On the last New Bad Days post, Mayor de Blasio was questioned by CBS New York’s Marcia Kramer about the undeniable subway violence crisis that has gripped the city and flat out denied it, while using his talent with words to passively aggressively insinuate that she was fomenting fear and reinforcing lies. And in the process of that response, told thousands of commuters that they were only imagining the proliferation of random attacks, street fighting, muggings and even attacks on police officers that were occurring and accounted on the news and social media postings.
The arrogant mayor mused aloud:
“We had an incredible and total disruption in 2020. Our entire lives were turned upside down, a global pandemic, a perfect storm – and we are in the process of overcoming that,”
Exactly a week later, the unthinkable, mostly to the willfully disconnected mind of The Blaz, happened in the most horrific and bloodiest weekend on mass transit in decades.
In Far Rockaway at the Mott Ave. Station, a man was found dead on the A train with stab wounds all over his neck and chest, looking like he was slaughtered while he was sleeping on the seats. Hours later in Inwood at the 207th Station, a woman was also butchered to death on the A train. Both murders tragically took place at the last stops of the A line.
Other bloody random attacks occurred prior and after the slaughters at the 181 St. Station in Washington Heights on the same A transit line. Just before noon, a disabled 67-year-old homeless man got stabbed twice by a man on the platform when his assailant announced he was going to kill him and another man got stabbed twice while he was sleeping on the stairwell. Both victims survived.
All of the victims were homeless.
The killer, dubbed the “A Train Ripper” by the NY Post (which didn’t catch on) and got arrested later in the early evening after a massive NYPD deployment when cops found him on the street covered in blood and possessing a 6-inch knife with the handle wrapped in a bandanna. The man confessed to both homicides and the 2 other random attacks
Like his victims, the culprit was also homeless and living in a shelter in Gowanus. He was also mentally disturbed and had prior arrests, recently when he was caught on the streets possessing a knife and baggies of cocaine last October. A few days before the random attacks and office, the city gave him a housing voucher and he visited his sister in Washington Heights to help him move, but went on a homicidal violent rage for in a 12 hour span on the A train instead.
Despite safety net aid from the city and many chances from his family, the culprit could not be saved. And his victims as well, for they chose to chance sleeping on the subway instead of city shelters, on the general presumption that they are safer down there.
After much outcry, confirmed and established fears from commuters and kin of the victims of subway violence, and the expected overdue reaction to only respond to an emergency when deaths occur, de Blasio finally ordered the NYPD to deploy 644 cops to the transit system even if in the deep recesses of his mind he still believes all these attacks are only anecdotes. But it’s not just him. The longest interim president (or interim president of anything) of NYC Transit “Train Nanny” Sarah Feinberg still proclaims the subway is still safe to use and like the Blaz, accused local news of hyperbole in their coverage of the chaos on the rails and platforms that are scaring commuters into riding bikes and driving cars instead, even though she believes and has demanded that the subway needs a thousand more cops to make commuting safe again.
It’s this duplicity exhibited by both the Mayor and Feinberg that will not ameliorate the random and intentional acts of violence underground and on the Els nor will it instill confidence amongst citizens to bring subway ridership back to even a quarter of pre-pandemic levels. Not to mention to continuing perpetual failure of the city’s homeless and mental health services that’s another long sorry ass story).
But at least we can pay the fare with our cellphones…
In South Jamaica, three men sneaked into a backyard and flashed their guns at five people hanging outside and tied them up with zip-ties. After pistol whipping one of the captives, the trio found 40 large in cash in the house and made the dashe.
Also in Jamaica at the Sutphin Blvd/Archer Ave. Station, a man made lascivious gestures to another man as he was walking his friends to the train, then he confronted him as he was coming back and slashed him on his hands.
In Queens Village, a man murdered his 78-year-old mother by slaying her with a machete inside her apartment. He once worked for the NYPD and suffered from mental illness. His relatives have made many calls to the city’s Thrive mental health service and never got any help.
In St. Albans, a man got shot to death in broad daylight while sitting in his Jeep on the street where he lived.
In Flushing, two men sneaked into a woman’s house while she was taking out the trash and then they attacked her when she came back in and beat her down to the floor and robbed $3,000 and two cellphones.
Also in Flushing, a house got engulfed in flames from a fire ignited by a faulty powerstrip in a backyard shed, killing a 65-year-old man and his 6-year-old son.
