Heights at the Fordham Road Station, a drunk man carrying a gun got into a brawl with a gang of 12 teenagers on the platform and then they beat him up and caused him to fall onto to the tracks during the brawl. Then a Samaritan jumped on the tracks to rescue him and tried to flag the engineer to get him to stop as the train was arriving but got hit instead and died instantly. The man he tried to rescue survived. Two young men turned themselves in and were charged with murder.
Again in Fordham Heights, an apartment building went on fire that was set off by an ebike that exploded in the restaurant on the ground floor where numerous ebikes were being charged at once.
And again in Fordham Heights, an off duty C.O. who arranged to hook up with a woman on the street he met on a dating app got ambushed by two men who held him up at gunpoint and then he took out his service weapon and shot both gunmen from inside his car. After the shootout, the woman bailed and tried to stash one of the guns her accomplices used.
In Longwood, a gas leak cause a massive explosion that caused a row house apartment building to collapse, killing a 77-year-old woman and injuries to two other elderly women. Five cops also got injured rescuing tenants, one of whom was hiding under a couch. The blaze and the impact from the explosion was devastating enough to make the two neighboring buildings inhabitable, leaving dozens of tenants homeless.
In Fordham Manor, two men savagely beat down a woman and stabbed her on the sidewalk before sunrise.
Also in Fordham Manor, two men and a woman got into an argument with a livery cab driver over the cost of the fare and then they grabbed his money and ran for it. The driver caught one of the skells but he wound up getting stabbed and fell to the pavement, watching the thieves flee with his livelihood.
In Morris Park, a man got into an argument with a patient at a hospital and then took out his gun and shot at him in the waiting room by the ER. The gangbanger was there visiting a friend who was being held and treated there following an arrest and was eventually collared by the cops because the fool signed his name on the nurse’s manifest log.
This hospital has seen 4 other shootings inside the building in the last year and now the citizenry of New York City is hearing about it.
In Soundview, two men went up to a luxury car parked on the street and stabbed the tires with a knife and shot at it four times and ran away.
Also in Soundview, a man got into an argument with another man on a city bus and then flashed a gun at him and then another man got on the bus and confronted the gunman and got into a tussle with him and the shot at the roof and fled.
In Concourse Village, a man who beat another man to death with a baseball bat over 30 years ago and was just sprung from prison, stabbed another man to death inside the apartment building where they rented rooms on the same floor. Then the killer tried to mop up his victim’s blood in the hallway.
In Allerton at the Bronx Park East Station, a man shot another man he was brawling with on the 2 train.
In Crotona, three men impersonating cops with ludicrous uniforms broke into a house and robbed $160,000 and 3 keys of blow at gunpoint from a drug dealer, but they got confronted by real NYPD officers on the beat that were waiting outside and all four tried to flee but got caught and arrested.
In Mount Eden, a gang of 5 men bum rushed a bodega and held it up at gunpoint. Then one of them stabbed a worker and pistol whipped the cashier and took the money from the register and ran.
Also in Mount Eden, a man and college student from Tennessee U. got busted trying to smuggle and sell an arsenal of guns and automatic weapons to an undercover cop. One of the weapons was the drum barrel cartridge that was used by a mentally ill man that shot two cops to death in his mother’s apartment in Harlem.
In Concourse, a man shot another man to death who was sitting inside his car in a drive-by after the victim damaged his bumper and kept driving. But the killer got caught and arrested by the cops along with his two passengers in his SUV during a traffic stop.
Also in Concourse at the 167th St. Station, a man was using his celly to take pictures of a woman’s legs and angered her husband who told him to stop, but the pervert punched him multiple times and got off the 4 train.
In Woodstock, two teenage boys approach a man who just parked his SUV and attempted to carjack it but the man fights them off and pulls one of the punks out of the vehicle as he tries to steal it. As the duo start team up to beat him down, a Samaritan shows up and helps the guy fight them off and protect his vehicle. This crime scene was like a Beavis And Butthead episode shot in the Boogie Down.
