Mood of New York City right now. Powerlessness.
Previously on this blog, Mayor Eric Adams took (some more) time off his duties as mayor to act as a tour guide for a bunch of students where he called himself the greatest mayor in the world. In the days following that, more cops retired from the force leading the NYPD to take desperate measures to increase personnel by lowering fitness standards during academy training. Homeless shelters seen a dramatic rise in overdoses to add to the already dangerous environment inside them, lawlessness, ultraviolence and death continues to ravage Rikers Island and the subways continue to resemble a subterranean lunatic asylum and crime dystopia that commuters don’t want to return to.
Most prominent of all, gun violence continued it’s steady incline on the streets of New York City even with Governor Kathy Clown Hochul and Albany lawmakers mostly symbolic bill and law banning guns in supposedly “sensitive locations” in the five broughs in response to the Supreme Court of The United States decision to overturn gun ownership restrictions in New York. Which of course shouldn’t even concern the ones using the illegal guns in all these places Manhattan Borough President “Marky” Mark Levine lists on his dickhead tweet. As every location on there had a gun violence incident on the fourth of July when over 50 people got shot and around 90 percent of illegal gun users winds up back on the streets again anyway and the allied authorities still can stop the guns flowing through the Iron pipeline. Same as it ever was.
The guns on the streets have got so bad that towns once thought as gentrified and areas about to be gentrified have seen the crime levels rise as high as they did nearly a decade ago. East New York got so bad that memories of the Killing Fields that once described it during the bad old days has resurfaced. But it’s not just Crooklyn that has got bad again, all the five boroughs have seen major index crimes go up nearly 40% from last year which strangely hasn’t discouraged market rate rent speculation. Which makes rich bros like this guy confident to brag about his perception of NYC’s dystopia that has somehow eluded him that he can make a tweet like this. Surely this also plays a factor of the rising stats of delusional and naive victims thinking the streets are safe in their high end yet grimy enclaves. But probably not as bad as the putrid arrogance of Albany officials like Mike Gianaris, Carl Heastie and Andrea Cousins who still stand by their failed bail reform law decision.
But the biggest feature of Mayor Adams broken promise failure to bring crime down is the constant sightings of critical mass of hundreds of reckless driving ATV and dirtbikes on the streets that happens on a weekly basis. For even after did a big demonstration and spectacle (of himself) crushing hundreds of ATV and dirtbikes with a bulldozer after waving a massive checkered flag on Staten Island, more dirtbikes suddenly materialized to distrupt Hizzoner’s debut of a behemoth 5G tower in the Bronx with a tattooed millionaire tech bro.
This shows that even on the streets with a cop mayor, the recidivists still have the power.
In Hamilton Heights, a bodega worker got into an argument with a woman who didn’t have money to buy a bag of potato chips for her daughter and tried to use an EBT card to pay for it. After he took the chips away and refused service, the woman left the store and came back with her boyfriend, who barged behind the counter and manhandled the worker and pushed him to the floor. Then the worker took out a knife and stabbed him in the neck and torso and then was trying to fight him and his girlfriend off who also took out a knife and stabbed the worker multiple times. The man then bled out and died after being taken to the hospital to be treated. The bodega worker also got stabbed by the woman multiple times during the tussle that continued between the worker and her boyfriend.
The cops arrested the bodega worker and then he was indicted for murder and was set up for $500,000 bail and sent to Rikers Island by Manhattan District Attorney/Accomplice Alvin Bragg (which he lowered to $250,000 because he’s so progressive) despite video showing he was purely responding in self defense after being forced to the floor by his deceased aggressor and the incredible data for bodega robberies this year which went up a whopping 70% from last year. This is mostly stemmed from not only the state’s bail reform law but D.A. Bragg’s notorious memo that also lessened the charges of most felonies, which includes possession and use of a weapon, which somehow Bragg didn’t want his edicts to apply to Jose Mesa. But it somehow applied to the dead man’s girlfriend who maimed the bodega worker whose wounds wound up infected.
Public outcry and solidarity demanding for Mesa’s release extended by common sense officials, the majority of real New Yorkers that are aware of the crime and blight on the streets and even Mayor Adams (who predictably drew back his condemnation in fear of upsetting the Democrat establishment), that Bragg had no further recourse but to dropped all the charges against Mesa and decarcerating him. But the damage to the dogged bodega worker had been irreparable as he couldn’t go back to his job and decided to leave New York to go home to his native Dominican Republic but at least he exposed the utter arrogance of the DA and the arbitrary stupidity of Accomplice Bragg’s memo which has elevated even more the solidarity demand for his termination.
Also in Hamilton Heights at the 137th St./City College Station, a 15-year-old boy stabbed a 14-year-old boy to death during a fight that spilled from the platform and onto the tracks. All over drill rap songs they recorded where they dissed each other.
Again in Hamilton Heights, a man whose mother is a legendary singer from Ozone Park got caught by cops in a stolen car while he was double parking it.
In Harlem, two men rolled up on a sidewalk on new generation Citibike ebikes and got into a shootout with another crew after one of them got into a tussle with one of their foes in front of a juice store.
Also in Harlem, a man threw rocks at a family inside a park and hit a woman and her baby son in the face when one of the rocks deflected off her shoulder.
Again in Harlem at the 145 St. Station, two men held up a commuter at gunpoint and then pistol whipped him multiple times and ripped off his fanny pack containing cellphone accessories on the 3 train. The thieves remained on the 3 train and then held up another commuter at gunpoint at the 42nd St/Times Square station and robbed his wallet, but then got greedy and tried to steal his cellphone, then the victim resisted and fought back but wound up beaten up and thrown onto the train tracks during the tussle.
And again in Harlem, a man got shot in the neck on the street and wouldn’t drop a dime on his assailant to the cops.
And again in Harlem, a man got shot to death on the street by a rival gangbanger.
And again in Harlem, a man randomly grabbed a 74-year-old woman by her hair as she was walking on the sidewalk and dropped her to the pavement.
And again in Harlem, a man plowed into a pedestrian with his motorcycle and he wound up in the hospital with him.
And again in Harlem, a man shot another man to death on the street following an dispute over a dice game.
And again in Harlem, a man stabbed another man to death in front of a brownstone house.
And again in Harlem, NYC’s most notorious recidivist booster with over 100 arrests to her name got caught shoplifting paper towels at a chain pharmacy store and fought back cops while resisting arrest, even resorting to biting one of them. This was enough to finally incarcerate her on $5,000 bail and send her to Rikers.
In East Harlem, two men carjacked a man at gunpoint while waiting at the red light, then robbed all his sneakers from his car and abandoned it blocks away.
Also in East Harlem, a man got beaten into a coma for his motor scooter while he was on the bridge bike path as he was riding home to the Bronx from work and he succumbed to his injuries and died weeks later.
Again in East Harlem, a bigot sucker punched a 76-year-old woman in the back of her head after he proclaimed how much he hates her nationality.
And again in East Harlem, two teenage boys got ambushed by 17-year-old boy after they left a corner bodega and shot both of them multiple times in broad daylight . One of the boys died from his wounds from a blast to the head, he was 14 and visiting his old town after moving to New Jersey not long ago.
And again in East Harlem at the 125th St./Lexington Ave. Station, a 16-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl got caught hopping and going under the turnstile by cops and then they brawled with them while resisting arrest.
The juvie had two recent priors for gun possession and robbery this spring and was let loose by judges because of the state’s raise the age and bail reform laws providing amnesty for recidivist offenders under 18 which also played a factor on the kid being sprung after he beat down a man for his cellphone during a mugging he committed with a gang of kids only a few days before his fisticuffs with the cops. Cops working the transit beat has seen a rise of attacks against them and Adams and Sewell (and clandestinely Phil Banks) wanted to have them work single patrols not long ago.
And again in East Harlem, a man shot a flurry of bullets at three men hanging out on a street corner during a drive-by and the wounded trio were not saying shit about it to the cops.