Again in Flushing, a man yelled xenophobic slurs at a woman inside a store and followed her outside, threw an object at her and shoved her to the pavement.
The man was arrested a few days later after former Daily Show correspondent Olivia Munn demanded his arrest on social media because the victim was the mother of a friend of hers. It might disappoint the The Newsroom star that the man was released a few days later because of the bail reform laws that treats assault and battery like spitting on the sidewalk.
And again in Flushing, a man was found dead lying face down in a puddle nearby Citifield.
In Ridgewood, a man and three women got busted by the DEA for running a heroin and fentanyl drug ring inside their apartment.
In Rosedale, two men stalked a man who was walking home and grabbed him at the front door and stuck a gun to his back. Then the gunman pistol-whipped him while his accomplice robbed $400.
In Hammels, a woman got hit in the leg from a stray bullet that went through her bedroom window from a shootout on the street.
In Far Rockaway, a woman got shot in the head on the street from a drive-by in broad daylight.
In Jackson Heights, a gang of two men and a woman jumped another woman on the sidewalk and robbed her purse after knocking her to the pavement and kicking her multiple times.
Also in Jackson Heights, a speakeasy party in a basement of a restaurant attended by 300 revelers got kiboshed in a raid by NYC sheriffs.
Again in Jackson Heights, a massive fire torch a row of small businesses causing injuries to 6 firefighters trying to put out the blaze for 4 hours.
In Astoria, a man held up a liquor store by feigning to have a gun in his pocket and scared a worker to give him $450 while a man was delivering boxes of booze.
Also in Astoria, cops pulled over two men in an expensive sports car and then the driver hit the gas pedal and sped off and crashed into two parked vehicles. Then the duo abandoned the car and ran away.
In Long Island City, a man was caught with over a million and a half bogus high grade face masks in his warehouse with the intent to sell them to health care institutions and hospitals.
Also in Long Island City, a man brought a 13-year-old girl to a hotel and took photos of her naked while plying her with pot and booze.
In Sunnyside, two men harassed a woman on the sidewalk and got offended by something and decided to spit on her and smacked her on the head with a skateboard.
In Richmond Hill, a 15-year-old boy stabbed two other teenage males in their backs during a street fight.
In Kew Gardens, a woman was found dead in Forest Park after being reported missing for a week.
In Glendale, a man got shot to death in his car in a drive-by when car stopped next to him at an intersection and the driver and killer engaged in an argument with him.
In Maspeth, a speakeasy party at a commercial building got raided by NYC sheriffs.
Also in Maspeth, a man ran into the while on fire after his car exploded.
In Forest Hills at the 71st Ave/Continental Ave Station, a row of cars was thoroughly bombed with graffiti.
Also in Forest Hills at the 67th Ave. Station, a teenage boy beat up a 12-year-old boy on the mezzanine and stole his bike, then got on the R train heading for Brooklyn.
In Ozone Park, a woman got killed by her own SUV when a car wash worker who was drunk on the job ran her over when he took it out of the wash.
In Woodhaven, a two-alarm fire torched the second floor of a rowhouse apartment building, injuring two tenants.
In Elmhurst, a man bumped and grinded a woman from behind on a city bus.
In Woodside, a chain electronics retailer’s storage warehouse’s roof partially collapsed and debris took down one of its walls.
In Corona, NYC sheriffs raided a speakeasy party being held in an illegal niteclub attended by 150 people.
In North Corona, a man met up with three men on the sidewalk, shook their hands then shot one of them to death in broad daylight.
In Hunters Point, two men got shot and hit twice on the street before the crack of dawn.
On Rikers Island, two C.O.’s colluded with 10 gangmembers in a drug ring by smuggling K-2 laced on comic books and court papers delivered to the convicts.
An 18-year-old gang member that got caught possessing a gun and landed back in prison because of a repeat offense will be acquitted of his crime when he graduates high school.
In Greenwich Village at the West 4th St. Station, two men got into an argument on the D train that escalated into a fight and one of them getting his face slashed.
Also in Greenwich Village, a man jumped out of his car and ran towards a pedestrian whacked him in the head with beam and threw coffee on him in a fit of road rage.
Again in Greenwich Village at the Christopher St. Station, a man accompanying his girlfriend to her commute home because of their fears of the rise in subway violence, got sucker-punched and stabbed by a man on the platform as he tried to defend her and himself.