In Grand Concourse, a woman smacked a laundromat worker with a bottle and slashed her arm after having a dispute over an inoperable dryer.
Also in Grand Concourse, a gang of five men go into a bodega and one of them stabs a worker multiple times as he was about to stock up the fridge with beer and the other four rush behind the counter and pistol whip and beat down the cashier and stole all the cash that was sticking out of the register that was left open.
Again in Grand Concourse, a postman caught a man grabbing a delivery package from his cart but let the skell steal the rest of the mail he was carrying when the skell threatened to shoot him.
In the South Bronx, juvenile delinquents being held at a group home broke a window and weaponized the glass and brooms to hold three social workers and a C.O. sergeant hostage because they didn’t get their lunch on time and for other lack of services they were getting from the city in this junior version of Attica.
In Melrose at the Prospect Ave. and Jackson Ave. Stations, a man punched two conductors in the face and spat on one of them when they opened their windows to check the platform when their trains made their stop.
On the Hutchinson River Parkway, the Department of Transportation put up a new highway sign welcoming visitors to the Bronx by putting Queens BP Donovan Richards name on it instead of Bronx BP Vanessa Gibson. The two had a big laugh about it and spent the day antd tax payer dollars on social media roasting each other and feigning pride for their locales instead of excoriating the lazy incompetence of the DOT being run by the moronic Ydanis Rodriguez. Brooklyn BP Antonio Reynoso also joined the idiocy with comments of his own. All three confirming the utter uselessness of their redundancy elected office positions
In Van Nest, a man shot another man to death on the highway following a car crash they were both involved in.
Also in Van Nest, a man and a woman confronted a man inside a deli and accused him of ogling her and then got into an argument that escalated when the woman hit him with a hammer and her boyfriend pulled out a gun after the other man tried to defend himself. The woman continued to hit him outside and then her boyfriend tried to shoot him and missed and hit the window.
In Co-Op City, an off-duty NYPD sergeant crashed into a patrol car while driving drunk.
In Hunts Point, a man crashed his car under a truck standing on a curb and killed his passenger.
In Mott Haven, a man shot another man to death on the street in the dead of night.
In University Heights, a man shot another man on his foot on the street and split in a Honda.
In Williamsbridge, a man broke into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment, who he attempted to rape weeks earlier and promised to kill her and himself while holding a box cutter, and tried to shoot her down in her bedroom but he missed, then he jumped out the window and ran to a park where he was pursued by cops responding to the emergency call. The man wound up getting killed after turning to shoot and the cops shot him down.
A startup corporation ride share app decided to take their mopeds out of the borough because of persistent thievery. Although they are still keeping their shitty mopeds in Brooklyn.
In Astoria, a man stalking a woman walking on the sidewalk grabbed her and stabbed her to by a chain pharmacy, making the world’s first borough the first to have a reported homicide in the city for the second year in a row. The man committed suicide at his apartment 4 days later.
Also in Astoria at the Steinway St. Station, a man sat down next to a 14-year-old girl and fondled her leg and grabbed her ass on the M train.
In Jamaica, three men mugged eight people by ATM machines and stole their cash as they were making withdrawals in a two month robbery spree.
Also in Jamaica, two men attacked another man for wearing a red jacket inside a bodega and shot him to death after brawling outside with him.
Again in Jamaica, two men stalked a man walking on the sidewalk, then they held him at gunpoint and robbed his wallet and gold chain.
Also in Forest Hills, a man returning home from a trip with his wife and two kids got held up at gunpoint by two men after he stepped out of his car while his 2 year-old son was still inside. When the man resisted their demand to give them his money and cellphone, the thugs pistol whipped and shot him and ran away.
Again in Forest Hills, a man tackled a 75-year-old woman while she was walking on the sidewalk in broad daylight.
And again in Forest Hills, a man who with the privilege to work remote from his lux apartment trafficked a 13-year-old boy to his home for sexual acts.
In Flushing, a man shot another man to death during a fight in a front of a message parlor.
