Tessa Majors, 18
2019 ended with a rise in four major categories:
Robberies went up by 3.1 % (probably stemming from cellphone theft from peoples dependence on them for purchases and also addiction to texting and binge watching)
Assaults are up 1.4% (due to sudden rise of attacks based on anti-Semitism)
There were 766 total shootings a rise of 2.9% from 2019 and murders cracked the 300 mark in three years with a total 318 in the safest big city in the world
One evening in December, one murder would wind up getting international attention.
In Morningside Park, an 18-year-old woman, Barnard college student and bass player went for a walk in the park nearby her school and then was attacked and brutally beaten on the base of the stairs in a robbery attempt and was stabbed multiple times all over her body. The woman crawled up the stairs while bleeding profusely that got the attention of a patrol guard by Columbia University who just came back from doing his rounds. A butterfly knife and a phone belonging to her were found next to her body. The woman bled to death hours later.
What was initially described in the NY Daily News and NY Post as an attack by a group of men was debunked when the NYPD arrested a 13-year-old boy suspect that reportedly confessed to being an accomplice to the murder. The boy told investigators that he was with his two friends, both 14, and was just looking to rob people. He said they came upon the woman after his friends saw a man and didn’t bother with him and went after her. The boy then recounted his friend putting her in a headlock and going through her pockets then stabbed her when she fought back and bit his other accomplice on the finger.
One of the boys was also arrested but was released for lack of evidence, and the boy suspected of committing the murder reportedly showed up to the precinct for an interview but ran away and was out of state for weeks. The NYPD then put up his picture for publishing in the local papers and websites. He finally returned to Harlem with his relatives and met with the defense attorney and was subsequently not charged and released, as the boy in custody remains the only one charged with the killing even though he claimed he never stabbed her. Although he alleged in his account of the homicide that he did pick up the knife and handed it to the alleged killer before they both ran from the park. Then there is part where the victim bit the boys finger that led to the stabbing, so far no DNA report has surfaced of the suspect who just resurfaced. The lone suspect is still imprisoned in a juvenile facility as he awaits trial in family court in March, as the killer is still roaming on the streets.
As the search for the murder weapon on the parks grounds and ponds were fruitless, the NYPD has been extremely cautious in handling this. The chief of detectives, on his first week on the job, refused to respond on the progress of the homicide case (although he did reveal that the third suspect never did run away when he was brought to the precinct). In a combination of trepidation and stonewalling, it’s clear that the NYPD and prosecutors don’t want this to turn into a Central Park five case from exactly 30 year ago that will cost the city another 50 million dollars.
Mayor de Blasio’s response to the murder from his crooked mouth was moronic and tone-deaf as expected, as he remarked how unbelievable that a killing like that could have happened in this city and under his watch at that place (his actual sentence structure). But as usual with the pathological, habitual lying mayor; the facts on the ground belie those parsing words. Because Morningside Park is still treacherous to walk around there at night (and day) despite all the constant reports and press release boasts of lowering crime in the last two decades as robberies have rose 82% in the park in the last year.
In fact, just a few weeks before Tessa Majors murder in Morningside Park, a man was attacked inside a dog park by a man who attempted to hold him up at knifepoint, but the man clocked him in the face and the suspect ran away as the man fell down a flight of stairs after the tussle. Outside of the park a food delivery man was held by two men brandishing a knife and a gun and robbed his scooter, $60 and his cellphone. During the search of the park a few days after the murder, cops nabbed a man for holding up an app-food delivery guy and stealing his bike.
But it’s not just the usually clueless mayor to cite to blame, for Columbia and Barnard were not diligent enough to warn students about the rise in crime in Morningside Park, as students either had to hear from more streetwise students or presume it was safe probably because of the safest big city narrative being constantly bandied about by elected officials and NYPD monthly pressers and parroted by corporate local news media.
Speaking of the NYPD, the NY Post did a followup story on rising crime at Morningside Park with a student from Columbia who was attacked on those very same steps where Ms. Majors was slayed, when three boys surrounded him and robbed $120 off him when one of them flashed a box cutter at him. This was his recollection:
“They asked me where I was from and if I had any money. At first, I didn’t think they were threatening me, so I told them I didn’t have any money. Then, they showed me an open knife, so I gave them my wallet and they took my money,” Yu told The Post Friday from his Harlem apartment.
“I was surprised this happened to me. Before I came, I heard that New York is pretty safe, but I encountered these things and it’s really unfortunate.”
When Yu went to the NYPD to report the incident, he was told “several people” had been robbed at the same place “by the same teenagers” but cops couldn’t do much about it because “they aren’t adults.”
“When I heard about the girl who was killed, I thought it was the same group of teenagers, and I was scared,” the student went on, adding he plans to take the campus shuttle from now on.
Do you know what this really means? That if Tessa Majors survived the mugging instead of bleeding to death on the stairs and being that the accused are all minors, the NYPD would have done nothing to help her.
It means that the NYPD is culpable for the death of Tessa Majors.
