Gentrification Of A Beach:The Resurrection Of The Riis Park Bazaar And The Capture Of The Rockaway Boardwalk

Rockaway Beach, Queens, New York

Queens Eagle

 A decision to award a 15-year Rockaway Beach Boardwalk concession contract to a new company could result in the eviction of a handful of beloved boardwalk businesses, say worried beachgoers and eatery owners.

The New York City Parks Department has contracted with Rockaway Beach Bazaar LLC, a company formed by the owners of Brooklyn Bazaar and nearby Riis Park Beach Bazaar, to renovate, operate and maintain three beachfront cafes, one shop and 20 additional units for the next decade and a half. The properties include the popular bars and restaurants Rippers, Low Tide and Caracas.

The LLC outbid Rockaway Beach Club, a coalition of local business owners that won the contract to operate concessions at Beach 106th, Beach 97th and Beach 86th Street in 2011. The Rockaway Times first reported on the contract.

The longtime tenants and many of their customers say they worry the new operator will evict the eateries or raise rents.

“The Rockaway Beach club has been the umbrella of love, hard work and fostered the CULTURE of the Rockaway we all know today,” the Rockaway Beach shop Zingara Vintage wrote on Instagram Friday. 

The store is located on Beach 91st Street, about two blocks from the boardwalk, and opens occasional pop-up shops outside Rippers. “It’s because of them that so many of us have had the times of our lives on the Rockaway Boardwalk,” Zingara said.

Zingara’s post also described a concern among many boardwalk businesses: even those offered leases to remain in their beachfront buildings may lose control of bar sales, a crucial moneymaker.

“This would crush their business,” Zingara said. “And what about the dozen or so other small businesses that operate in the concessions ? Where will they go?”

The businesses in place have weathered COVID-19 and helped restore the boardwalk in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, said Rockaway resident Sarina Parachini, whose husband owns Rippers, located near Beach 86th Street. 

“These are all Rockaway businesses owned by people from the Rockaways,” Parachini said. “We just got through COVID. We were on the boardwalk for Sandy, we rebuilt after Sandy in a huge way.”

So the Riis Park Beach Bazaar LLC has now rechristened themselves as the Rockaway Beach Bazaar LLC and are summarily anointed by de Blasio’s NYC Parks dept to run Rockaway Beach’s busiest part of the boardwalk for 15 years.

To quote a scene from the surreal suspense series Twin Peaks; “It’s happening again.”

As I documented here for a few years now this LLC, which has had almost as many name changes as Eric Prince’s war mercenary corporation Blackwater to adapt to the times and also to cover for their past failures from their own bottom line decisions, got tasked by NYC Parks and National Parks Service to “revitalize” Riis Park with their annual summer event of upscale foodie and leisure lifestyle culture consumerism. And as I observed and reported, while it did much to rejunivate the boardwalk with new concessions which included the restoration of the Riis Park Bathhouse, there was absolutely no improvements to infrastructure or even basic environmental maintenance like a sufficient amount of garbage cans or even intermittent collection of trash which piled up like sand dunes at the end of the night.

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And after all that prospective allure the concept of the Riis Bazaar LLC conveyed, many areas and public amenities remained in ruins during their time here.

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The only revitalization that occurred in Riis Park only happened where the Bazaar’s concessions were set up and it was never more pronounced than this year of the pandemic. While every other outdoor event was cancelled as New York was still on full lockdown, the Riis Park Beach Bazaar still went on as scheduled (even as restaurants on the Rockaway Beach boardwalk weren’t allowed to open yet). When the lockdown  was finally rescinded, the tale of two beaches continued on the Riis boardwalk, as the boardwalk by the Bazaar was filled with tables yet the popular grilling area was devoid of them except by the gondolas and all the grills were removed because of the peculiar arbitrary ban of outdoor grilling from social distancing guidelines.

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Even though the pandemic did have a devastating effect on the Riis Bazaar, Gateway NPS decided not to renew their lease, which should be a validation their failure for their attempt to revitalize the beach when it didn’t even need revitalization because people always came here (just not the people who spend frivolously enough).

Although Mayor de Blasio and some morons at the NYC Parks Dept. clearly refuse to see it that way. They have so much confidence in the former Riis Bazaar that they gave them this lengthy contract during the Christmas holiday while no one was paying attention and not many was Zooming in to see the hearing. Except the people that are worried about being supplanted, the people and businesses that make up the Rockaway Group LLC.  