And again in East Harlem, a man shot another man multiple times and a woman got hit by a stray bullet on the grounds of the East River Houses.
And again in East Harlem, a woman and her 5-year-old daughter died succumbing to burns from a fire caused by an motorcycle lithium battery that was left charging overnight by her boyfriend in their apartment in a building at the Jackie Robinson Houses, who also suffered serious injuries but survived. Three dogs inside the apartment also perished. This horrific incident occurred after NYCHA management proposed a ban on electric bike charging inside the public housing buildings.
In Tribeca, two men approached another man and his date and and demanded his property. The man told the duo that he was a top aide to Mayor Adams to instill fear in them, then one of them showed him a gun and they smacked his ass down and stole his cellphone and wallet and bounced. One of them bounced riding a citibike.
In the Lower East Side, three women went ballistic at a fry take out joint after they got told to pay an extra buck 75 for special sauce as they threw shit at the workers and tore down the covid plexiglass and then went behind the counter and threw stools and condiment bottles at them, and also hopped on the the counter and twerked to the wanton delight of the crowd of men who filmed the ruckus on their cellphones for their social media accounts and let the helpless working staff deal with the psychotically cheap customers.
What’s really off base about their lunacy is that they were willing to pay over 10 bucks for fries anyway so why go nuts over a slight buck seventy five for tangy sauce?
Also in the Lower East Side, a man committed suicide by shooting himself on the street in broad daylight.
Again in the Lower East Side, a man got stabbed during a fight with two men on the street after arguing with them inside a bar. The stabber got released on his own recognizance following his arraignment.
And again in the Lower East Side, three men jacked a man for his ebike while holding him up at gunpoint.
And again in the Lower East Side, a rat tussled with a pigeon and dragged it under a car to feed.
And again in the Lower East Side, a woman confronted a man who she accused of impregnating her and then he shot her sister following an argument with both of them.
And again in the Lower East Side, a man riding an ebike on the sidewalk sneaked up behind a woman and snatched her celly and threw it in his food app bag and jetted. He would continue this crime pattern pilfering the phones from 4 other women as he rode in other parts of town.
In the West Village, a man stabbed a homeless man to death while he was sleeping on a bench in a park by the Hudson River and rode away on a citibike, which he rode to Midtown and stabbed another homeless man in the stomach while he was sleeping on a park bench. The he rode to a park the Upper East side and stood over a homeless man laying down on the pavement with his knife raised above his head and then stabbed him while his victim tried to fight back. The serial slasher was wearing a hoodie emblazoned with the logo of a homeless outreach non-profit group and got caught at a bus stop by an off-duty C.O. where he got arrested by the cops while sporting a world’s best papa t-shirt.
In Times Square, a homeless man got stabbed twice while being ganged up on by four men on the street during sunrise.
Also in Times Square at the 42nd St. Station, a man yelled at and then attacked a 72-year-old man by a staircase, punching him in the face multiple times and then stole his wallet while sporting a big smile on his dumb face.
Again in Times Square at the 42nd St. Station, four men ganged up on a man on the platform and beat him down while sporting brass knuckles.
And again in Times Square, four men ganged up on a man who was arguing with them and one of the goons stabbed him in the stomach. There’s a bunch of Droogies out there.
And again in Times Square, a man obstructing a door at a children’s vaccination site got into a tussle with a cop and gouged his eyes while resisting arrest.
And again in Times Square at the 42nd St. Station, a man fell onto the tracks on the C/E line and touched the third rail and burned to death about an hour before the morning rush line.
And again in Times Square at the 42nd St. Station, a mentally ill man pushed a commuter onto the tracks after he told him he was going to do exactly that. Other commuters stopped the train in time as it was entering the station.
And again in Times Square, a homeless man sneaked up behind a woman and dug a deep gash on her arm with a box cutter after raising his arms up in the air before he struck her.
In the Upper East Side at the 77th Street Station, a man threatened another man on the 6 train by claiming he had a weapon on him, so the other man obliged his challenge by pulling out his gun. The gunman turned out to be a retired cop and was released on his own recognizance following his arrest.
Also in the Upper East Side, a man riding his ebike the wrong way in the protected bike lane crashed into a tree and died from his injuries.
Again in the Upper East Side, a man got beaten into a coma for his bike as he was riding home to the Bronx from work and he succumbed to his injuries and died weeks later.
And again in the Upper East Side, a man came to the bank too early and flipped out watching people who worked there get access to the branch before him. Then he stabbed the security guard in the neck who asked him to leave the premises for being an impatient asshole.
And again in the Upper East Side, a man beat his mother to death and then committed suicide by jumping from the balcony to the courtyard below from her luxury apartment on the 16th floor.
And again in the Upper East Side, a man spray painted swastikas on the sidewalk in front of a luxury apartment building.
And again in the Upper East Side, a woman killed herself while riding a Citibike ebike when she tried to squeeze through between a tractor-trailer truck and parked cars and then hit a crevice causing her to fall off and got crushed when the truck driver was making a turn in the intersection.
And again in the Upper East Side, a man pounced on a woman as she was entering her apartment building and then grabbed her tits and started kissing her. The creep bounced after the woman smacked his bitch ass up.
And again in the Upper East Side, at the 63rd St./Lexington Ave. Station, a man stuck his celly up a woman’s skirt while they were on the escalator and bounced when he got caught.
And again in the Upper East Side, a man walked by a woman on the sidewalk and punched her in the face for no reason.
In Midtown, two men got hit by stray bullets as they were commuting during a cab ride when three men shot at a couple of other men during a hold up for their jewels in the middle of the block.
Also in Midtown, a man ambushed another man while he was riding his bike, stuck him up at knifepoint and stole his celly and his ride in broad daylight.
Again in Midtown, a man got ambushed during a fake drug deal by two men who held him up at knifepoint inside a posh cafe and robbed his $10,000 watch.
And again in Midtown, a man pulled out a gun and fired shots in the middle of 5th Avenue by St. Patricks Cathedral as the sun was still coming up.
And again in Midtown, a man hassled another man on the sidewalk to sell him drugs, then he ripped his $25,000 watch off his wrist and bounced. Then the man mugged another man with an accomplice and beat him down for his $30,000 watch.
And again in Midtown, a man randomly attacked a postman and clobbered him with punches while he was delivering mail.
And again in Midtown, a dead man’s body was found drifting on the East River.
And again in Midtown at the Grand Central Station, a man lashed out at and menaced a woman on the 4/5/6 platform, and then attacked a Samaritan who stepped in between both of them to quell the situation and beat him down.
And again in Midtown, a man snatched a pair of shades off a vendor’s table and tried to slash him with a piece of glass but he got disrupted by a mounted cop who pursued the skell on his horse and cornered him with his fellow cops waiting in a marked car in the middle of the block.
And again in Midtown, a woman got caught shoplifting by an off-duty cop doing security at a chain pharmacy store and slashed him with scissors trying to escape.
And again in Midtown, a chain pharmacy store locked up SPAM in plastic cartridge cases in response to constant boosting of the processed meat product. Cans of tuna were also caged for the stores dystopian crime prevention strategy policy.
And again in Midtown, three people died of drug overdoses in their rooms at a fancy motel. Smells like fentanyl.
And again in Midtown, the Department of Transportation Alternatives remedied a sinkhole in the crosswalk on 42nd St. with a garbage can.
In Hell’s Kitchen, there was blood on the dancefloor following a fight between two men on the dance floor on a cruise ship escalated into a free for all brawl as they fought all the way to the vessel’s scheduled docking at the pier.
Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a doctor crashed his car into another car in an intersection while speeding and trying to beat a red light, causing it to topple on top of it. Then the car suddenly fell on top of a firefighter trying to rescue him and his son from the wreck, injuring his leg.
In the Upper West Side at the 72nd St. Station, a man suckerpunched a 65-year-old man on the back on the platform, then punched him in the face when he reacted to the strike. The victim followed his assailant who was accompanied by a woman with a rolling suitcase and got off 110 St. but couldn’t keep up with them on the street.