As well as New York City and State for these misinformed and poorly written bail reform laws and quite possibly the unethical machinations that led to ratifying the eventual closing of Rikers Island. But mostly the culpability of Majors death and any recent past and current victim of violent crime is on de Blasio and the departed commissioners William Bratton and James O’Neill for continuing the blue wall of insouciance.
In Midtown, concrete from a building facade broke off and landed on a woman walking on the sidewalk, instantly killing her. The woman was a professional architect. The building was cited for maintenance violations of the facade back in April and the management never bothered to fix it.
Also in Midtown at the 34th St. Station, a man drunk off his ass fell off the platform onto to tracks just as the E train arrived and rolled over him. The man survived.
Again in Midtown at the 49th St. Station, a brawl between two homeless men led to one of them getting his fingertip bitten off.
And again in Midtown, ice falling off a tower led to streets being closed off for hours.
And again in Midtown, a man punched and kicked a 65-year-old man on the street and then called him a bigoted slur.
And again in Midtown, a homeless man took advantage of Jeff Bezo’s supermarket generous offer of free samples from his hot bar by taking hefty morsels from the trays and filling it in his cup and licking his fingers before reaching for grub again as employees gawked and guffawed watching him.
In East Harlem, a man who is an unlicensed driver hit and killed a 3-year-old boy and injured his mother after she was crossing the street while pushing him in a stroller.
Also in East Harlem, a man was shot twice in the face while standing on the street.
Again in East Harlem, a 70-year-old man was dead for a week inside an apartment he shared with his 30-year-old son, who was taken from the premises for medical examination because he was malnourished.
In Harlem, a man went on a 20 minute perverted fondling spree as he stalked three women while loitering at the 145th Station. First he grabbed a woman’s ass after following her for two blocks, then he grabbed a woman in her coochie walking back to the station and then grabbed a woman while she was walking on the steps to the station and grabbed her ass and threw her down.
He’s also been cited for four more molestations at the St Nicholas Ave Station and on a street corner in three of them where he threw one victim against the fence and ripped her tights off.
Also in Harlem, a man got shot four times getting hit in his leg and stomach following a street hassle with four other men on a street corner.
Again in Harlem, two construction workers were dangling on a broken lift that fell while working on a building development.
And again in Harlem, three people got injured when two cars they were in collided into each other, sending an SUV careening to the sidewalk and crashing into a pharmacy and a city housing department car crashing into a building scaffold.
And again in Harlem at the 125th St. Station, a man randomly shoved a man onto the train tracks. The victim was rescued by other commuters who pulled him out. The pusher man made a scene and yelled at the prosecutor during his arraignment at the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse when all his nearly 60 prior arrests were pointed out to him, including the nine times from 2019 alone.
And again in Harlem, a homeless man lying down on the street got killed when a car ran over him.
And again in Harlem, a man was found dead inside his apartment.
And again in Harlem, a man was found dead on the fire escape of an apartment building.
And again in Harlem, a man got shot to death inside a hotel after having an argument with his eventual killer.
And again in Harlem at the 125th Station, a man jumped on the tracks and was digging for treasure/refuse around the third rail. When the man found his trash booty, two men got into a brawl on the platform and the victor threw his rival onto the trackbed.
In Times Square, at the 42nd St. Station, a man got into an argument with another man who was with his wife and then brawled with him and stabbed him in the neck on the A train.
Also in Times Square, a man got stabbed in the leg following a street fight and staggered into a hotel claiming he was shot.
In the Upper West Side at the 103rd St. Station, a shopping cart left abandoned on the platform was lit on fire and exploded. Some psycho left a bunch of aerosol cans inside of it. Was this the work of some mental case or raw terrorist test plan?
Also in the Upper West Side, a gang of four men committed ten burglaries in seven residence and three restaurants where they robbed over $5,200 in cash. They broke into apartments and businesses by entering through a back door and on the rooftops.
Again in the Upper West Side, a homeless woman clobbered a 70-year-old woman on the head with a block of wood. This perpetrator has been dwelling in that area for months.
In the Upper East Side, a man hassled a man sitting in his car and yelled at him, then he took out a knife and chased him around his car. Then he walked down the avenue and sucker punched a woman in the face while she was looking at her cellphone. He then walked east cross town and intentionally bumped into a man and woman on the sidewalk and raise his knife and threatened them.
Also in the Upper East Side at the 86th St. Station on Lexington, a man shoved a woman on the floor of the 4 train and robbed her cellphone.
Again in the Upper East Side, a man got killed riding his bike as he was about to exit the transverse in Central Park when he slipped on ice and a school bus ran over him.
Again in the Upper East Side, a man called another man a jew bastard and then continued slurring him as he beat him down on the sidewalk.
In Columbus Circle, massive chunks and blades of ice fell from the two new Billionaire Row towers to streets. Surprisingly, only one person got injured. The towers are still being developed.
In Hell’s Kitchen, two men robbed 22 app-food delivery workers of their e-motored cycles by cornering them as they are dropping off orders and spraying pepper spray in their faces in a three month mugging spree. All while riding around on e-motored cycles themselves.
Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man was gruesomely killed as he was crossing the street when a private garbage recycling truck driver hit him while failing to yield turning into the intersection.