And again in Greenwich Village, a man vandalized an NYU building wall with swastikas and racist trope graffiti.
And again in Greenwich Village and again at the West 4th St. Station, a panhandler slashed a man on his hand when he was unsatisfied with his donation.
In Midtown at the 51st St. Station, 2 teenagers beat up a 70-year-old man on the 6 train.
Also in Midtown, a 73-year-old woman got shoved onto the slushy ground and got repeatedly kicked by a psycho nanny while she had a kid in the stroller as she was trying to enter the bus.
Again in Midtown, two men jumped a pizza delivery man as he was about to drop off a pie and beat him down and robbed his cellphone and $300.
And again in Midtown, a man got attacked by a couple inside a 7-11 and got beaten down, thrown against the beverage refrigerators and stabbed in the back three times.
And again in Midtown at the 42nd St. Station, a man followed a 72-year-old man as he exited the 7 train and then pushed him, causing his face to fall onto the platform floor and then he ran away.
And again in Midtown, a BLM protest went awry when a group of demonstrators swarmed a NY Daily News photographer and beat him down to the ground, presuming he was an undercover cop. After the demonstrators went on the sidewalk and an automated message declaring the protest an “unlawful assmebly”, hundreds of cops still charged after them and pushed them further back as they were dispersing while the militia of cops lawfully assembled on the street. 11 people were arrested during the one-sided clash.
And again in Midtown, an 84-year-old man got killed by a hit-and-run driver while crossing the street.
And again in Midtown, a man broke into a cigar store and robbed 3 bags of cigars worth 57 large (!!!??).
And again in Midtown, at the 59th St./Lexington Ave. Station, a man got into an argument and started brawling with two UPS workers on the N train and slashed them both with a pocket knife.
And again in Midtown, a construction worker died from a 16-story fall from a hospital building under renovation.
And again in Midtown, a man ripped off two tablets from a concierge table from a restaurant. The criminal also attacked a woman with a garbage bag and hit her head in Union Square, slashed a man in the face to settle an argument in Chinatown, ripped off $300 from a restaurant cash register in Koreatown and robbed a camera and a tablet from a restaurant concierge table in Tribeca.
In Herald Square and Upper East Side, a man grabbed a woman’s ass at the 34th St Station and grabbed two women’s asses while riding the escalator at the 63rd St/Lexington Ave. Station in two consecutive days.
In Times Square, a 64-year-old woman got killed when a dumptruck ran over her while she was crossing the street.
Also in Times Square at the 42nd St. Station, a man randomly sucker punched a 71-year-old woman in the face and ran away.
In Grand Central Station, a man bashed a bike lock on a 63-year-old man’s head during an argument that got physical.
In NoMad, four men hassled a woman and a man as they were waiting for an app-hail driver and then called them racial and homophobic slurs and one of the goons punched the woman in the face.
In Madison Square Park, a gang of Black Lives Matter activists surrounded a woman doing a streaming video and two of them attacked her by throwing eggs and spraying silly string on her and also hitting her with a skateboard and shoving a soiled diaper in her face while their pals were inciting their attack by calling her a nazi and a Trump supporter.
In Hell’s Kitchen, two men got into a fight inside a deli and then they took their brawl outside and concluded with one of them getting slashed in the throat.
Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a couple plied a couple of teenage girls they picked up hitchhiking in Cincinnatti with drugs and booze inside a hotel room.
In Penn Station at the 34th St. Station, a woman repeatedly stabbed a 60-year-old man in the back following an argument on the 1 train.
In Union Square, a man randomly pushed another man onto the N/R train tracks.
In Chelsea, a boy rode up on his bmx bike to a cab driver parked on the curb and sucker punched him twice through the window and robbed his tip cup containing $155.
In the East Village, a man knocked a 60-year-old man unconscious after he punched him in the face when the elder man confronted him and cursed him out, causing him to fall and crack his skull following an argument on the street. The elder man died from his injuries weeks later.
Also in the East Village, demonstrators participating in a BTLM march and vandalized a restaurant and harassed their customers.
Again in the East Village, a man punched a 68-year-old man in the face on the sidewalk because he felt his personal space was invaded.
And again in the East Village, thieves broke into a liquor store and cleaned the place out, looting over 2,000 bottles of wine and booze worth $300,000.