Also in the Upper West Side, a man stalked a woman walking on the sidewalk and stood behind a mailbox jerking off while she was ordering food at a restaurant. Then he followed her to an apartment building and propositioned her with his dick in his hand, forcing her to run back to the restaurant for safety, then he creeped out other woman passing by him on the sidewalk. The woman then went to a police station and he still followed her there with his hand in his pants.
Again in the Upper West Side at the 72nd St. Station, a man stabbed a 62-year-old man on the 2 train to win an argument he was having with him.
And again in the Upper West Side and the East Village, a man stalked a woman while riding his ebike, then he dismounted it when she walked on the sidewalk and then he ran after and tackled her and then sexually molested her on the pavement. Then he rode his ebike downtown and flashed a knife at a woman standing on a corner and forced her to the pavement and sexually assaulted her and forced her to give him oral. The deviant is also suspected in another sexual assault of a woman on the Manhattan Bridge bike lane where he also force a woman at knifepoint to give him head.
And again in the Upper West Side, a man rode his scooter up to a woman and sexually assaulted her in front of an apartment building. Then he sexually molested a woman at a train station in Carroll Gardens and fled when she screamed.
And again in the Upper West Side, hundreds of men riding dirtbikes and ATVS took over the streets and wouldn’t stop for red lights or anyone else trying to commute.
Also in the East Village, a man stalked a woman to her apartment building and pushed her inside and forced her to go inside her apartment and then he sexually assaulted her and stole her wallet.
Again in the East Village, derelicts continue to take over the sidewalk to sell junk and stolen property and shoplifted sundries while litter piles up in the tree beds and planters.
And again in the East Village, a small green space has become an occupation for homeless people needing a safe place to sleep and also has been taken siege by mounting garbage and rats.
And again in the East Village, a man ripped off a camera, cellphone and wallet off a man who was passed out lying on the sidewalk.
In Stuy Town, a gang of five men and a 13-year-old boy ambushed a man jogging on the riverfront park path and held him up at gunpoint, beat him down to the pavement and then robbed his cellphone and earbuds.
In Greenwich Village, thousands of people fled in a stampede from Washington Square Park after shots were fired. But an NYPD investigation revealed that it was just fireworks.
Also in Greenwich Village, a man jumped on a crane in Washington Square Park, climbed up to the cherry picker cage, took off his clothes and yelled at parkgoers below. Then he mimicked a scene from a Russel Crowe movie while being lowered after the crane’s operator showed up to bring him down. Wasting NYPD time setting up a bouncy castle floor.
Again in Greenwich Village, a man snatched two cellphones out the hands of two women while riding on a citibike.
And again in Greenwich Village, a man held up another man at gunpoint and then was confronted by his mark’s relatives who intervened in the mugging. Then the man got into a tussle with them over the gun and managed to fire a shot in the air and then bounced.
And again in Greenwich Village and also the East Village and Chelsea, a man went on a Benny Hill like ass grabbing spree on six women in 24 hours.
And again in Greenwich Village, a NYC Parks supervisor got attacked and beaten to the ground by two weed dealers after he moved a display table that belonged to them after he told them to disperse. After they dispersed, they came back and resumed selling their product again and got cuffed by cops who recognized the dopey dope dealers.
In the Flatiron District, four men attempting to pull off a gunpoint mugging near a nite club got disrupted by cops on patrol and the goons engaged in a shootout with them and fled. Only one of the gunmen got nabbed by the cops and claimed that he thought his weapon was a bb gun.
In Gramercy, two men broke into a store and robbed an e-bike and e-motored scooter.
In Soho, a man got shot during a drive-by in broad daylight while he was sitting in his car by assailants in another fancy car.
Also in Soho, a couple banged each other inside a fancy restaurant bathroom and left an engagement ring behind.
Again in Soho, two women approached a woman on a street corner and feigned to ask her for the time and then one of them snatched her cellphone and then they both beat the shit out of her and stole her backpack when the victim wouldn’t divulge her password.
And again in Soho, multiple metal abstract sculptures worth over a million dollars got burglarized from a luxury hotel.
And again in Soho, a mob of sixteen men bum rushed a posh motor scooter shop and looted over 50 scooters collectively worth $100,000 after they set up the invasion weeks earlier by breaking the lock box and stealing the key.
And again in Soho, a mentally deranged homeless man randomly punched seven people while walking down the street and then got taken down by a Samaritan with MMA skills and held him down to the pavement after he saw him wallop a construction worker and tried to bounce.
In Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton St. Station, a 250 pound man pushed a woman into a pole and smashed her face in. The victim is a civilian worker for the NYPD.
In Penn Station at the 34th St. Station, a man kissed a woman on the lips on the 1 train without consent and ran away.
In FIDI at the Bowling Green Station, a man randomly yelled at and attacked a man who was going through the turnstiles and slashed him in the arm and fled.
Also in FIDI, a man stalked a woman walking her dog into a luxury apartment building and tried to steal her pet while she was still in the revolving door and ran away empty handed.
In Chelsea, a bigoted man kicked a woman who was walking on the sidewalk because of her heritage.
Also in Chelsea, a man got shot on the street from a passenger in an SUV during a drive-by.
Again in Chelsea, two men broke through a glass door of a 7-11 and robbed the entire inventory of vape products and tobacco worth over $20,000. Since when does a 7-11 close? Oh in Eric Adams’s New York Fucking City.
And again in Chelsea, a taxi cab spontaneously combusted near 7th Avenue.
In Inwood and Washington Heights, the cops pulled over and confiscated 54 cars with phony paper plates from New Jersey in the initiative to get “ghost cars” off the streets of NYC.
Also in Inwood, a man got shot to death on the street and his killer is still on the loose.
Again in Inwood at the Dyckman St. Station, water vomited from the street above onto the platform and the tracks from another deluge rainstorm. I thought the MTA got 350 million dollars to mitigate flooding like this after Hurricane Sandy. And to be prepared for Ira last year. Turns out no one knows how to fucking work it.
And again in Inwood, a car speeding down the street crashed into another car in the intersection and caused it to mount the sidewalk and run over and kill two men instantly. This incident happened less than 24 hours after the Department Of Transportation Alternatives and agency captured elected officials announced that speed cameras would be on all day long.
And again in Inwood, a man got caught by the feds in possession of a half-million dollars in crystal meth and was immediately released without bail along with his partner who also got caught with the same amount of crystal downtown.
Also in Washington Heights, a man got shot to death from a drive-by while driving his pick-up truck over a bridge.
Again in Washington Heights, a man randomly pushed a 75-year-old woman onto the pavement from behind as she was walking on the sidewalk, causing her to break her shoulder.
And again in Washington Heights, a man stabbed another man to death with a broken bottle when the victim tried to break up a fight between his killer and a friend of his who was drunk and got into a tussle with them.
And again in Washington Heights, a man stabbed another man during a fight on a street corner.
And again in Washington Heights, a man shot another man in the back on a street corner.
And again in Washington Heights, two men riding together on an unlicensed motor scooter pulled off 15 robberies in a month long crime spree in the area and across the bridge in the Boogie Down.
And again in Washington Heights, a man ambushed another man coming out of an apartment building and stabbed him multiple times.
And again in Washington Heights, another hundred or two hundred marauding motorcycle and ATV riders took over the streets with total impunity and no repression from authorities.
In Union Square at the 14th St. Station, a woman fell onto the tracks and got hit by the arriving Q train and lived.
In Downtown Manhattan, a man got caught by the cops attempting to cut a lock off a moped that was in a police precinct impound lot.
In Kips Bay, a Rikers inmate bum rushed a C.O. and punched him in the face while he was accompanying the thug for dialysis treatment at a hospital.