In Penn Station, a man got stabbed during a fight with another man during rush hour by the Amtrak station entrance.
In Chelsea, a man shoplifting three cases of beer from a chain pharmacy (pharmacy that sells beer, hysterical) pulled out a dirty syringe and threatened the store manager that tried to stop him, enabling the crook to flee with the cervezas.
Also in Chelsea, a homeless woman and her trusty dog were forcibly removed from a spot under a building scaffolding where she was taking shelter from the elements on the orders of New York City Council Speaker and Mayoral Candidate Corey Johnson, a man who was once homeless himself.
The woman was given an ultimatum to go into a shelter or have her belongings taken and destroyed and given a summons. Weeks before this bumrush ordered by Cojo, the woman was sexually harassed by a man who kept persisting and her dog mauled the deviant.
Again in Chelsea, a cop got injured when his patrol car lost control and crashed into three other vehicles the flipped over while responding to an emergency. Probably responding to a homeless person keeping warm napping under a scaffolding.
In Chinatown, a man taking a cigarette break slipped off the roof a building and fell six stories to his death.
Also in Chinatown, a man robbed a little dog that was sitting in a car as his owner was ordering food in a restaurant.
In Soho, a man tried to flee from police in pursuit of him and got caught after trying to maneuver in backed up traffic by the Holland Tunnel exit.
Also in Soho, a bunch of young adults dressed like Kringle hopped the turnstiles at the Houston-Lafayette St. Station.
Again in Soho at the Houston/Lafayette Station, a man went berzerk and yelled at a 78-year-old woman and her 80-year-old husband for accidentally bumping into him while boarding the F train. He then accused them of racism and kept jabbing at them with his umbrella, stabbing the elderly man in his ear.
And again in Soho, a woman got killed while crossing the street when a driver backed his box truck into her on the crosswalk.
And again in Soho, a woman partying on an apartment building rooftop with her friends attempted to hop to another rooftop by walking on cover connecting them and fell ten feet when it collapsed under her, causing her to be trapped between the gap of the buildings as her friends forgot about her.
In the Lower East Side, a man and a woman sneaked into an apartment building and stole a bike that was locked to a pole with a cable that was weaker than a shoelace.
Also in the Lower East Side, two men got caught shoplifting bags of M&M’s and one of them pulled a knife on a worker who tried to stop them.
And again in the Lower East Side, an argument between two men in front of the LaGuardia Houses escalated when one of them stabbed the other in the chest.
And again in the Lower East Side, a man bashed another man over his head with a bottle to win an argument in a bar.
In the East Village, a domestic dispute between a man and a woman in her apartment gruesomely escalated when the man threw two dogs out the window. The dogs froze to death in a yard.
In Greenwich Village, a man reported missing for 3 days was found dead behind an apartment building he fell off the top from.
In the West Village, two men knocked off an app-food delivery man off his e-motored cycle and rode away on it. The men then snatched another e-motored cycle that was left unlocked. Both motorcycles were collectively worth $3,600
In Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton St. Station, a man thrust his pelvis on the backside of a woman on the 5 train and continued molesting her, then stalked her on the train when she tried to avoid him. The deviant was just released from prison a month ago after serving time for prior sexual abuse incidents and this marked the 55th time he got arrested for his lascivious acts.
Also in Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton St. Station, a 2 year-old-boy got killed when he slipped off the platform and fell under the arriving 2 train.
Again in Downtown Manhattan, a reporter for a corporate news network got caught with a crackpipe in his pocket at a courthouse.
And again in Downtown Manhattan at the Brooklyn Bridge Station, a man mugged two women in four days. The first one when she was going up the stairs as he snatched her purse and robbed her debit card, then the second one where he grabbed her purse as she was entering the revolving door turnstile and held her up at knifepont while he was inside with her and made off with 25 bucks.
And again in Downtown Manhattan, a woman wanting to sit down on the 4 train got yelled at by a woman who was hogging space. The rejected woman then sat across from her and had a conversation with her friend in Hebrew which set the paranoid seat glomming woman off and started yelling bigoted slurs and threats at her. When the woman who was subjected to her abuse filmed her tirades on her phone, the crazy bigot grabbed her face and cut her cheek with her nails.
And again in Downtown Manhattan, a prisoner attacked a C.O. and beat him down breaking his nose and damaging his eye socket.
And again in Downtown Manhattan, a bunch of prisoners filmed a rap video inside the Tombs despite rules banning cellphones during processing and in the cells. When the first day of Christmas came, C.O.’s did a surprise contraband search and found thick baggies of weed, loose cigarettes, vapes, cellphone chargers, cellphones, and for some reason barbeque sauce.
It kind of makes you wonder if these low rung criminals are able to stash this stuff in cubby hole spots in the Tombs, imagine what some rogue federal official would be able to leave behind for a mercenary killer to pick up and use on an international person of interest in a understaffed prison with exhausted and jaded C.O.’s like the Manhattan Correctional Complex a block away on Centre St.
In Herald Square, a 165-year-old boy shot a security guard with an air gun at Macy’s while he was about to get searched for shoplifting over $700 worth of merchandise.