In the Lower East Side, a pizza delivery man got hit by a car while riding his bike under the Williamsburg Bridge and the driver bailed.
Also in the Lower East Side, a man got into a shouting match with another man who almost hit him with his car, then the pedestrian took out a gun and shot at 5 times as the other man was driving towards the Williamsburg Bridge and a stray bullet hit a 75-year-old woman who was standing on the pedestrian/bike path median entrance.
Again in the Lower East Side, a man randomly punched a man in the face as he was on the stairwell of the East Broadway station.
In Tribeca, three men hassled two boys while feigning to be cops and then grabbed their wallets and ripped off $350. The goons then got into a beef with a street vendor, who made the mistake of following them and got ganged up and beaten down by them.
In Harlem, a woman nearly killed herself when she fell onto tracks while walking between cars on the C train as it was stopping at the 110th St. Station.
Also in Harlem, a man randomly attacked a 75-year-old man with a brick as he was walking by him.
Again in Harlem at the 125th Station, a man sucker punched a 68-year-old woman in the head and ran away.
And again in Harlem, a man got into a dispute with two other men inside a deli and then one of them shot him in the gut and back.
And again in Harlem at the 116th Station, a homeless woman aggressively panhandling commuters on the C train got in a woman’s face and then attacked her when the woman told her to keep appropriate distance as she stepped her foot and then she swung punches at her 2-year-old son. Other commuters on the train ignored the assault as it was happening.
And again in Harlem, a man stabbed another man on the 2 train during a robbery.
And again in Harlem at the 138th St. Station, a man cursing up a storm for 3 stops on the 6 train sucker punched a conductor in the face through the cab window and ran away. The victim also witnessed three fellow transit conductors get assaulted on his route a few weeks earlier.
And again in Harlem, a man got hit by a stray bullet while he was crossing the street when another man was aiming his gun at another car and missed four times.
And again in Harlem, a man killed himself inside a beauty salon when he fell to the floor after breaking in to rob it.
In East Harlem, a man shoplifted eight pints of ice cream from a chain pharmacy and tried to give the cops the slip by climbing over a fence and getting stuck on a ledge 30 feet above the ground.
Also in East Harlem, a man lured a 9-year-old girl and groped her inside an apartment building at the Taft Houses.
And again in East Harlem, a intellectually disabled man got brutally stabbed to death in an apartment building stairwell at the Lincoln Houses.
In Morningside Heights, two men looted over $5,000 worth of women’s workout gear from a chain women’s yoga clothing store.
In Washington Heights, a homeless man was found dead lying on the street by the expressway.
In Columbus Circle, a young woman aiding a man lying down on the mezzanine got punched in the face by him because he thought she was trying to hurt him. Then he fought with cops and bit one of them on the face as they were trying to detain him. The woman felt the use of force to restrain him was excessive.
In Central Park, a man approached a 13-year-old girl walking her dog and ask her if he could pet it and to give him a hand job.
Also in Central Park, a 12-year-old boy went on the frozen lake and fell through the ice after disobeying warning signs not to walk on it.
Again in Central Park, a man got beat down to the ice after he was skating on the Wollman Rink with a Trump flag. That’s bringing back the soul of the nation, although that thing shouldn’t have been allowed on the rink anyway being how ludicrously long the pole was.
In the Upper West Side, a 72-year-old woman was found dead in her apartment that went on fire.
Also in the Upper West Side, a man got shot during a shootout on a street corner as he came out of a deli where his foe was awaiting him while sitting in a car parked in front.
In the Upper East Side, two men mugged two women on the same street as they were heading east going downhill.
In Murray Hill, a man drove his e-scooter into a parking garage and found a car with the keys still inside and stole it. The thief abandoned the car in Kips Bay after he scraped a bunch of parked cars.
Also in Murray Hill, a 92-year-old man got killed by a hit-and-run driver while he was crossing the street.
In Gramercy, two men riding on the sidewalk on a scooter jumped an app-food delivery worker and they beat him up and stole his ebike.
In Downtown Manhattan, a cop got arrested for getting drunk on duty.