Also in Flushing, a man set an apartment building on a fire when he climbed the fire escape and threw a molotov cocktail into an apartment where he was involved in a bad drug deal.
Again in Flushing, a man broke into a lighting store and robbed a laptop and $2,000.
In Ozone Park at the Rockaway Blvd. Station, a homeless man who was heading to his relatives house in Brooklyn to watch football with his relatives got randomly stabbed in the neck by a man on the platform and wound up paralyzed.
Also in Ozone Park, cops busted a drug dealer in possession of 600 grams of blow and crack and fentanyl inside his house trafficked from a drug cartel in Mexico.
In Jackson Heights, a man stalked a woman walking on the sidewalk and snatched an envelope containing $2,500 from her backpack in broad daylight.
Also in Jackson Heights, a man loitering in front of a building was casing another man who was on his cellphone standing by a shanty. Then another man sneaks up behind the man while he was talking on his phone and sucker punches him and knocks him over onto the asphalt, then the loiterer joins him and robs his wallet, backpack and phone.
Always be aware of your surroundings and take your calls at home.
Again in Jackson Heights, a man stabbed another man in the arm multiple times to settle an argument they had on the street.
In Queens Village, an 85-year-old woman died and was found with her neck broken in her bedroom inside her home.
Also in Queens Village, a drunk driver killed one of his passengers when he crashed his car into another van and a telephone pole while speeding.
In Elmhurst, a man and his mother got into a domestic dispute at her house and then when his brother intervened and tried to calm them down, the man took a knife out and stabbed him to death.
Also in Elmhurst, a man killed himself when he got hit by a train while attempting to write graffiti on the elevated tracks.
Again in Elmhurst, a man grabbed a woman from behind as she was walking on the sidewalk and he placed a chokehold on her and robbed her purse containing her vax pass card and a grand in cash.
And again in Elmhurst, a man pulled out his choad and jerked off in front of housekeeper and pulled a gun on her while she was cleaning his room at a hotel.
And again in Elmhurst, a loaded gun was found underneath a toilet that is used solely for the arrested at a NYPD precinct.
In Auburndale, a man allegedly helping out workers at a house that was doing illegal gut renovations got killed instantly when a dumpster door swung open on him and hit him the head while he was having a conversation with one of them.
In South Ozone Park, a 16-year-old boy on the high school basketball team got caught by safety officers smuggling a .38 special into his school.
Also in South Ozone Park, a 68-year-old man hit an 11-year-old boy with his SUV while he was crossing the street, then he tried to flee to his house nearby to avoid getting caught driving without a license.
In Howard Beach, a man rode his e-bike towards a lamp post and shot at the speed camera and he completely missed his target despite emptying his entire clip.
In Far Rockaway, a transformer exploded at the 29th St. Station.
Also in Far Rockaway, a woman stabbed another woman to death in the lobby of the apartment building where both of them lived. The killer had been tormenting her and other tenants constantly and the building management remained insouciant to the goings on at the building which suffers from low security personnel.
Maybe if the recent owners were more concerned about their tenants instead of trying to market to an upscale demographic to further gentrify the beach, this gruesome murder never would have happened.
In Rockaway Beach, an explosion in a unit in an apartment building injured three people.
In Middle Village, a man got killed when he got hit by a car driven by an unlicensed driver while walking by the mall.
Also in Middle Village, a man broke into a car and robbed credit cards and used one of them to make a $100 purchase.
Again in Middle Village at the Metropolitan Ave. Station, every car on the M train arrived covered entirely in graffiti. MTA workers are saying that these bombings are happening more frequently and are getting pessimistic about trying to find a way to stop it.
In Glendale, a man flashed his choad at a woman as she exited a laundromat.
In Ridgewood at the Forest Ave. Station, a vandal left graffiti on the wall making fun of the cold-blooded murder of two cops in Harlem.
In Woodside, a man attempting to cross the BQE on foot got killed when a cab driver slammed into him.