Also in Herald Square, service on 2 lines were delayed because a pencil got jammed in a door on the W (TF) train.
In Kips Bay, a man who looks like Arnold Horschack broke into a Yeshiva college and set off three fires as students were sleeping in their dorms. The man was released by a judge and then got busted in Staten Island vandalizing property knocking down fences at residents homes, this time looking like current Howard Stern.
In Washington Heights, a man walked into a mosque with a hand truck and robbed a safe containing $1,500.
In Inwood, a fire in an apartment building spread from the second to the sixth floor, killing a boy.
Also in Inwood, three men busted into an apartment a woman was renting as a hotel room and held her at gunpoint then robbed her designer wallet and credit cards.
In Richmond Hill, a man loitering by the steps of the 111 St. Station yelling at various people passing by focused his attention on a 14-year-old girl and menaced and threatened her, compelling her to run. Then he followed and chased after her, causing her to run onto the street and getting hit by a car, leaving her legs with serious injuries. The girl’s father, a fireman at a nearby station house was sent to respond to this incident on a 911 call, showed up immediately and carried her to safety. The man above has been previously diagnosed as a schizophrenic and has over a dozen prior arrests. The girl’s father has called out incoming Queens D.A. Melinda Katz to administer justice to make sure his daughter’s attacker doesn’t get back on the streets and accused the prosecutor of being negligent.
Also in Richmond Hill, a man arguing with a man who made a pass at his girlfriend at a bar escalated as they took their beef outside. During the brawl, the man then punched the man and caused him to land on his head on the pavement, the impact from the hit killed him a few weeks later.
In Jamaica, a couple that just left a grocery store got confronted by two men who held them up at gunpoint and went into their pockets and stole two cellphones and a wallet. A week later they confronted then threatened a man on the sidewalk and robbed his watch and jewelry.
Also in Jamaica, a man got killed by a car in a used car lot when it backed up over him from being turned on remotely.
In South Jamaica, a mailman found three men sitting in his postal truck and then the trio ganged up on him and pushed him to the ground and stole his cellphone. Wonder if they know they committed a federal crime by attacking him.
Also in South Jamaica, a man was found dead lying in front of a building.
In Ozone Park, hundreds of slot machines have gotten their windows smashed by frustrated gamblers at Resorts World and one evening the management decided to make a scapegoat out of one customer. The tacky casino’s stingy machines have led to 500 people getting arrested for criminal mischief since the glamorous dump opened in 2011.
Also in Ozone Park, a man jumped over a fence and broke into a parked truck in a backyard and stole $260.
Again in Ozone Park, a man got killed crossing the street by a hit and run driver.
In Astoria, a man walked into a deli, shoved his hand in his jacket to feign a gun and robbed $750.
Also in Astoria, a woman was found dead inside an apartment at the Ravenswood Houses.
Again in Astoria, a man broke into an elderly man’s home and stole $9,000 from his bedroom.
And again in Astoria, two men got shot in a hail of bullets on the street, as the both got hit in their leg and arm.
In Long Island City, a man in a stolen car got it stuck on the Pulaski Bridge when he drove it on the pedestrian path and got jammed in the middle. The city’s reaction to prevent another moronic breach like that was to put a yellow plastic stick in the middle of the path’s entrance.
Also in Long Island City, a man was pulled over by a trooper at the Midtown Tunnel entrance for driving in a truck only lane and then the driver hit the gas and gunned for the tunnel in the left lane as the cop got in his car and raced after him The man sideswiped and wrecked five other vehicles during the high speed pursuit and injured 3 people including his girlfriend who riding shotgun. After initially refusing to comply he surrendered after the cop drew his weapon. Turns out the perp wasn’t licensed and the car was stolen and was rented on a social media photo sharing app.
In Ridgewood, a 66-year-old man got killed when he got hit by car while crossing the street.
Also in Ridgewood, a gang of four men were running after a car heading down the street and one of them shot at it.
Again in Ridgewood, a man was approached by a gang of five men as one of them held him up at gunpoint and robbed his cellphone.
And again in Ridgewood, an 82-year-old man was pushed to the sidewalk by two men who then rifled through his pockets and robbed $20 off him.
And again in Ridgewood, a man was struck and killed by one of Jeff Bezos’s delivery vans when it’s driver plowed into him while he was crossing the street.
In Flushing, a woman was run over by a car after she stepped out of her own car that she just parked. The man who drove into her then beat her down to the pavement and stole her handbag and cellphone. The man’s passenger was busted using one of her credit cards at a store.
Also in Flushing, a city bus and a fancy car crashed into each other while both drivers were turning at the same time, causing six people to be injured.
Again in Flushing, a man got hit by a car while walking on the sidewalk as the driver was turning into a garage ramp. The man died a week later.
In Elmhurst, a man walking home got ambushed by a man as he was about to enter his apartment building. The mugger then slashed the resident in the face multiple times then robbed $900 and his cellphone.
Also in Elmhurst, a 15-year-old boy lured a woman into the Queens Center mall parking garage and raped her there. The judge presiding at his bail hearing set him loose and told him to return to family court the next day but the boy celebrated his birthday that day by blowing it off and took a selfie while holding a gun and put it on a social media platform.