Also in Downtown Manhattan, a man randomly stuck an 8 inch knife into the back of a man who was walking on the sidewalk because he didn’t like the way he looked at him, then he turned himself in to a security guard working a post at The Tombs. The assailant assaulted a man on the street in Sunset Park the month before
Again in Downtown Manhattan at the South Ferry Station, cops caught a man smoking on the subway on the platform and detained him. As they were escorting him out, the man spat on and then attacked the cops on the stairs and then he fell down a flight of steps along with two cops that were holding him. The man then landed on the cop and headbutted him, then the cop flipped him over and pummeled his face as the man continued to resist arrest and attempted to reach for his gun while two other cops tried to hold him down.
And again in Downtown Manhattan, a court officer committed suicide by shooting himself inside of a men’s room at the Family Court house.
In Tribeca, NYC sheriffs raided a speakeasy party attended by 200 people at an event space.
Also in Tribeca, a man stalked a woman and tried to rape her on the street after he engaged in small talk with her on a subway train.
Somewhere in New York City, a man got into an argument with a bodega worker and they got into a brawl behind the counter.
In Sunset Park, a brawl erupted in the basement a Chinese take-out restaurant where a gambling ring was going on after three men tried to rob it. The fighting continued outside between the thieves and the patrons, leading to three robbers getting stabbed. A Samaritan who saw the brawl tried to intervene because he thought it was a bias related attack and got stabbed four times in the chest with a screwdriver and later died from his wounds.
In Crown Heights, cops responding to a domestic disturbance at a couple’s apartment escalated when the man swung a knife at one of them, leading the other cop to shoot him.
In East New York, a man was beaten to a pulp on a street corner by two men following an argument with them and died from his injuries 11 days later.
Also in East New York, two people demonstrating against the arrival of an Amazon warehouse got arrested for trespassing.
Again in East New York, a NYPD patrol cruiser responding to an emergency smashed into an app-hail livery cab driver’s car as he was trying to turn.
In Bushwick at the Kociuscko Street Station, a paranoid man confronted a commuter on the J train and accused him of stalking him and threatened to kill him. Then he tried to do that by slashing him in the face.
In Bushwick, xenophobic graffiti targeting Chinese people was found scrawled on the walls of an L train station.
In Bed-Stuy at the Kociuscko St. Station, where a paranoid man confronted a commuter on the J train and suddenly lashed out at him, accusing him of stalking him. Then he threatened to kill him and took out a knife and slashed him in the face. The train conductor managed to witness this random attack and aided the victim. But when they tried to hold him for the cops to arrive, the man broke free and ran out of the station.
Again in Bed Stuy, a man stalked a 62-year-old woman walking on the sidewalk and grabbed her and dragged her into an alley. The man’s attempt to rape her was thwarted when she fought back. The deviant got caught at the Port Authority Station trying to flee the state.
In Brownsville, two speakeasy ragers in commercial building basements got raided by the city sheriffs.
In East Flatbush, a man got into an heated argument with a bus driver and then spat on him as he was departing. Then the bus driver chased him and the skell grabbed a 2×4 and bashed him on the head.
Also in East Flatbush, an auto body shop went up in flames.
In Red Hook, a man packing two guns on him got shot to death in front of an apartment building in a gang-related ambush.
In Flatbush, a man suspected and arrested of a shooting refused to use his right to remain silent while being handled by dozens of cops trying to put him in a patrol car.
Also in Flatbush, a man got into an argument with a man on a bicycle who refused to give him money. Then the man grabbed a bat and repeatedly hammered him down to the asphalt and knocked him unconscious.
In Cypress Hills, an abandoned brownstone apartment building went up in flames.
In Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St./Metrotech Station, a man standing on the tracks got killed by the arriving F train.
Also in Downtown Brooklyn, cops pulled over a mini-bus and found 40 inside throwing a birthday bash for a gangbanger and also 8 fully-load semi-automatic guns. 11 men and 3 boys got arrested including the birthday boy, who just turned 18 and lost his minor status and got caught sitting on one of the gats.
Again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Hoyt St. Station, a man got slashed in the hand after being ganged up on by three men and a woman.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn and again at the Hoyt St. Station, three men ganged up on a man and beat him down on the platform.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Flatbush Ave. Station, a man walked up to a woman sitting on a bench on the 2 train and came on her jacket.
In Greenpoint, a crane snapped and dangled on the side of a 30-story luxury apartment building still under development.
In Brooklyn Heights, a man got held up at gunpoint on the street by two men and they forced him to withdraw a grand from an ATM and took his wallet too.