In St. Albans, a mentally disturbed man got shot to death by cops from a fusillade of bullets after he called 911 and made a threat to the operator that he was going to assassinate Governor Hochul, Mayor Adams and Commissioner Sewell as well as any cop who showed up on his block responding to his call. The cops spent 100 rounds to take the man down after he drew his weapon and fired first.
Here’s the thing about this incident, clearly this man was suffering from a mental episode, so why weren’t mental health aides or even violence interrupters accompanying the cops in the response, like the “B-Heard” teams that Adams announced and said would de-escalate situations like this months ago? Is it because he made those threats against high ranking officials?
And since this was obviously a new case of police unreasonably using excessive force by blasting 100 bullets to take a Black man down, why wasn’t there a response or protest by the BLM movement and their solidarity White and woke supporters?
In South Richmond Hill, a man shot another man to death on his birthday and wounded three others following an argument and a fight at an auto body shop where a party was going on.
Also in South Richmond Hill, a restaurant run by a bunch of shitheads set off a bunch of fireworks in their backyard and one of the rockets hit the side of of a neighboring house and set it on fire, coming close to burning another house down in the working class neighborhood.
Again in South Richmond Hill, a man crashed his car into a double parked car which crashed into another parked car from the impact and then the man continued driving and crashed into a jeep that was waiting for the red light to change down the block.
And again in South Richmond Hill, a man shot and missed his target at a hookah lounge and hit another man and woman instead during a drive-by.
And again in South Richmond Hill, a man shot a woman to death inside her apartment after she argued with him about not paying rent in a room he was occupying.
And again in South Richmond Hill, a man attempted to pull off a smash and grab robbery at a cellphone store that recently opened and got foiled by cops on patrol in the vicinity.
In South Jamaica, two men engaged in a shootout from their cars and a stray bullet from the fusillade hit a woman walking on the sidewalk commuting home.
Also in South Jamaica, a man got shot to death while sitting inside his car at his house from a drive-by. The gunman’s vehicle resembled the same car used for another drive-by shooting in broad daylight in Soho.
In Woodhaven, three bigoted women menaced another woman on a city bus, calling her racist remarks and accusing her of supporting Donald Trump, then one of them whacked her in the head with a foreign object to settle the heated argument they instigated with the victim.
In Far Rockaway, a man in a SUV shot a woman in the back while she was on a street corner her two children, one of them sitting in a stroller. The vehicle was also seen at a robbery of a deli where two men held up workers at gunpoint and stole $7,000 of grass and $2,000 in cash. Later reports turned out that the woman was indeed the target of the drive-by shooting and stray bullet from the fusillade hit a man who was standing by her.
In Corona, a man stabbed another man to death and also stabbed and wounded a woman he was with on a street corner following a fight on the dance floor at a catering hall.
Also in Corona, six men riding unlicensed motor scooters surrounded a man on the street and snatched his gold chain while one of them held him up at gunpoint.
Again in Corona, a mariachi grabbed a woman’s ass as she walked on the sidewalk and bounced, then the woman followed him to his apartment building and snapped a photo of him without his hat on her celly.
In Ozone Park, a man lurking a 75-year-old man walking on the sidewalk pushed him against a fence and rifled through his pockets and bounced when he found nothing to steal.
Also in Ozone Park at the 88th St. Station, a woman got slashed on the platform.
In Jamaica, a man stabbed his brother to death inside their apartment during a domestic dispute.
In Flushing, two men fired shots directly at an apartment and bounced.
Also in Flushing, a man got stabbed during a fight inside Flushing Meadows Park.
Again in Flushing, four men bum rushed an gambling den inside a building and brutally beat down a man with chairs and then stuck a knife at him and robbed his $30,000 watch and $5,000 he probably won.
And again in Flushing, scaffolding surrounding a building under renovation collapsed on the sidewalk and crushed a row of parked cars.
In Queens Village, an off-duty C.O. engaged in a shootout with two other men who first shot at him and other members of a motorcycle club while they were having a BBQ party on the street.
In Laurelton, a man shot another man in the arm to settle an argument on the street.
In Glendale, a man randomly punched a woman in the head from behind as she was walking on the sidewalk, then the lunatic punched another woman the same way while she was pushing her child in a stroller. Then the loon followed them to a garage where they were hiding in from him and he yelled jibberish at them and then bounced when the cops came, and they didn’t want to bother filing a report.
In Jackson Heights, a man shoved a 70-year-old woman to the pavement to settle an argument.
Also in Jackson Heights at the 74th Ave/Roosevelt Ave. Station, a man squeezed a woman’s ass as she was about to exit through the turnstiles.
Again in Jackson Heights, two men tried to jack a food truck at gunpoint but wound up with jack squat.
And again in Jackson Heights, a man stabbed another man in the arm and jacked his car.
In Forest Hills and Middle Village, a woman got jumped by a man who jumped off the back of an unlicensed motorcycle and he stuck her up at knifepoint and stole her wallet and cellphone. The they rode up to the 86-year-old man while was crossing the street and shove him down and snatched his gold chain.
Also in Forest Hills, a man jumped on the side of a van while it was still moving and fell off it once the driver hit the gas and left the man on the asphalt.
In South Ozone Park, a woman held up another woman at gunpoint as she was on the steps on her house and robbed her cellphone and wallet and bounced.
Also in South Ozone Park, a man shot a woman to death inside her apartment.
In Long Island City, an off-duty fireman got pulled over for a DWI by the cops and tried to run away while loaded on booze.
Also in Long Island City, a man got plowed by a hit and run fancy car driver while riding his e-scooter across the street.
Again in Long Island City, a man stabbed another man in the gut during a fight at a non-profit group’s homeless services intake center.
And again in Long Island City, a man shot another man on the grounds of the Queensbridge Houses and rode away on a bike. Most likely a Citi one.
In Maspeth, a man broke into a house through a window and robbed jewelry and $4,500.
In Astoria, a bigoted man rushed up to another man and headbutted him after calling him racial slurs.
Also in Astoria, a woman bought $7,000 ring with a stolen credit card, then a man she was with reached through the salesperson’s glass window and snatched $12,000 worth of rings from a display case that his accomplice was looking at as the salesperson was processing the stolen card.
Again in Astoria, two men engaged in a shootout on the sidewalk after they brawled with each other inside a niteclub.
And again in Astoria, two men held up an off-duty C.O. at gunpoint right after he walked out of nite club, then they shot him in the leg after they stole watch and chain.
And again in Astoria, three men ganged up on a deliverista and knocked him off his unlicensed motor scooter and stole it after one of them conked him on the head with a bottle causing their mark to flee.
And again in Astoria, a man and a woman got shot multiple times by a gang of three men during a drive-by.
And again in Astoria, a fire engulfed the top three floors of an apartment building. Queens is still burning.
In Ridgewood, a fire engulfed and destroyed a deli with repeat fire code violations.
Also in Ridgewood, a man held up a smoke shop at gunpoint and robbed 250 bucks and cannabis products.
In Murray Hill, two men charged at a 65-year-old woman walking on the sidewalk and stole her purse after knocking her down to the pavement.
In Cambria Heights, a man got shot in the middle of the street in broad daylight on the 4th of July, as it happened to about 50 other people that day.
In Woodside, three men on motor scooters jacked a motorcycle from a man on the boulevard.
In Arverne (by the sea), a mess of ugly graffiti was found spray painted on the boardwalk.
Also in Arverne (by the sea) at the 67th St. Station (by the sea), a man shot at the A train as it stood in the station and hit a young man in the leg.
Again in Arverne (by the sea), a 14-year-old boy got shot to death on the street during a drive-by. He was visiting his old neighborhood after moving to New Jersey with his father to get away from the rising crime plaguing the town and the rest of NYC. The boy was found lying in a pool of blood by a car on a driveway at a neighbor’s house where the resident and her children found the victim. A young man also got shot in the face a block away on the night of the teenager’s homicide.