In Hollis, a man loitering in an apartment building followed a tenant into the elevator and then slapped her ass and then beat her up inside the lift. Then he ripped her shirt off and stole her cellphone and got off the elevator and fled down the stairs.
In Fresh Meadows, a bigoted student sent vitriolic messages and terrorist threats to a catholic high school over social media, forcing the faculty to shut the school down for the day.
In Kew Gardens, a hosehead driving a big rig truck of beef from Canada stripped the roof of his trailer trying to squeeze under an overpass on the Jackie Robinson Parkway.
Also in Kew Gardens, the holding cells and the kitchen area at the Queens Criminal Courthouse have devolved into health hazards according to complaints from C.O.’s and city workers.
In South Jamaica, two kids nearly killed themselves after walking on the shallow ice on the pond at a park.
At JFK Airport, a man beat down a cab driver so bad he knocked his turban off his head.
Also at JFK Airport, a collegiate soccer player went bonkers on a passenger jet when he refused to abide by the rules and wear a mask. Then he threw a soda can at another passenger, comically assaulted the pilot and mooned the stewardesses.
On Rikers Island, a training drill conducted by a non-profit security agency guards went wrong when they staged an attack of an inmate assaulting a female C.O. but they used real pepper spray and all the guards involved got adverse reactions to it.
Also on Rikers Island, a C.O. revealed how he ran a fighting ring with gang bangers in the facility he was guarding.
Again on Rikers Island, numerous prisoners assembled a hunger strike to protest the inhumane conditions, poor services, rancid food and violence that’s continued unabated even under a federal monitor.
And again on Rikers Island, an inmate grabbed a C.O.’s breast from his cell, then he ambushed a nurse and forced her into a room and started to rape her until another inmate broke the lock open on the door and took him off her and beat the shit out of him.
In Bed-Stuy at the Kusciusko St. Station, heading to his first day at work from his house with press in tow, Mayor Adams observes from the platform and through a grated window a fight breaking out on the sidewalk below and makes a 911 call and reports the tussle. After Mayor Adams boards the J to City Hall, cops arrived to find one of the men missing and asks a few questions to man who remained and then they left without arresting anyone.
Hizzoner then griped on a local corporate news network that the cops deployed to the street fight didn’t do a thorough enough investigation. Maybe he should have decided to miss the train and waited to until the cops got deployed there to get a better perspective about how insouciant his police force is.
Also in Bed-Stuy at the Kusciusko Street Station, a gang of 11 men and women hopped the turnstiles and went through the emergency gate and then attacked and beat down 2 men on the platform and stole a jacket and umbrella from them. Nobody got arrested in that incident either.
Again in Bed-Stuy, a man rushed into a smoke shop and shot at another man multiple times and ran out. But he missed his mark and shot a woman and her dog instead, and they both stepped out of the store and collapsed on the sidewalk and died. Then the killer walked away and got back in his car and drove off.
And again in Bed-Stuy, an app-food delivery man dropping off an order at an apartment building got ambushed in the stairwell by a man who held him up at gunpoint and robbed $500 off him.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot in the chest at point blank range and died in his car that he crashed into a fence while trying to get away.
In Canarsie, a bewigged man held up a
dollar dollar twenty five tree store at gunpoint and ran out the door and into cops waiting outside while still holding his piece. Then he got into a brawl with them and tried to shoot one of them with his ghost gun and wound up getting shot in the neck by the popo while resisting arrest. The skel already had a warrant on him for blowing off a court date from a desk appearance ticket for getting pinched a month earlier for shoplifting $1000 worth of clothing at Macy’s.
Also in Canarsie, a man shot another man in the head twice and shot two other men in their legs and also a woman in the leg twice after engaging in a fight over a woman at a party at a event space that took place at a shuttered store. The man who got shot in the head while trying to break up the fight was the promoter of the event and he died two days later from his wounds.
Again in Canarsie, a man got shot to death on a street corner from a drive-by. He was a rapper who got a major recording contract only a few days ago.
In Bushwick, a man held up and robbed a flower shop at gunpoint.
Also in Bushwick, a man shot another man to death as he was sitting in his car.