Again in Elmhurst at the Grand Ave/Newton Station, a drunk ass man bumped into a pillar and almost fell on the tracks but was rescued by an MTA worker, then the vagrant showed his appreciation to him by pushing him on the tracks.
In East Elmhurst, a man got confronted then attacked by four men as he was exiting a livery cab with shopping bags. The men then ganged up on him and ripped a chain off him, then one of them flashed a gun and the man ran away and left his bags behind.
In Jackson Heights, a man randomly punched a 67-year-old man in the face and ran down the sidewalk.
Also in Jackson Heights, a man attempted to rape a woman who worked at health center when he demanded to bang her and then threw her on a couch and laid on top of her. The deviant attempted to rape two women at a massage parlor a month earlier in Astoria.
Again in Jackson Heights, a man that was with a group of showtime dancers bothered a commuter to move so they could perform on the E train and he said no. When the train arrived at the 74th St. Station, the man attacked the commuter while he was walking away and punched his face twice on the platform then got back on the train in time to escape.
And again in Jackson Heights at the 74th St./Roosevelt Ave. Station, a man punched a blind man and broke his nose after he barely touched him with his walking stick while getting off the 7 train.
In Sunnyside at the 52nd St. Station, a big slab of concrete fell off the ceiling above the stairwell and almost creamed a commuter walking on the steps.
Also in Sunnyside at the 40th St. Station, a man grabbed a woman’s ass as she was walking down the stairs.
In Woodside, a man got killed as he was crossing the street by a hit-and-run drunk driver who blew past a red light. The reckless and unlicensed killer driver then blew another red light and crashed into a taxi trying to get away, causing it to crash into two other cars.
Also in Woodside, a man stabbed another man in the leg he was fighting with on the LIRR train. A couple of obnoxious jerks in silly outfits going on a dumbass yuletide bar crawl piled on the stabber and subdued him. Looks like Santa’s going to give them fifths of bourbon and vodka in their stockings.
Again in Woodside, two men jumped a man from behind who was walking on the sidewalk and punched him in the stomach and robbed $70 off him. 90 minutes later and a block away they jumped another man from behind and threw him on the sidewalk and robbed his cellphone and wallet. Three days later they attacked another man walking on the sidewalk from behind by placing an umbrella on his neck and robbed his cellphone and wallet while choking him.
In Fresh Meadows, a man broke into seven homes and a garage in a two month span, making off with tools, jewelry, cash and merchandise and damaging property in attempts where he find anything to loot.
In Middle Village, a man stalked a woman into her apartment building, then sexually molested her in the elevator and threatened her to disrobe by claiming he had a gun and a knife. The woman refused and he ran away.
Also in Middle Village, a woman snatched a credit card from a wallet that was placed on a shopping cart and she used it at a nearby video game store.
In St. Albans, a man jumped a 66-year-old woman from behind and threw her to the pavement and robbed her purse. He then tried to rob another woman in broad daylight on the same day by trying to grab her purse but ran away when the woman resisted.
In Far Rockaway at the Mott Ave. Station, a man ran up behind a woman walking on the platform and whacked her in the head with his umbrella.
Also in Far Rockaway, a fire engulfed an empty house.
In Rockaway Beach, a man standing in front of a supermarket was shot to death on the sidewalk by a man who escaped in an SUV.
Also in Rockaway Beach, a water main broke in the middle of the night, breaking the asphalt and swallowing a parked car while flooding the street.
In Forest Hills, a fingerprint scan time keeping clock was destroyed at a LIRR station.
In Bayside, two men got into an app-hail livery driver’s car and held him up at knifepoint and ran off with his cellphone and $850.
In College Point, a man loitering by a shopping center parking lot in his car whipped his chode out to a 17-year-old girl who walked by him.
In Kew Gardens,at the Jamaica/Van Wyck Station, a woman walking on the tracks got killed when she got hit by the arriving E train
On Rikers Island, an inmate attempted suicide in his cell as C.O.’s watched on a live video feed.
Also On Rikers Island, an inmate was ganged up and beat down by six other prisoners.
In East New York at the Broadway Junction Station, a woman got killed and another woman broke her arm when they were stumbling drunk as they exited the train while staggering holding each other on the platform, then one of them slipped and dragged her friend onto the tracks as she held onto her as the train was departing, running over both them.
Also in East New York, a man punched a 71-year-old man in the face when he stepped into his apartment building that stemmed from an argument the two had earlier.
In East Flatbush, a two car collision at street intersection caused by an off-duty cop driving drunk and a man that ran a stop sign killed a woman that was in the front seat with him and seriously injured another woman in the back seat. The man then fled the scene of the accident by abandoning his vehicle with the women still inside. The cop didn’t get charged with the woman’s death despite his DWI charge.
Also in East Flatbush, an 81-year-old woman got hit by a car while crossing the street while the driver was backing up.
In Flatbush, three men are involved in a two month crime spree attacking and robbing six food-app delivery workers as they wait for them to enter buildings and ambush them as they drop off their orders, making off with their cellphones, cash as well as the food.