In Rockaway Beach, two sharks having a nice swim near the eroded shore led to two popular beaches getting closed down for the weekend. A week later, more sharks returned to frolic in the water and had the ocean to themselves
Also in Rockaway Beach, two men robbed a purse from a woman on the S train, then left it behind after the conductor shut the doors to prevent them from bouncing with it.
In Rochdale, two men got shot in the middle of the block.
In Fresh Meadows, a stupid couple tried to break into a house after ringing the camera doorbell and the man tried to pry open the door with a crowbar with no success.
Also in Fresh Meadows, a paraprofessional teacher punched an autistic student who scratched her eyes for disobeying him in a high school.
In Elmhurst, two men tried to carjack a man at gunpoint but forget to steal his key, but they stole his cellphone after shooting at him and missing.
Also in Elmhurst, a man sideswiped and damaged a row of parked cars while speeding down the block in his ice cream truck and had to be tracked all the way to the Bronx to find the culprit.
In Sunnyside at the 40th St and 46th St. Stations, a man broke nine security cameras on the platform.
In Hunters Point, two men held up another man at gunpoint and robbed 25 bucks off him after they shot him and then they rode away on a motorscooter.
In Kew Gardens Hills, a man driving drunk in his Camaro smashed into another car while trying to enter the expressway, causing it to smashed into six other cars.
In Laurelton, five people got injured from two cars crashing into other vehicles while racing on the Belt Parkway.
Also in Laurelton, a man confronted another man in a parking lot and got into an argument with him, then he took out a gun and shot his foe as he was driving away, hitting him in the arm.
In Edgemere, a man shot another man to death as he was sitting in his car in broad daylight in a gang-related attack.
In Hollis, a 17-year-old boy got shot on the street during a street fight.
In Bayside, a man stabbed two men during a brawl with them after one of them flirted with his girlfriend in front of a sports bar.
In Belle Harbor, an off-duty committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with his government service gun.
In Howard Beach and also Woodhaven, Ozone Park, Glendale and Rockaway Beach, hundreds of ATV and dirtbike riders claimed territory over the boulevards and boardwalk running red lights and riding over sidewalks and medians.
The NYPD managed to stop the marauding road warriors by catching them at the Joseph Adabbo Bridge to prevent them from going to beach the following week.
Alos in Howard Beach, a bunch of hooligan teenagers threw food at a worker at Mickey D’s.
In Rego Park and Flushing, a gang of three men held up two men at knifepoint and robbed their jewels estimated to be worth over $300,000. They also went to Brooklyn and stuck up a knife on three other marks in Flatbush and Kensington and robbed them of jewels worth 24 large.
In Springfield Gardens, the cops confiscated over 180 guns in raids of homes of four men involved in gun trafficking. It seems like it’s a lot, but it really isn’t with all the gun violence on.
In Rosedale, a man speeding in his car lost control and crashed into a fence, causing a pole to pierce through his windshield and impaled him and a woman who was sitting in the back seat. The woman died instantly from the protrusion.
In Hammels, a man shot two men on the grounds of the Redfern Houses.
In College Point, two women got beat down by two other women and their boyfriends after they got into an argument during a movie at a cineplex and also stole one of the victim’s phone. Not known is if it stemmed from opinions of the movie.
In Cambria Heights, a man got shot in the hip as he crossed the street.
In Northeast Queens, U.S.P.S relay boxes were found broken into and robbed of mail in many neighborhoods in the district.
On Rikers Island, two inmates overdosed on fentanyl tainted drugs in their cells. One of them died.
Also on Rikers Island, air conditioners broke down and are leaving inmates suffering from heat in their cells.
Again on Rikers Island, an inmate serving time for recidivist assaults and criminal mischief which included taking a shit on a subway platform and smearing it all over a woman got scalded with boiling water that another inmate threw at his face. I bet he wished he threw shit on him instead.
In Fordham Heights, a smoke shop manager bumped into a man who was walking by on the sidewalk while he was working. Then the man hit him with his cane and the managers employee came out and place the man in a chokehold and stabbed him to death jamming a knife into his neck.
The homicide looks clearly inspired by Jose Alba’s situation in his bodega where he killed a man in self-defense which a policing expert predicted would happen as Alba was still sitting in a cell in Rikers, but the cops arrested him and he wound up arraigned on murder and manslaughter charges. But being that New York City has a laughingstock judicial system (one of Mayor Adams’s only crystal nuggets of truth), the judge in his case reduced the bail to $5,000, which the killer easily posted and was released back out in the streets. This judge also found time to reduce bail from $100,000 to $5,000 of a convicted gun trafficker.
In Melrose, a deli owner runs a fight club inside his store so people can beat the shit out of each other because he thinks it stops competitors from using guns to solve their problems.
Also in Melrose, two men cruising in an SUV casing another two other men riding on a motor scooter pulled over beside them and the passenger jumped out and got into a shootout with them and got back into the vehicle and bounced. The man riding the scooter died after catching a bullet to the head shot from the man who was riding on the saddle with him.
Again in Melrose, a man stabbed two other men multiple times on the sidewalk and robbed $305 from both of them in broad daylight.
And again in Melrose, a man robbed a bank after menacing the teller claiming he had a gun.
In Kingsbridge, three men viciously beat a man to death on the street while trying to rob him. One of the killers got arrested and his two accomplices are still on the loose.
In Charlotte Gardens, two men riding Citibikes and brandishing guns shot a fusillade of rounds at a car they were pursuing and stray bullets hit a woman and her teenage daughter who were inside a bodega and another woman while she was walking her dog.
In Claremont, a man got shot in the head from a drive by while in his car which he crashed into a wall afterwards.
In Tremont, a teenage male got shot in the arm on a street corner.
In Mott Haven, a man lost control of his motorcycle while speeding on the street and crashed into a NYC Parks vehicle.
Also in Mott Haven, a man got shot in the chest on the street.
Again in Mott Haven, a man got shot on the street by a man on a motor scooter in a ride-by by a police station.
And again in Mott Haven, a man hit another man on a motor scooter while making a u-turn with his car.
In Highbridge, a man shot another man to death on a street corner in broad daylight days after his girlfriend got into a dispute with the victim.
Also in Highbridge, a man shot another man in the leg on a street corner.
In Soundview, a woman stole a SUV and hit a bike rider and fled. The bike rider later died from the injuries caused by the hit-and-run. The woman got into another vehicle after abandoning the car she robbed and slaughtered a person with while carrying a baby in a basket seat all the while.
Also in Soundview, a stray bullet struck a car occupied by two NYPD detectives and their 2-month-old son as they were coming home from vacation on the weekend of independence day.
Again in Soundview, a man killed himself when he lost control and crashed his motorcycle after he slalomed between two cars in motion on the street. Two other ninja bikers also took spills trying to mimic his stupid and fateful maneuver.
And again in Soundview, two men engaging in a shootout on the street got fired upon by a cop in the vicinity, the gangstas returned fire and then fled inside a building and the other escaped in a car. Both gunmen are still on the loose.
And again in Soundview at the Morris Ave. Station, a man got slashed in the neck twice by a mugger while trying to defend himself from being robbed on the platform.
And again in Soundview and also the East Bronx, Riverdale and Crotona Park, two women and a man pulled off a crime spree robbing 5 men where one of the woman hooks up with a man and takes him to a hotel, and then she invites her accomplices to their room while the man showers and then they grab the mark buck naked and duct tape him as they steal all their cellphones, cash and credit cards they later use to make expensive purchases.
In Hunts Point, a man robbed three cases of energy drinks from a deli and got apprehended by two on duty C.O.’s who caught him while he was trying to get away during a struggle with the store worker.
Also in Hunts Point, a man got shot in the leg on the street from a drive-by.
Again in Hunts Point, a man held up an off-duty cop at gunpoint by his car right after he parked it and then asked him he was a police officer and proceeded to steal his wallet which contained his badge and his service gun.