Also in Brooklyn Heights, four boys ganged up on an app-food delivery man and tried to rob his bike.
In Fort Greene at the Nevins St. Station, a man stuck a knife up at a commuter and robbed his cellphone.
Also in Fort Greene, a man smacked another man in the face and pushed a shopping cart into him after he was refused to put a mask on indoors.
Again in Fort Greene, two men stole two cigar boxes containing 1,800 bucks from a smoke shop.
And again in Fort Greene, two men stuck up a delivery man and robbed his phone and 43 bucks.
And again in Fort Greene, a man gave up his phone to two men after he had a knife jabbed to his throat while he was about to get on his bike.
And again in Fort Greene, a man had his ebike stolen when he went inside a bodega to make a delivery.
And again in Fort Greene, a man stabbed a dog after he threatened the owner not to go near his own dog , stemming from recent incidents where the two dogs growled at each other at the park.
In Gowanus at the 4th Avenue/9th St. Station, two pigeons jumped another pigeon and pushed it in front of the arriving G train in broad daylight and people didn’t try to stop it.
In Clinton Hill, two men broke into an apartment building and robbed delivery packages from the lobby.
In DUMBO, a woman had $5,000 worth of camera equipment ripped off from her car after she left her trunk open while she was away for a few minutes. Can’t think of better area to be that fucking dumb.
Also in DUMBO, a man had his bike robbed while he was making a food delivery.
In Carroll Gardens, a hit-and-run driver killed a man while he was crossing the street.
Also in Carroll Gardens, a woman got killed while crossing the street by a drunk driver in broad daylight.
In Williamsburg, a protest against the acquittal of Rochester cops for killing Daniel Prude went awry when demonstrators took out their frustrations on random citizens, setting fires and throwing garbage on the street and vandalizing restaurant windows. The NYPD deployed 300 cops against a little over 30 demonstrators and arrested a nine of them.
Also in Williamsburg, a man snatched a ceremonial prayer blanket and credit cards from a car and rode away on his bike.
Again in Williamsburg, a 6-year-old got killed when his bus driver shut the door on him and ran him over when the child momentarily stepped in front of the bus.
And again in Williamsburg at the Marcy Ave. Station, a man stabbed another man on the J train.
In Coney Island at the Stillwell Ave. Station, a man feigning to be lost asked a 17-year-old boy to help him and then as he was looking for directions for him on his phone, nother man ripped the phone out his hands and gave it to the man who ran with it. The boy caught the thief and got pushed onto the tracks during the tussle to get it back.
Also in Coney Island, a new born baby was found dead inside a dumpster that was left there by her mother after she first told police that it was missing.
Again in Coney Island, a man and a cab driver having an row over payment escalated when the man shot at him. But he missed and the stray bullet hit a woman in the hip while she crossing the street instead.
In Gravesend at the 86th St. Station, a woman grabbed a 60-year-old woman by a metrocard machine and threw her and dragged her on the ground and beat her up while trying to steal her purse as commuters ignored the mugging taking place. The culprit then went into a store and got a plastic bag and threw her sweater in the trash to avoid recognition
In Midwood, two police horses broke free from a stable and leisurely trotted on the streets.
In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man who just got off parole hid in the bushes at Prospect Park and jumped a woman and dragged her back there, stole her cellphone then tried to rape her until she bit him to get him off her.
In Bay Ridge at the 59th St. Station, a man was slashed in the head and face when he tried to break up a fight between two men on the platform.
Also in Bay Ridge at the Bay Ridge Ave. Station, two men beat up a 68-year-old man on the platform and robbed his wallet.
Again in Bay Ridge, a man’s dismembered torso washed ashore by the pedestrian/bike path at Shore Road Park.
In Mill Basin, a candy merchant beat the crap out of another man at the Kings Plaza Mall because he thought he was being handed a fake $100 bill. He ran away with the 100 bucks anyway.
In Bath Beach, a man looted thousands of dollars worth of tools from storage units in a two week span.
Also in Bath Beach, a man clobbered another man with a shovel while they were fighting over a parking space.
Again in Bath Beach, a man jumped on the back of a cop as his partner was trying to slap the cuffs on him during an arrest.
And again in Bath Beach, a man slashed his roommate during a night of drinking booze in their apartment.