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Of course the city’s and  Rockaway Bazaar LLC’s s rationale behind this sneaky deal is yet again, “revitalization”. Which is immensely laughable because  the fact that Rockaway is actually a more popular locale than it’s ever been. Even during this COVID summer, citizens still showed up en masse even with a drop off of tourists, which is probably where they are deriving their “revitalizing” theory from. What’s ironic is that these concessions and businesses that the Bazaar LLC are the same kind they were pushing for five years at Riis. Although the distinction between the Group LLC and the Bazaar LLC is that they have been plying their business and lives locally while the Bazaar LLC are straight outta Brooklyn and have been pushing that brand in their entire existence and wound up gentrifying themselves out of there and Riis, justifying the Rockaway Group LLC’s how reckless they are with finances and shouldn’t be trusted at all with the city’s largesse for 15 years.

While their treatment of employees of the Bazaar LLC is news to me (though not surprising), they do seem to have a ruthless bent. Shortly before it was announced their presence at Riis was final, their high end nook “The Dropout” posted photos of trash left behind in the grill area from a party the night before, one of them clearly from the front passenger seat of a car.

 

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After this was dispensed on social media (and while the Dropout was closed permanently that day) and even though  visitations to the grill area and gatherings were permitted (and there will still a stunning lack of disposal cans) suddenly Gateway Park enacted new rules for the entire beach at Riis and a ludicrous new closing time at 9 p.m. and the still popular grilling area to be closed at 8 p.m.

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And the NPS weren’t fucking around either. The park rangers and police were combing the boardwalk and park space right after the sun went down. Leaving Riis Park, a perennial party place, a veritable ghost town.

Apparently, the Riis Park Bazaar and notably the Dropout must have been seething with envy that genuine vibrancy was going to go on without them, so in their sudden environmental concern about pollution of the beach of which they also continued to contribute too this year, they weaponized it against the people who weren’t their patrons.

So it’s easy to see why this is such a tremendously shitty deal that had to be done with dirty conniving tactics. The Rockaway Group LLC’s are right in their demand for this to be stopped also because it sure looks like tweeding was involved and the ludicrous longevity of this 15-year contract to the Riis cum Rockaway Bazaar has the potential to make privatization of the boardwalk a reality because while Riis Park was still a shambles when they were occupying it, the Rockaway Boardwalk is already set up for them because of the stunning repair and modernization and resiliency modifications of the beach with the sand walls and the long overdue and current placement of groins that are happening right now.

Basically, the Rockaway Beach Bazaar will have to try really hard to fuck up the hook up gifted to them from our elected and appointed officials. But if their record at Riis shows, they probably will and will sadly take down local businesses with them at the worst time right now for them despite the kind words coming from their claims and future press releases. 

Making the full on gentrification of Rockaway Beach not hard to reach.

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New Bad Days 76: During The Rapid Rise In Gunfire And Citizens Getting Hit On The Streets, The NYPD Spends Their Funding Exerting Revenge Seizures Of Protesters; City’s Shuttling Of Homeless People And Drug Addicts In Hotels In Two Upscale Areas Lead To Total Chaos; A Lone Man With A Hammer Has Been Smashing Subway Train Windows For A Month; Crazy Woman Slathers Black Lives Matter Slogan With Paint By Trump Tower Again; Two Men Get Shot Dead By A Memorial For A Friend That Got Shot Dead By Prospect Park; Food Aid Gets Dumped In The Wrong Places; Mass Gatherings Of Youths At Raves Continue In Defiance Of Another COVID-19 Outbreak As Gun Violence, Car Theft, Muggings, Stabbings, Hold-Ups And Burglaries Make Upward Trajectories As Suspicions Of A Policing Slowdown Gains Traction

Chalk up 2020 as the Summer Of Guns.

Since Governor Andrew Cuomo declared the coronavirus crushed back in June 5th (or 4th or 6th), the dominant pathogen in the five boroughs this year was the bullet. Which spread like wildfire over the summer bringing this years total to over 1,000 shooting incidents, hitting over 1,200 citizens (including children) leading to 107 deaths in 12 consecutive weeks of gun violence ending in the month of August, a rise of 89 and 97% respectfully and contributing to over 300 murders which has went up by 35% compared to last year.  At the pace it’s continuing as of this writing ,the amount of shootings and victims will eclipse the total amounts of the past two years.