Also in Flatbush at the Newkirk Plaza Station, a man laying on the tracks got killed when the Q train arrived and ran over him. While tragic and sad, this act of selfishness caused service delays and pissed off a lot a commuters as the MTA was vague describing the reason for them.
Again in Flatbush, a 9-year-old boy got hit and dragged under the road by a car when he ran into the street as the driver was making a turn.
In Bed-Stuy, a couple of men dressed as police officers as part of religious based community patrol roughed up a teenage boy by throwing him against a fence because they claimed he was disrespecting a Muslim woman. Then a group of men from the Bloods gang showed up at their mosque, one of them being the boy’s father and one of them that came strapped, and demanded accountability and made ominous threats even while some NYPD cops where sent there to calm the situation. Four days later, two of the Bloods beat down a random Muslim man in front of their mosque. The victim did not even work for or with the patrol.
This chain of violence uncannily resembles what led to the Crown Heights riots between the Black and Hasidic communities 30 years ago. From the boy victim that originated it to the innocent victim that got caught in the middle. The difference is that nobody died and the groups involved are religious extremists and gangbangers. And this story got ignored because it was covered by a Christian news website and an right-wing blogger.
Also in Bed-Stuy, a fireman and a garbageman got into a street hassle and then brawled with each other over a parking spot. One of them got charged with weapons possession, but the NYPD did not disclose to news scribes what kind of weapon it was.
Again in Bed-Stuy, two men moving out an apartment building were approached by five men who grabbed one of them and forced him inside a van. When the man’s friend tried to stop them, one of the men shot at him and missed and then they drove off. The men bounded their abductee with duct tape and zip ties and put him inside a car that they met up with. The driver and his passengers dumped the man in East Flatbush and stole his cellphone.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a man was stabbed to death inside an apartment building lobby as two men ran from the murder scene.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a man was shot at when he was entering a car as he got hit the leg while the livery driver got hit in the back.
In Brownsville, a man got caught by cops beating the fare by going through the emergency gate and also got caught with a loaded gun when they searched him.
Also in Brownsville, a woman got shot to death in her apartment and her boyfriend jumped out of the window from the second floor and broke his leg trying to get away. A suspected gunman is still on the loose.
In Bushwick, a man took a brick and threw it through a basement window and invaded a woman’s studio apartment. The fiend then threw her on the bed and raped her, then he stole her cellphone, cash and credit cards.
Also in Bushwick, a man departed his car after parking it and was approached by a man and a woman coming fast down the block and they both jumped him and beat him down to the ground, then robbed his cellphone and wallet.
Again in Bushwick, an off duty cop strangled his girlfriend at a thrift store during a fight over money.
And again in Bushwick, a man was attacked by two women who threw him to the ground after he tried to film them shouting anti-Semetic slurs and threats at him.
In Williamsburg at the Lorimer St. Station, a man was shot at three times in the back on the platform by a gunman as the M train was arriving.
In Sunset Park, a 75-year-old woman got killed crossing the street by a driver who ran her over while making a turn.
Also in Sunset Park, an 85-year-old man got killed crossing the street when a box truck driver hit him.
In Crown Heights, a man sneaked into a police station locker room and stole an NYPD t-shirt, jacket and boots and tried to come off like a new detective who just got promoted by higher brass at 1 Police Plaza but got figured out eventually and was arrested for impresonating an officer and was found in possession of crack and a pipe. The man was just sprung by a judge a few days earlier on a misdemeanor assualt charge.
Also in Crown Heights, a man was sucker punched by a man who walked by him with a group of people.
Again in Crown Heights, a woman approached three women in front of a Lubavitch center, called them bigoted slurs and assaulted all of them and ran away. She was released on her own recognizance under mental health supervision and yelled goodbye when approached by reporters. Days later she assaulted another woman randomly in Prospect Heights and was released again without bail. The cops finally came back and arrested her for the third time when she missed an appointed court date.
And again in Crown Heights, a man entered that same Lubavitch center and yelled at the congregants that he was going to kill them all.
And again in Crown Heights, a man walking on the sidewalk was hit with a chair from behind thrown by a boy who was with six other kids. When the man confronted them they chased him and punched him in the face. The man didn’t file a police report because of his awareness of the state’s new bail reform laws that doesn’t set bail for misdemeanors like random assaults based on bigotry.
The little fuckers then approached and punched another man a few blocks away and pushed him to the ground and beat him up as one dickhead filmed the assault on his phone.
In Gravesend, a woman approached a woman with her 3-year-old son and called her “fucking Jew”, then physically assaulted both and ran away.
In Midwood, two men yelled a bigoted slur and pulled a knife on a 17-year-old boy on the street.
Also in Midwood, two men wrestled and beat each other up on the street in the middle of traffic.
In Downtown Brooklyn, a man kicked in and broke a glass door of a restaurant.
Also in Downtown Brooklyn at the Nevins St. Station, a man reached into another man’s pockets while he was sleeping on the 4 train and then stabbed him in the back when his victim fought back.