In Bensonhurst, two men snatched a scratch lottery ticket dispenser from a bodega in broad daylight.
Also in Bensonhurst, two men jumped a man in front of a bar and beat him down to the pavement and stole his cellphone and wallet.
Again in Bensonhurst, two men broke into a bagel store and robbed $5,500 from the register and the ATM and disabled a security camera.
In Homecrest, an off-duty cop assaulted a man and a woman on a street corner following a traffic dispute.
In Sheepshead Bay, a man attempted to rob a Dunkin’ Donuts with a knife and got overmatched by the counterperson who whipped out a bigger knife, causing the skell to jet.
In Mott Haven, a man confronted two cops standing on a corner by their precinct and took a swing at one of them, provoking them to wrestle him down and arrest him. The kook was caught with crack on him.
Also in Mott Haven, a man got shot in the back in front of his girlfriend after his assailant asked him he belonged to a gang and the victim denied it and another man got stabbed six times in an unrelated attack.
In Pelham Bay, two men engaging in an argument with a man who was sitting in his car escalated when one of them shot him three times. The victim wound up dead after he crashed his car into a railing on an overpass to the Bruckner Expressway trying to get away.
Also in Crotona, a Spanish news network got spooked by a crazy lady on the street who knocked down their tripod and camera and ran into their news van and drove away until she left as they left the rest of their equipment behind. Then two men showed up and robbed all their cameras and equipment valued over $47,000 that they left outside. The crew was there to film a segment about the random attack of a woman at the aforementioned train station.
In West Farms, a man was shot to death following a dispute with three men on a street corner and was left to bleed on the street by his car.
In Melrose, cops caught two men tagging a wall and ran after them. While one of them got away, the other man the cops caught to took out a gun and fired 3 shots at them during the tussle, provoking the cops to fire a fusillade back at him, critically wounding him and destroying the .22 mm gun he used against them.
In Williamsbridge, three men barged into a deli by kicking down the door then they beat down the worker and robbed $600 from the register.
In Hunts Point, a man held up a gas station and robbed it of $600 by mimicking a gun with using his hand in a paper bag.
In Tremont, a woman was found dead in her bedroom inside her apartment by a social worker who was deployed to visit her. The bludgeoned victim had a crack addiction and was abused by her husband.
In Mount Eden, a K-2 drug dealer got into a brawl with a man on the street and then he went to where his foe worked at a deli and shot him to death from a point blank blast to his head. The deli’s owner ran back into the store and the drug dealer shot him in the chest too, but the owner fought back and grabbed him and beat him down on the sidewalk outside with the aid of another worker. The owner then grabbed the killer’s gun during a tussle and shot him in the head.
Also in Mount Eden, a man broken into a chain Mexican food restaurant and left with nothing but glass residue on his jacket.
In Foxhurst at the Hunts Point Ave. Station, a man randomly attacked a woman by hitting her in the head with sock of coins after he accused her of filming him with her phone on the 6 train.
Also in Foxhurst, two men wanted for a jewelry store robbery where they robbed over $100,000 worth of merchandise, held up another jewelry store at gunpoint but only made off with the clerks cellphone and $43.
In Longwood,a man loitering in an apartment building lobby jumped a man on the stairwell and held him up at gunpoint and made off with his bookbag containing $1,700 and two cellphones.
Also in Longwood, four teenagers went into a supermarket and ramsacked the shelves trying to steal items and then got into a brawl with four workers and slashed one of them and wound up stealing 50 bucks.
Again in Longwood, a man got ambushed by two men who barged into his apartment and held him up at gunpoint when he opened the door thinking it was a delivery guy. Then they robbed $4,000 from him after they tied him up.
And again in Longwood, three men ambushed a food-app delivery man and beat him to the pavement and robbed his ebike.
In Mount Hope, two men stuck up a gas station clerk by knifepoint and made off with $1,200. The diabolical duo also held up two delis in Concourse and Washington Heights, making off with $1,100 and stuck up a bodega worker and robbed the store of $6,000 in Fordham Heights a week earlier.
Also in Mount Hope, two men entered a gas station and held up a customer at gunpoint and robbed his jewelry, then shot a security guard in the foot before they split.
Again in Mount Hope, a man haplessly tried to rape two women on the street and inside an apartment building and ran when they fought back.
In Marble Hill, a man got shot in the hand during a shootout with another gunman in another car.