In Morrisania, an argument between two crews playing a game on the basketball court escalated when one of the men pulled a gun and shot at his rivals. Stray bullets hit two 17-year-old girls who were hanging out on the playground having a cookout party with their relatives and friends. The two girls were visiting the city from Virginia.
A father of one of the victims chastised Mayor Adams for his failure to stop the gun violence and wondered if any stuff was going to get done about it if someone famous winds up dead from the daily fusillades on the streets of New York.
Also in Morrisania, a man got hit by a car and died after riding the wrong way on his bicycle.
Again in Morrisania, a man shot another man on the street to settle an argument.
And again in Morrisania, a man got shot to death while riding on his unlicensed motor scooter. The victim shot a man on the street a month earlier and was let loose after he posted bail, he was better off staying behind bars where he belonged.
And again in Morrisania, two men engaging in a shootout on the middle of the street bounced when cops arrived to stop them, then one of the gunmen fired at one of the cops while running away and tried to hide in apartment building and got caught and cuffed.
In University Heights, a traffic cop got shot on the street as he was writing a ticket by a man firing a wallet pellet rifle.
In Mount Hope, an off-duty C.O. shot a man to death with his service gun after the victim shot him with a water pellet rifle while he was sitting in the front seat of a SUV. The C.O. claimed he fired in self-defense because of the pain he felt from the pellet even though he didn’t initially notify the police or the corrections department.
In Kingsbridge Heights, a man got beaten to a pulp and left for dead on the sidewalk by three men and he died from his injuries a few weeks later.
In West Farms, a woman got killed by a hit-and-run van driver while she was crossing the street.
In Riverdale, three men ambushed an off-duty cop and one of them shot him in the leg as they robbed his motorcycle.
In Belmont, a man shot a beloved 62-year-old man to death and shot and wounded two other men on a street corner during a drive-by on Independence Day as fifty other people also got shot in the five boroughs on America’s birthday. Blood stains on the concrete continued to flow when nine more people got shot in the city the next day.
In Concourse Village, a woman beat her mother to death with a hammer inside their apartment because she was trying to exorcise demons from her.
Also in Concourse Village, a man got shot to death execution style on the street.
In Crotona Park, a man shot and wounded an 11-year-old boy with a bb gun on the sidewalk in broad daylight.
In Laconia, a man got stabbed multiple times following a brawl with another man, then he died trying to get help when he got in his car and crashed it into a pole.
In Concourse, a man stabbed his wife to death on her bed inside their apartment.
Also in Concourse, a man walloped a pregnant woman on the head with a wrench during an argument on the street.
Again in Concourse, a man shot another man to death to win a fight on the street nearby the criminal courthouse. Cops caught the killer while he was facing drug charges with the rest of his gang in the criminal courthouse in Downtown Manhattan.
And again in Concourse, cops raided a man’s apartment in a building next to the criminal courthouse and confiscated 40 pounds of bags containing meth, coke, heroin and fentanyl and two loaded 9mms.
And again in Concourse, shots were fired during and towards the Dominican Day Parade in broad daylight, with one of the bullets hitting a man in the arm.
And again in Concourse, cops trying to disperse a group of men still partying on the street after the Dominican Day Parade ended discovered one of them with a gun. As they tried to arrest him, the other men intervened and brawled with the cops and also threw bottles at them.
In Allerton, a man got run over by a car and killed while making deliveries on his ebike.
In Fordham Manor, a man got shot in the back in the middle of the street from a drive by.
In Co-Op City, a man stabbed another man to death inside the victim’s apartment.
In Foxhurst, a 16-year-old boy got shot in the hip on the street and was vague about how he got hit when he told staff at the hospital.
Also in Foxhurst, a 16-year-old boy and his 12-year-old sister got shot while playing basketball in high school courtyard during a drive by where the gunmen mistaken them for rival gangbangers. All the victim’s friends and relatives traumatized by this incident demanded more action from Mayor Adams and Commissioner Sewell’s NYPD and some parents even want the return of the stop and frisk policy so they can feel safer.
Again in Foxhurst, a man weaponized his car and plowed a man down has he was walking towards the sidewalk. Then he and his passenger/accomplice burrowed into his pockets and stole his fanny pack which contained a gun inside. That explains why they didn’t want use their fists.
In Throggs Neck, NYPD and NY State Troopers arrested 8 men and ticketed over 60 people for driving vehicles with fake paper license plates.
In Fordham, a parking garage is holding women’s cars hostage because of an elevator the owner won’t fix which is affecting their livelihoods as they cannot earn money without them.
In Norwood, a man attacked another man while he was by his car with his wife and then stabbed him to death after brawling with him on the sidewalk as the woman tried to get him off her husband by bashing him with a crowbar. The killer previously sucker punched a man on the street who didn’t say hi back to him while walking by him and also slashed another man in the face that lived on his block and he didn’t serve any time for those attacks because of the bail reform law.
In Wakefield, a man shot another man to death while he was sitting on the steps of a church.
In Mount Eden, an ebike battery exploded while charging and engulfed an entire apartment in flames, causing burn injuries to five other tenants.
In Claremont Village, a man got run over by a jeep from a hit and run where the driver ditched the vehicle.
In Parkchester at the Parkchester Station, a drunk man stabbed another man to settle an argument on the 6 train.
In the South Bronx, a woman hit a man on a motorcycle from behind with her car and drove off, the man died nearly a week later from his injuries.
At the Roberto Clemente Park, a man committed suicide by jumping into the river and drowned.
On the Hutchinson River Parkway, a school bus toppled over and injured dozens of other bus drivers and faculty and officials of a city summer school program.
In Van Cordtlant Park, a man shot at another man and a woman on the street and bounced on a scooter.
A man who owns five supermarkets in the boogie down lamented about the rise of shoplifting in his own businesses. Besides the brazenness from recidivists boosting from his stores, he cited the start of this scourge with the plastic bag ban that enabled thieves to load up what they wanted to plunder in their bags and make the dash out the door.
In Morris Park, a massive sinkhole on the street cracked even more and swallowed a van. The city fixed a sinkhole on the same block the year before and clearly did a quarter ass job improving the infrastructure.
In Williamsburg, a man got pulled over in his car by cops for driving without a seatbelt and knocked one of them to the ground and fled on foot towards the elevated train where he climbed a pole and stood on the transit worker walkway as cops helplessly tried to talk him down. Then the man jumped off and landed on the roof of a building and broke his leg and wound up arrested after cops pursued him there. Even though only one of the cops was able to climb the fence where the building was located.
The failure fugitive guy had a record of recidivism with prior arrests for burglary and assault. The judge ordered to him to be jailed without bail after his lawyer offered a hilarious defense stating that he didn’t mean to hurt the cop when he doored him’and he only ran and risked his life trying to get away from the cops so he wouldn’t go to Rikers. A good way to do that is to keep your nose clean and not commit crimes and evade cops orders.
Also in Williamsburg, a man got killed by a hit-and-run cab driver while he was entering the BQE on his motorcycle.
Again in Williamsburg, a man sneaked into an Orthodox school through an open door, then he tried to kick down the doors inside office rooms at the building.
And again in Williamsburg, a man shot another man in the middle of the street to settle an argument.
And again in Williamsburg, a man ran towards another man standing by a deli and shot him in the chest.
And again in Williamsburg at the Marcy Ave. Station, a man got killed while laying on the tracks as the J train arrived and ran over him.
And again in Williamsburg, a 5-year-old boy nearly drowned in a pool at McCarren Park but was rescued by a Samaritan because the NYC Parks Dept lifeguards were slow to react.
And again in Williamsburg, a man and an accomplice snatched a woman’s purse and rode away on their bikes. Then the two wheel skell rode to other towns in Crooklyn and snatched purses off three other women on the same day.
And again in Williamsburg, a gang of young men jumped on the roofs of the J train while it was on it’s course to Queens.
In Greenpoint, a man got shot to death in a car by a man who blasted him at point blank range and rolled away on a citibike. The victim was moving cars and parking them in different spots while working on the set of a Law and Order show in production, much to the consternation of residents in the area who lost hundreds of parking spots from the Department of Transportation Alternatives usurpation of parking spaces for bike racks and bike lanes.