Again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Atlantic Avenue and Borough Hall Stations, four men held up a newsstand operator at knifepoint, dragged him out from behind the counter and beat him down and robbed cash from him. 6 days later, they held up and beat down another newsstand worker and robbed cash and candy from his business.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man being a nuisance as he was bothering passerby and drinking booze in public, was approached by two cops who told him to move along. The vagrant then sucker punched the cop and wrestled him to the ground and would not release him, as his partner tried to remove him by pleading with him as she hit him with her baton that had no effect on him.
The vagrant was eventually arrested and brought to court then immediately released without bail. So he predictably went back to the location where the incident took place. He was so enamored with his good fortune, he gave a big cuddly smile sporting a little bottle of vodka too . Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was.
In Coney Island, a man was shot in the stomach in the hallway following an argument with another man inside the Callway Houses apartment building. He later died from his wound.
Also in Coney Island, four men and a woman shoplifted $40 worth of candy from a chain pharmacy and the woman sprayed a chemical liquid at workers who tried to stop them.
In Borough Park, two men sneaked up behind a woman and forced her to sit on the sidewalk. Then one of them took her cellphone as she was trying to call for help and smashed it on the concrete and then robbed $300 off her.
Also in Borough Park, a man broke into a house while brandishing a big knife. And then walked out when he heard the resident slam a door.
Again in Borough Park, a man got obstructed by a man that walk towards him who then slugged him in the head.
In Canarsie, a tow-truck driver towed a car off a public housing parking lot with a one-year-old girl inside when her mother went to drop off her laundry.
In Cypress Hills, a man was shot in the groin on the street.
In Gowanus, a man got killed when he was hit by three vehicles as he was crossing the street.
In Fort Greene at the Classon Ave. Station, boy snatched a cellphone out of a man’s hands as he got off the G train. When the man chased him, the perps boys were waiting for him and he and his crew beat down their victim.
Also in Fort Greene, a man had his e-bike stolen even though he locked it up.
Again in Fort Greene, a woman had her groceries stolen while she was napping at a bus stop.
In Park Slope at the 7th Ave. Stationt, a man fighting with two other men on the platform escalated into one of them getting shot in the ankle.
Also in Park Slope, a man got his face bashed in during a fight with another man on the street.
In Prospect Park, a man swiped a cherry picker and spray painted some words on the arch of the Grand Army Plaza, just moments before a rally against anti-Semitism and a mass rash of attacks motivated by it was about to take place.
In Brighton Beach, a man held up a clerk at a laundromat by gunpoint and robbed $500.
In Clinton Hill, a man got slashed in the face by another man as he was walking on the sidewalk.
In Boerum Hill at the Pacific St. Station, a man attempted to snatch another man’s cellphone on the platform and then punched his face when he failed to steal it.
In Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St./Metrotech Station, a couple got into an argument with a man on the A train, and the man finished the debate by hitting the woman in the head with his cane.
Also in Downtown Brooklyn, a man robbed a jackhammer at a construction site.
In DUMBO, a man broke into a woman’s apartment and robbed it of clothes and shoes worth over 12 grand.
In Sheepshead Bay, a woman stabbed her mother in the back while she was watching TV.
In Mill Basin, a man pulled a gun and attempted to shoot a man in front of his house while looking for his wife who ran away from him back in Missouri. The gun misfired and the jilted man ran away.
In Dyker Heights, streets are filled with garbage left behind by tourists and visitors invading the neighborhood to see the now world famous house Christmas lights displays.
In Carroll Gardens, a man shoplifted $1,000 worth of cold medicine from a pharmacy. There’s going to be some meth on the streets soon.
In Bath Beach, a man bashed a woman in her face with a bottle in a hotel room then robbed her ID and broke her cellphone.
Also in Bath Beach, a man sneaked into a truck with the door left open and robbed a box containing over 5 grand in checks and cash.
A 19-year-old man got indicted for hacking into 2 cellphones using 75 aliases and looted over a million dollars in cryptocurrency from their accounts through his own phones using multiple SIM cards. Still wanna use your phones like wallets people?
In Greenpoint, a rat was found dead by a mesh surrounded chain link fence by an overpriced chain cafe that sells rancid coffee and stale pastries and sandwiches.
In Morrisania, a 61-year-old man and his boyfriend were confronted by a gang of men who demanded money. The two then ran but the elder man got caught by one of the men who grabbed him by his coat, spun him 720 degrees and threw him to the ground, then stomped on him and punched him in the head various times as another man ran up and kicked him. Then another man picked up a city garbage can and threw it on the victim. The lynching went on for 15 minutes. They then robbed the beaten man of a buck and left him lying unconscious. The man died from his numerous injuries four days later.
Only one person has been arrested from this lynching and it’s a teenage male who said he never touched the victim as the other thugs are still on the loose. Sounds like what’s going on with the Tessa Majors case.
In Grand Concourse at the 149th St. Station, a gang of six men repeatedly beat up, slashed and stabbed a 15-year-old boy while he was in the turnstiles. Though the victim survived, this attack isn’t that distinguishable from Junior Velasquez’s brutal lynching death on a Bronx street corner last year.
In Concourse Village, four men getting high and being obnoxious while loitering in an lobby at an apartment building invaded an apartment where a family was celebrating Christmas and stabbed four men inside.