Again in Bushwick, a man went into an apartment building and stuck a knife up to the security guard and robbed over $2,700 worth of electronics that were just shipped to the building. Also stolen was a box of hand sanitizer. Then he forced the guard to help him carry the stolen item to a bodega where he sold the pilfered merchandise to the cashier.
In East New York, two teenage girls and a man were shot at from a drive by while sitting inside a parked car. The man tried to drive off while wounded but jumped the curb and got stuck and he abandoned the vehicle. The man and the younger girl wound up in critical condition from their wounds and their assailant is still on the loose.
In Williamsburg, two bigots chased another man on the street and caught up to him and clubbed him sticks.
Also in Williamsburg, a man shot another man as he was sitting in the drivers seat of his car on the corner during a drive by.
Also in Crown Heights, a man walked up to another man on the sidewalk and punched him in the nose and fled.
Again in Crown Heights, a man got shot on a stairwell and collapsed and bled to death by an elevator in an apartment building.
And again in Crown Heights, a man having an argument with his co-worker while moving furniture settled the dispute by getting into the rental truck and ran him over and kept going.
And again in Crown Heights, a man got shot to death on a stoop in broad daylight as he was about to go inside a house.
In Mapleton, a man walked up to a 17-year-old girl on the sidewalk and pushed her down and felt her up as she laid on the pavement.
In Midwood, an 84-year-old man was found dead and decomposed in a heavily cluttered apartment he lived in with his 71-year-old wife. The deceased was dead for two months.
Also in Midwood, an off-duty cop got into a raging argument with a livery driver who cut him off with his car while making a u-turn. Then the cop called him xenophobic slurs and punched him in the face after the livery driver spat on him and punched his vehicle.
In Downtown Brooklyn, 17 gang bangers, 12 of them who were under 18 years old including one girl, and got indicted and incarcerated by the borough’s D.A. for their involvement in drug slinging, shootings, homicides and terrorizing communities from Fort Greene to East New York.
Also in Downtown Brooklyn at the Atlantic Ave. Station, a bigot sat down next to a woman and her two children on the train and punched her14-year-old son in the face because of his race.
Again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St/Metrotech Station, a homeless man was found dead on the A train shortly before the morning rush and delaying trains for over 2 hours.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Atlantic Ave/Barclays Center Station, a man got hit by the arriving Q train while picking up his backpack at the edge of the platform.
In Coney Island, a man laying down in the middle of the road on the boulevard got killed when a man drove his car over him.
Also in Coney Island, a man shoplifted cases of cerveza and frozen pizza from a grocery store and used the shopping cart to shove the worker out of his way to escape.
In Park Slope, a man illegally riding a moped in the bike lane stopped and parked in the middle of it and walked up to a blind man on the sidewalk and sucker punched him in the head. Then he got back on his unlicensed motorcycle and rode the wrong way as the victim’s friend yelled at him.
Also in Park Slope and in Gowanus, a junkie broked into and robbed several small businesses in three months (including one called the “Hipster Deli”!)and is grateful he’s able to get away with his criminal deeds because of the bail reform laws and is elated about D.A. Bragg’s approach to prosecuting crime, knowing he can get off again. The skell also said he was better off continuing his recidivism than serving time at Rikers even though he claims he could do it standing on his head, probably the reason why he’s grateful is because he won’t get charged shooting dope on the street as he would in prison.
In Bay Ridge, a man got stabbed to death and another man got slashed during a rumble involving 8 other men outside a restaurant bar notorious for violence and noise complaints. A young man was charged with the murder.
In Mill Basin, a young man shot at a gang of teenage boys and hit two of them while he was shopping at a sneaker store in a gang-related dispute inside a mall. The assailant and his accomplices were caught by the cops around Flatbush and arrested. The gangbanger was sprung from bail a few months earlier on a gun possession charge after fleeing from the cops in a high speed chase.
In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man got ambushed by three men they shot him as they chase him on the street, hitting him in the leg and back. The victim survived and decided to change his rap persona and his name which was slang for gun.