Also in Greenpoint, two off-duty NYC transit workers got pulled over by the cops and were found possessing a gun. Then they fought with the cops after being questioned about the pistol.
In Brownsville, a man who committed bigoted attacks and robbed two Sikh men in South Richmond Hill got stabbed to death during a street fight.
Also in Brownsville, a wheelchair bound child nearly got shot in the crossfire from two men engaging in a shootout on the sidewalk in broad daylight.
Again in Brownsville, a man shot another man on the street in front of the Mother Gaston buildings, then the victim went inside one of the apartment buildings and bled to death trying to get back to his apartment.
Again in Brownsville, a man approached a 14-year-old boy on the sidewalk and slashed him in the face in broad daylight.
And again in Brownsville, a man shot a 16-year-old boy in the head and wounded another man who were chasing him on the street and two other men got hit with stray bullets who weren’t involved in the mayhem. The suspect then got on a unlicensed motorcycle and bounced.
And again in Brownsville, three men shot at three other men on the street and hopped back in an SUV and bounced. Mayor Adams reaction to this gang related incident was to “think outside the toolbox” (?????).
And again in Brownsville, a man attacked another man from behind and beat him down to the floor in the lobby of a public housing building, then he continued the assault on him outside with the help of an accomplice.
And again in Brownsville, a 9-year-old girl got nicked in the head by a stray bb gun pellet while sitting on a park bench with her grandmother on the grounds of the Seth Low Houses.
In East New York, a man shot a 15-year-old boy to death following a brawl inside a bodega where he also got wounded from another gunman inside the store.
Also in East New York, a shootout between two men inside a deli led to one of them and another man dying and two other man getting wounded in the crossfire. One of them got arrested a few days later and the other shooter is still on the loose.
Again in East New York, a man shot another man in the leg while he was sitting in his car.
And again in East New York, a 74-year-old woman got hit in the gut from a stray bullet from a shootout on the grounds of the Pink Houses while she was trying to relax on a bench.
And again in East New York, a woman killed herself in her car after she crashed it on the parkway.
And again in East New York, a man got hit by a car while riding his bike the wrong way on the street.
And again in East New York, a man got shot twice in front of a bodega under a hail of bullets around dusk.
And again in East New York, two men pulled a gun on a man while he was sleeping in his Benz and robbed his wallet, then the crooks got greedy and tried to carjack him and then shot him twice and ran after he wouldn’t give them the keys.
In Bed-Stuy, a man rode his unlicensed motor scooter into a NYCHA building courtyard where a party was going on and shot into the crowd, hitting an 8-year-old, two women and another man.
Also in Bed-Stuy, a man shot a young woman to death and shot and wounded a 63-year-old man inside his apartment when he was being visited by her.
Again in Bed-Stuy, a woman got into a elongated heated argument with workers at a Mickey D’s about an order of fries that weren’t hot. Then the woman’s son showed up and bum rushed the counter and knocked everything down and got into a scrap with the crew. Then after the workers and the mother and son finished arguing with each other and the son walked out of the restaurant. The worker who prepared the fires went outside and got into a brawl with her son, then her son shot him in the neck to settle it all. The worker died from his wounds days later.
According to the suspect’s mother, the workers were mocking her the entire time when she wanted a new fresh order of fries and laughed at her more when she demanded to speak to the manager. Too bad someone had to die for them to learn that the customer is always right and what happens when you fuck around with people and find out, because the killer fessed up to a murder he was involved with 2 years ago.
In Bushwick, a man riding his bike on the sidewalk rolled up behind an 88-year-old woman and squeezed her ass a few times, causing the elderly woman to recoil and fall on the pavement in shock.
Also in Bushwick, a woman shot pepper spray at a cashier in a Mickey D’s during a robbery attempt.
Again in Bushwick, a man traced his stolen motorcycle on an app and found one of the thieves riding it and then grabbed the wheels and tried to leave with his property. Then the thief and his accomplice beat him down to the concrete and stole his motorcycle again.
And again in Bushwick, a man jumped a woman from behind while she was walking her dog and threw her to the pavement and tried to rape her in broad daylight.
And again in Bushwick, a woman knocked over a pot of scalding hot oil and burned a man and a 5-year-old boy during a fight at a cookout in a playground while a soccer game was going on.
In Crown Heights, a man rode a citibike up to a SUV that was stopped at a red light and he shot a man to death by blasting him twice as he was sitting in the front seat by his girlfriend, who then crashed her car trying to get away after the shooting.
Also in Crown Heights, a man lost control of a box truck he was driving and sideswiped and crashed into a row of parked cars. A man riding in the truck lost his leg from the wreck.
Again in Crown Heights, a man got heated yelling at a woman trying to move her car from a parking space and got yelled at by a man and his son sitting on a stoop. Then he confronted them and pulled out a gun and shot both of them when the older man tried to wrestle the gun out of his hand.
And again in Crown Heights, four men beat down a man for $100 after he got into a car accident with their vehicle.
And again in Crown Heights, a man shot another man three times on the street.
And again in Crown Heights, a man shot two other men in their legs on the street.
In Canarsie, a man ambushed a 71-year-old man by his house and held him up at knifepoint, then he stole his car keys and stole his SUV with his accomplice.
Also in Canarsie, a prosperity gospel preacher and good old friend of Mayor Eric Adams got held up at gunpoint at his dime store ministry event space by three men who robbed $400,000 of jewelry that he and his wife was sporting while proselytizing for a podcast sermon.
Although he claimed following the broad daylight heist that his bling was worth about $1,000,000. He also claimed one of the masked robbers held up his 8-month-old child at gunpoint, but there isn’t any footage of that (was the baby wearing bling too?). The three men wanted in the heist parked their luxury car right across the street from the dime store ministry event space and was there all day.
This incident was just the start of the hard luck week the bling bishop had when it was discovered that a woman was suing him for 90 large claiming she duped him into an investment deal for a new house which didn’t deliver for her and used the cash to put a down payment for a mansion in New Jersey. In a recent sermon he proselytized about having the right to own a gun, even though he couldn’t lawfully carry a piece because of his criminal record. The preacher got publicly rejected by Mayor Adams who laughed at the thought (but mostly the question) of giving the preacher a permit even though Adams endorsed the idea of people carrying guns to church while he was Brooklyn BP.
In Flatbush, a man knocked over tombstones inside a cemetery and danced a jig while doing it.
Also in Flatbush, a man got shot in the chest after trying to stop two men trying to steal his gold chain.
Again in Flatbush, a man weaponized his car and hit a traffic cop after he wrote up a ticket on a van belonging to his pal.
And again in Flatbush, a man got caught by the cops loitering in front of an Iranian journalists house possessing an AK47, two loaded banana clips and $1,000. The journalist has a bounty over her head placed by her native country.
And again in Flatbush, two men got shot on the street just after midnight.
In East Flatbush, a man shot another man and his father to settle a dispute and a fight on the street with them.
Also in East Flatbush, a man savagely beat a 77-year-old woman to death in her house where he was renting a room in after she demanded to stop using her car as a dollar livery service in the neighborhood.
Again in East Flatbush, a 17-year-old boy stabbed his older sister to death inside their house after the cops came by to respond to a domestic dispute call when the boy assaulted his mother and threatened his sister and then left after the boy left the house.
In Fort Greene, a man walked up to a fruit vendor and stabbed him in the back with a screwdriver for no reason.
The mentally ill man also savagely blindsided a woman by gnashing her head with a metal shank and left her bleeding profusely in the Upper East Side.
Also in Fort Greene, four men ambushed a man and shot him on the grounds of the Walt Whitman Houses.
In Gravesend, a man shot another man in the leg on the street in broad daylight.
Also in Gravesend, a man attempted to steal a box of slippers outside of a store and got chased by the manager, who he shoved to the ground while trying to make off with the box but failed and ran away.