In Hunts Point, two teenage males engaged in a knife fight over a girl and one wound up in the hospital from getting stabbed in the chest and the other one wound up dead after getting stabbed three times in the torso.
In Castle Hill, three men surrounded a 13-year-old boy and beat him down to rob his cellphone.
In Jerome Park, a man pulled out a gun during an argument with his app-hail driver and threatened to shoot him and then he jetted into the street.
In Crotona, a 74-year-old man sitting his car was confronted by a man and a woman who yelled at him about parking there, then the man punched his face and the woman did the same and stole his cellphone.
In Melrose, three men knocked on the door of a family’s apartment and attempted to barge in. Then one of the men took out a gun and the father shut the door on him and his wife took a power drill get him out. The man then shot all his bullets and killed a little dog that was there to mate with the family’s dog to make puppies. The residents were held up and robbed of over $10,000 in their apartment two months before this killing.
In Norwood, a woman followed a pregnant woman who argued with her into an apartment building elevator and punched her multiple times and robbed her purse containing $400.
Also in Norwood, a shootout occurred inside an abandoned house during a party with nearly 30 people attending. Squatters occupying the place were then evicted from the property.
In Baychester, a woman left her 2-year-old alone in her car in a mall parking lot as she went shopping.
Also in Baychester, a disabled 69-year-old man burned to death in his bedroom during a fire at his house.
In Kingsbridge Heights, a janitor goaded two teenage girls to make out in front of him at a high school.
In University Heights, a man was stabbed multiple times in the chest by a college.
In Soundview at the Morrison Ave. Station, a man in red is talking to a teenage girl on the 6 train and then he suddenly picks her up and gets off and sits on a bench with her in his arms. The girl breaks free and wakes up the man next to her and her brief captor walked away as the man she was with threatened to shoot him “if she was his daughter”.
The next day, the man in red wore black but was immediately recognized on the street from the viral video and was treated to heaping load of ultraviolence by a group of men who shoved him to the ground and kicked him repeatedly as he pleaded that he didn’t harm her. Cops detained and then released him on his own recognizance. I think this guy is just eccentric and attention should also be paid to the guy with the girl on the train who left his gun at home.
In Orchard Beach, a man lost control of his car and crashed into a tree after another driver cut him off on the highway.
In Throggs Neck, the Hells Angels bought a house for their new headquarters and are driving their neighbors crazy with constant noise from their revving motorcycles.
A fugitive pimp wanted for sex trafficking three teenage girls and extorting a 17-year-old girl was caught and arrested after hiding out at a buddy’s apartment and tried to flee from the cops by jumping out his window. The pimp went on the down low in an attempt to kill time until the bail reform laws become official on New Year’s Day so he can get off for a few days as a civilian before indictment.
In Co-Op City, a 17 story wind turbine generating power for three billboards standing below it dismantled when the fucking wind blew and fell off the ugly black post and crashed onto the street and demolished a car. One of the billboards also came down and landed on the gas station it stood over. The piece of shit green energy generator was only installed a few weeks earlier against the community’s objections and in the middle of the night as they slept.
Residents expressed utter delight at seeing it destroyed.
In Stapleton, a man was shot to death on the street and found with a gun beside him. The victim was recently off parole from after a career in the drug game for serving time for robberies.
Also in Stapleton, a man got hit by a car when the driver jumped the curb and drove onto a house’s lawn.
In West Brighton, a 16-year-old boy was chased by a gang of men and got shot to death in front of his house.
In Meiers Corners, a man injured two police officers while he was fighting them while resisting arrest stemming from a brawl on the street with other men.
In New Springville, a woman lifted a wallet from a from a 71-year-old woman and used her credit card the next day at a department store.
In West Brighton, a man banged on a woman’s apartment door and shot a man she was with in the face when she opened it at the Berry Houses.
In Port Richmond, a FDNY lieutenant ripped off a catholic school fundraiser by sticking his hands in a bucket of money meant for it.
Also in Port Richmond, a person smashed a car into a parked vehicle and a utility pole and abandoned it there.
In Annandale, a man was arrested during a raid where cops found two loaded guns in his house.
In New Brighton, a man threatened to shoot his wife during a domestic dispute in their home.
In Clifton, a man was found possessing a loaded gun when cops came over when they saw him smoking pot with his friends.
In (didn’t know S.I. had a) Sunnyside, a piece of shit lowlife hacked into a security system made by Jeff Bezos’s company and terrorized a 14-year-old boy through the speaker.
In Elm Park, two men broke into a business office by cutting the locks but left with nothing.
In Pleasant Plains, a woman who was on a TV show and her husband were busted following a warrant on their home where cops found two loaded guns and a load of painkillers and pot.
On the Staten Island Expressway, two women driving in a black car were pulled over by troopers and caught possessing loaded guns, one in the trunk and one strapped to one the goils leg. Thelma and Louise 2019.
In neighborhoods policed by the 121st Precinct, garages and sheds are being broken into and burglarized of bikes and tools in a crime spree.
Final note on the sputtering homicide case of Tessa Majors:
A grown ass man did it.