In New Lots, a man stepped in front of an ambulance, then walked to the side of the vehicle and pointed a gun at the two EMT’s inside. Then he ran away.
Also in New Lots, a man stabbed his mother to death inside their house during a domestic dispute.
In Fort Greene, two men held up a man at knifepoint on the street and robbed his wallet.
Also in Fort Greene, a man shoplifted a bunch of candy from a bodega and then flashed a knife at a worker who tried to stop him.
Again in Fort Greene, a man cracked a lock open and accessed a construction site and stole over $100,000 worth of construction tools and equipment.
And again in Fort Greene, an app-food delivery worker left his company bike outside to make a dropoff then came out and found his bike gone.
And again in Fort Greene, a man swung a baseball bat at another man riding his bike on the street and broke his nose.
And again in Fort Greene, a man snatched a crate bin of delivery packages from one of Jeff Bezos’ vans.
And again in Fort Greene, a woman had her ebike robbed while she was at a store.
And again in Fort Greene, a man stole a van and ditched it in Jamaica.
And again in Fort Greene, a man got confronted by a gang of five men walking under scaffolding and luckily escaped their clutches after they demanded money from him.
And again in Fort Greene, two men jumped a man from behind, put a chokehold on him and beat him down to the pavement and then stole his wallet.
In Sheepshead Bay, a school bus driver ran over and killed a 15-year-old girl as she was crossing the street and continued to drive the kids to school.
Again in Sheepshead Bay, two men weaponized their van to break into an ATM in broad daylight and robbed over 6 large from it. Then the dummies went back to the scene of their crime because one of them dropped his celly while they were grabbing the cash.
In Windsor Terrace, app-food delivery guy working the night shift got plowed by an SUV driver in a hit-and-run.
In East Williamsburg, a man committed suicide by shooting himself on the street in front of a building under renovation.
In East Flatbush, a man shot another man to death on street corner in broad daylight.
In Clinton Hill, a man held up a delivery worker at knifepoint at an apartment building and robbed a crate full of packages he left on a lower floor that he was about to drop off.
Also in Clinton Hill, two men and a woman beat up a homeless man with a bat. Then the homeless man went to the subway instead of to the hospital.
Again in Clinton Hill, a man got approached by another man who demanded his wallet by simulating a gun in his jacket, then the mark pulled out a boxcutter and scared the mugger off.
And again in Clinton Hill, a man bashed a bottle over his relative’s head at a promenade.
And again in Clinton Hill, a man had his car stolen right when he was ordering takeout lunch at a restaurant.
And again in Clinton Hill, a barber bounced a man out of his shop and then slashed him in the head when he tried to return.
And again in Clinton Hill, an argument between two men on the street escalated when one of them stabbed and slashed the other.
And again in Clinton Hill, a burglar broke into a Caribbean restaurant and robbed the safe.
In Bensonhurst, a man opportunistically stole a car that the driver’s owner left running.
Also in Bensonhurst, a man carjacked a vehicle at gunpoint at a gas station, then drove by his mark and the cops.
Again in Bensonhurst, a woman had her $17,000 ring stolen while she was taking a shower in her apartment.
And again in Bensonhurst at the 20th Ave. Station, a man held up a commuter at gunpoint and robbed his cellphone and wallet on the D train.
In Homecrest, a community center and church has been targeted by xenophobic bigots who break their windows with rocks and locks. The attacks even happen while people are inside when it’s open.
In Greenpoint, a 75-year-old woman got hit by a car driven by a 70-year-old man while she was jaywalking crossing the boulevard.
Also in Greenpoint, two creeps sneaked into a restaurant through a broken window and stole $100 the day after the business was plowed by a hit-and-run driver. The thieves broke the monitor so they wouldn’t be recognized even though their images are stored in the security cams files.
In Brighton Beach, two men held up two girls with a taser and robbed their stuff.
In Bath Beach, two men stole over 2 large worth of nicotine gum from a bodega.