In Downtown Brooklyn at the Atlantic Ave/Barclays Center Station, a man grabbed a 12-year-old girl’s butt on the platform and bounced.
Also in Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St./Metrotech Station, a man went bezerk on another man who brushed against him as he passed and then he stabbed him multiple times on his hands and twice in his back and then punched him and ran away, continuing his commute.
Again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man bounced from his car after he got pulled over by the cops for driving recklessly, the one of the cops shot him down and killed him when the man tried to shoot back while being pursued.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St/Metrotech station, a man followed a woman up the stairs and shoved his face into her ass and then the woman walloped him with her purse.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Pacific St. Station, a man stole a celly from a 64-year-old woman by feigning to know what the time of day was.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn, cops caught a man riding his bike on the sidewalk and arrested him for possessing crack. When they took him to the station house for processing he seemed ill so they sent him to a nearby hospital to get checked out. Then they took him and brought him back to the precinct and then he died. That’s really, really strange.
In Gerristen Beach, a man stuck up a delivery person working for Jeff Bezos’s company at knifepoint, then robbed the packages inside his van and rode away on a citibike. Citibike doesn’t have docks in South Brooklyn.
In Dyker Heights, a man from Howard Beach was found dead and bounded in a driveway at a house where a man dropped him off using a hand truck. It’s suspected that the man was abducted or set up and murdered in his hometown or somewhere along the way. Almost has shades of Karina Vetrano’s murder.
In Bensonhurst, three men beat down a man to the pavement and robbed all the cash he had in his pockets.
In Midwood, a man lost control of his box truck while making a turn and collided into a row of parked cars.
Also in Midwood, two men ambushed a woman in front of her apartment building and forced her to go into her apartment at gunpoint. Then one of the men sexually assaulted and another accomplice showed up and then they robbed $2,000, an ipad and $5,000 in jewels from her home.
In Vinegar Hill, a man shot another man to settle and argument on the grounds of the Farragut Houses.
In Coney Island, two men disrupted a hot dog eating contest protesting against the product being consumed in mass quantities and the defending champion manhandled one of them by placing him in a headlock and still won his umpteenth consecutive title.
Also in Coney Island, a man disrupted a party on the boardwalk by shooting and wounding five revelers.
Again in Coney Island, a man got killed while sleeping on the beach as a sand truck ran over him. Apparently it’s safer to sleep on the beach than to sleep in one of Mayor Adams homeless shelters.
And again in Coney Island at the Stillwell Ave. Station, a woman punched a 71-year-old MTA contractor worker while she was cleaning the platform, then the crazy lady bounced on a F train that was leaving the station. 71 and mopping floors for the MTA, what a way to spend your autumn years in the city and on earth.
And again in Coney Island, a man got shot in the leg on a street corner by Luna Park.
In New Lots, a 14-year-old gang banger got collared by the cops after he tried to ditch a loaded gun he was possessing while being chased in pursuit. The kid had three prior offenses for holding guns and even shot himself in the leg a few months ago storing one in his bedroom, and he got let loose by the raise the age laws by a judge all three times.
In Clinton Hill, a man stabbed a young man twice in front of a church while a funeral was going on.
In Brighton Beach, three men walked up to three other men hanging out in front of an apartment building and held them up at knifepoint and robbed their watches. One of the victims was a NYC cop.
In Prospect Heights, a 61-year-old man got run over by two hit-and-run drivers and was left dead on the street after he was crossing it while on his cellphone with his wife on the Facetime app.
In Red Hook, four men climbed through a window of a man’s apartment and then beat down and pistol whipped the resident and then they robbed all his cash and property and bounced.
Also in Red Hook, two men got shot during a gang-related shootout on the street.
In Prospect Park, a transvestite stabbed a man to death after he gave him head in a section of the park where Bill de Blasio used to hide from the press and his constituents in his last two years as Mayor and which he allocated nearly 40 million dollars to improve the desolate green space where the crime scene took place. He was released on his own recognizance by the borough’s district attorney after claiming self-defense at his arraignment.
In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens at the Sterling St. Station, a man stabbed another man twice on the 2 train after the Samaritan tried to stop him being disruptive to other commuters.
In New Lots, two men walked to a man sitting in his car and shot him after he refused their demands to give up his keys.
In Seagate, a young man got shot on the street and had his celly robbed from him.
In Bay Ridge, a dead man was found floating in the river by a boat marina.
Also in Bay Ridge at the Fort Hamilton Station, a man spit on another commuter and beat him up with a baton and socked him in the face on the N train.
In DUMBO, a man hit another man with two sticks by a public housing building.
On the J train to Queens, a bunch of women and men set up a slip and slide mat on the floor and spent the entire ride twerking and drinking and other nasty ass shit.
In Pleasant Plains, a 16-year-old boy crashed his car into another car in the intersection and then smashed into a tree and tore the car in two, kiling three of his teenage friends riding along with him as he was speeding and driving with a learners permit. The man driving the other car that got totaled survived but got charged with driving with a suspended license.
In Meiers Corners, a man crashed his car into a lamppost and survived, then he abandoned his vehicle and walked away.
In Clifton, a 14-year-old boy attempted to assassinate a couple of men sitting in a park car by shooting at them. But he missed and also didn’t realize they were cops in an unmarked vehicle and they instantly arrested him.
Also in Clifton, a woman assaulted a school safety officer who wouldn’t allow her 14-year-old son to pick up his younger brother at his school.
Again in Clifton, a man got shot to death and another man got shot and wounded from a gang related drive-by in front of public housing building they were dealing drugs from.
And again in Clifton, a man beat the shit out of another man on the sidewalk in the dead of night and put him in a coma after pummeling his head on the concrete.
In Rosebank, a man and a woman ripped off a wedding ring from the finger of an 85-year-old man on the sidewalk, then they tried to pawn it on the same day.
In Mariners Harbor, a man threatened to shoot at two cops who managed to disarm him after the man chomped on one of the cops arm while resisting arrest following a raid on his house accompanied by the feds.
In Richmond Terrace, a man got shot in the face following a fight at a bar.
In Tompkinsville, a gang of three men beat down and stabbed a man while robbing him on the street in broad daylight.
Also in Tompkinsville, a 65-year-old man killed a man when he ran him over with his pickup truck as the victim was crossing the street during a hit-and-run.
In Tottenville, a man got carjacked at gunpoint at a gas station in broad daylight.
In Grasmere, two men in an SUV robbed jewelry from an 81-year-old woman waiting at a bus stop after they told her to come over to their ride.
In Charleston, two men menaced another man in a supermarket parking lot as he was heading to work.
Also in Charleston, a man and a woman boosted spools of cable worth over $1,500 in shopping carts from a chain hardware store and bounced.
In Eltingville, a gang of three thugs carjacked a vehicle from a man at gunpoint. One of them was a 15-year-old boy who got collared for the crime.
In New Dorp, a man carjacked a 75-year-old woman while she was sitting behind the wheel and also carjacked another woman at knifepoint while she was sitting in her car at a parking lot.
In West Brigthon, a woman shoplifted over $2,000 in beauty products from the same chain pharmacy twice in a week.
Also in West Brighton, three men held up a livery driver at gunpoint and robbed his fare pay.
In New Brighton, a man beat up an 8-year-old boy on the street.
In Stapleton, two teenage boys got caught by cops on a street corner packing heat.
In Sunnyside, a woman got shot twice in a parking lot from a drive-by.
In Port Richmond, a man got confronted by three other men as he was walking on the sidewalk, then they surrounded him and held him up at gunpoint and robbed 400 bucks off him.
In Todt Hill, a crime spree of auto theft and burglaries have infected the upper class enclaves.
In Midland Beach, an off-duty cop got caught driving with fake paper plates after he got pulled over during a traffic stop by a bridge.
The Sanitation Department announced that mattresses are being dumped all over the Rock.