In Wakefield, two men approached a 61-year-old man as he was placing shopping bags on the sidewalk and attacked him in broad daylight. They pushed him to the concrete and dug through his pockets and stole his wallet as pedestrians indifferently walked passed by them.
In Van Nest, a gang of five men pulled a home invasion robbery when one of them got hoisted up the awning for him to enter through a second floor window. Then the prowler let his accomplices inside and they robbed a couple at gunpoint for $120.
In Baychester, a man crashed his car into the back of a city bus and cost his passenger his life while speeding on the streets.
In Morrisania, a NYCHA groundskeeper got caught by cops packing heat during an arrest for shit he stole in the public housing complex he works at.
Also in Morrisania, a man attacked a 73-year-old man and beat him down to the pavement following a dispute between them.
Again in Morrisania, a man threw a hot cup of joe at a city bus driver following an argument over paying the fare.
And again in Morrisania, a man stabbed another man to death after they were brawling on a playground.
In Unionport, a man robbed a purse off a 93-year-old woman after pushing her down on the pavement.
In Concourse, a cop got his hand stuck on the window when the driver rolled it up trying to flee from a traffic stop. The cop shot at the window six times to break free and the suspect escaped.
In Co-Op City, a 73-year-old woman dependent on an oxygen tank died after climbing 18 flights of stairs to her apartment on the 19th floor when her building’s elevator was out of service from a blackout caused by a fire.
In Edenwald, two men impersonating plumbers carrying tool boxes tricked two men into letting them into their house and then held them hostage at gunpoint all day and all night and tortured one of their captives and robbed them of $2,000 and a cellphone.
In Fordham Heights, a man was shot to death in the middle of the street.
In Soundview, a man followed another man onto a city bus and then jumped him and punched and slashed his neck and face with one swipe.
In Kingsbridge, DEA agents busted a meth lab/heroin drug ring was being run inside an apartment in a building not far from a school.
Also in Kingsbridge, a 73-year-old woman got killed when an SUV hit her while she was walking in the street pushing a car because the sidewalk wasn’t shoveled.
In Pelham Parkway, a man was found dead and rotting inside an apartment.
In Fordham, a man whipped out his prick and splooged on a woman’s coat while she was making purchases at a department store.
In Highbridge, three men dragged a man out of a deli and beat him on the sidewalk to steal $400 off him.
In Norwood, a man threatened to shoot people in a hospital when staffers refused to allow him to see his dead grandmother because of state pandemic guidelines. He got arrested after a gun was found in his car. Why was this still being enforced when guidelines were lifted weeks before? And what was the danger since she already died?
In Throggs Neck, a man got shot on the leg twice on the street.
In Allerton, a “pro” soccer player got pulled over by the cops and then hit the gas when they noticed bullets lying in plain sight on the passenger seat. He got caught after the pursuit with a stolen gun.
In Morris Park, a gas explosion blew out the windows and the doors of a 3 family house, causing injuries to 6 children and 3 adults and left four families homeless. Despite the house having a clean record, the Department of Buildings found illegal gas and water line hookups coming from the garage that were installed without permission from the city. The landlord showed up to observe the damage and refused to divulge his name even in front of news correspondents and cameras and even without wearing a face mask.
Why wasn’t this landlord aggressively questioned or identified by both the local news media and city government officials?
In Bullshead, a hit-and-run driver in a stolen car ran a stop sign and instantly killed a 68-year-old woman and critically injured her 70-year-old husband in their car after he rammed into them while speeding, then he abandoned the car and ran away. The suspect claimed he was chasing someone that robbed him.
In Todt Hill, a young man held up two men at gun point and stole their SUV. Then the two men got into another car and pursued the thief to New Jersey where he crashed the vehicle during the chase.
In Tompkinsville, a man got shot to death in a drive-by shooting while he was driving his car.
In Stapleton, a man got shot on the street and then he drove away while wounded fleeing from his assailant and rear-ended an SUV and died in his car.
Also in Stapleton, a man shot a woman on the street and fled in a car.
Again in Stapleton, a child got hit by a fire engine when it was heading back to the station.
On the Staten Island Ferry, a man holding a 6 ft metal rod got into an argument with a news photographer and then mayoral candidate Andrew Yang calmed him down and everyone was happy. So there’s no need for The Batman to help save Gotham City anymore.