In Marine Park, a cranky woman snapped at three children and spat on them and told them Hitler should have killed them.
On the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, a drunk driver sped through traffic congestion and plowed into a NYPD captain who was giving a ticket to another driver on the shoulder of the road.
In St. George, a man stabbed his roommate to death inside their apartment over an argument of using the bathroom. Then he tried to cover the homicide up by propping his body in the bathtub to make it look like a suicide.
In New Springville, cops showed up to a house to execute a search warrant for a drug operation going on inside there for months were met with gunfire by one of the drug dealers from the second floor, who shot at them and hit one of the cops on the leg. A shootout ensued and bullets flew past a 12-year-old girl who was in the living room during the shootout between the thug and the cops. The drug lord escaped out a window but got plucked by cops waiting outside.
In West Brighton, a gang of five men stalked a man to his apartment building and robbed his watch and wallet at gunpoint.
Also in West Brighton, a man got stabbed on the street in broad daylight.
Again in West Brighton, a body of a dead man was found drifting on the water at a park reservoir.
In Concord, a man pummeled another man in the face as his accomplice jacked his car.
In Stapleton, four men looted a liquor store after one of the thugs pistol whipped a worker.
Also in Stapleton, a woman lit a couch on fire inside a building while three other people were still inside.
In Grasmere, a deli caught on fire and multiple cars parked in a lot got damaged when someone set a blaze in a garbage bin.
In Grant City, a man beat the shit out of a woman and robbed her cellphone as she laid on the pavement.
In Castleton Corners, a woman slashed a woman in the face on New Year’s Day.
In New Springville, a man drove his car into a parked car and left the accident scene making a u-turn over the median. Sensing cops were pursuing him, he ditched his car and hid in a backyard, then the cops caught him when he returned and found him possessing a loaded gun.
In Port Richmond, a woman was arrested for possessing of a ghost gun and thousands of dollars during a search warrant by police.
Also in Port Richmond, a man stole a car and got pulled over by cops and was found with a fake police badge and gun.
Again in Port Richmond, a man expecting a food delivery got bum rushed by a gang of four men who forced their way into his apartment and held them up at gunpoint and with a knife. Then they beat him up and they robbed his friend’s cellphone and watch.
And again in Port Richmond, two men mugged another man on the street and robbed his wallet containing one grand inside in the middle of the night.
In Emerson Hill and Richmond, two cars were easily stolen by thieves when the owners left their cars running by turning them on automatically.
In Clifton, a woman held up a livery driver at knifepoint and robbed $160 and his air pods.
In St. George, two men broke into a building and robbed construction tools and materials from the basement.
In Tottenville, three cars crashed into each other at a three way intersection on a sunny morning.
In Midland Beach, a man and a woman robbed a convenience store as their accomplice held him in a bear hug.
In Tompkinsville, a man injured two cops and plowed into an unmarked patrol car at a designated car stop and then fled to Jersey.
In South Beach, cops stopped a guy on the street with a duffel bag and found two guns and two loaded clips on him.
In Rosebank, a man was found frozen to death at a park.
In Elm Park, a man beat down another man on the street with a baseball bat, and was discovered that he was a prior sex offender.
In Arden Heights, a reality tv show personality flipped over and wrecked her car while driving drunk.
In the South Shore, auto theft has gone up 150% in January compared to last year, adding to the explosion of stolen vehicles in the five boroughs in the last few years.
Over 1,100 cars were reported stolen in Eric Adams first month on the job as mayor, double the amount of the past two years in the same month. The most disturbing of all was for shootings, exactly 100, a 25% hike compared to last January, even as the Mayor revived and rebranded the NYPD anti-gun task force. Seven of eight felony categories also had massive increases, leading to a 38% rise total violent offenses in only four weeks time. Showing that recidivists are not the least bit deterred by a cop running the city. But at least the hellish month crime wave was enough for D.A. Bragg to re-elevate the charges for the crimes he diminished that were deemed for prosecution, even if they were only a few of them. All it had to take was for people to die to belatedly alter their own perceptions on crime.