More people are buying bulletproof vests. Must have been when Council Speaker Corey “Cojoke” Johnson described this meteoric rise in gun violence as a health emergency.

The shootings and other serious crimes that have also risen has brought attention and suspicion among the general public and even officials that the NYPD are collectively engaging in a slowdown, because of the low amount of arrests and their late and even lack of responses to crime on the streets. Particularly with the shocking low amount of arrests for gun possession. de Blasio’s NYPD police commissioner’s cites again and again that it’s because of the cuts to the force from the last budget that was partially influenced by the hashtag abolish NYPD constituency. Although signs still legitimately point to the misguided and poorly legislated bail reform laws, recidivist offenders being released on the streets and the city and state’s mandate to release convicts because of the hazardous conditions in prisons being that are not safe from spreading coronavirus and even from Shea’s premature decision to abolish the anti-crime unit tasked to pursue illegal firearms.

But apparently, even with elevated crime levels and funds reallocated from New Yorks Finest, de Blasio’s NYPD still found a lot of expense, personnel and time to settle a few grudges with a few protesters from Black Lives Matter:

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In Kips Bay, an 18-year-old transgender woman riding a skateboard during a protest march on 2nd Ave was grabbed by five men who jumped out of a minivan. They turned out to be cops from the NYPD’s plain clothes warrant squad driving in an unmarked vehcile. They looked almost like the anti-crime unit Commissioner Shea disbanded in June.

Aiding this brazen and disturbing rendition on a public space were a squad of cops on bikes that were utilizing their cycles as weapons and shields to thwart witnesses and other protesters from viewing or stopping the arrest. Two of the bike cops ran over a person in their zeal to stop the protesters as the cops sped away with their collar in the van without even a police siren or a light indicating who they were as they cut off a truck when they ran the red light at 23rd St., which is a two way street.

What makes her arrest stunning is the way it was executed and literally choreographed like a scene from a Jason Bourne movie as if they knew she was coming or was being practically hunted by the NYPD for weeks.  The things that probably made this disturbing event possible is from facial recognition technology since she painted over street surveillance cameras that surely grabbed her face while she was vandalizing them and also placing some undercover officers or informants marching with the Abolition Park group and Black Lives Matter marchers, both of which are very likely especially the latter since a man involved with AP was pinched by an undercover for cutting cables under an NYPD van in Bay Ridge. Quite likely another cop posing as a demonstrator infiltrated this one. But they could have easily marked her down too from a Gothamist story featuring the woman at the Occupy City Hall protest 20 days earlier.

Nope, this is yet again another attempt to discourage and intimidate people from protesting against systemic injustices and endemic corruption in government and the enforcers that protect these institutions and the fortification of a police state by utilizing a local police force as central intelligence agency apparatus. If you think the optics of this woman’s arrest looks frightening, watch how the New NYPD literally vanishes a woman talking shit at a cop while drunk outside of a bar:

As for Mayor Big Slow de Blasio, his deliberately belated response to this broad daylight rendition by his police department whose officers did not even read the woman her rights was full of spineless insouciance and abject denial of the command that was implemented for this dystopian display of arbitrary oppression.

As amazing as how NY’s Finest has turned itself into a military junta during this pandemic and societal crisis, it’s equally amazing how the Blaz is able to sit upright without a spine at his daily briefings. In a pathetic show of pseudo objectiveness, he cowardly blew off the severity of the “effecuated” arrest. Which is shocking coming from a person who is always prioritizes optics for every decision he makes, especially regarding the paramilitary and invasive spying tactics of the NYPD.

Which both came to it’s absolute nadir a few weeks later…

In Hell’s Kitchen, the NYPD deployed a battalion of cops to an apartment building to execute an arrest of a man wanted for assaulting a cop by yelling through a megaphone at her ear at a Black Lives Matter counter-protest against a Blue Lives Matter rally and march in Bayside a few days earlier and in another cop’s ear two months before. 30 cops stood guard outside his building and blocked the street from traffic as two NYPD choppers flew overhead. Cops accessed his building and stood in front of and repeatedly banged on his apartment door with a K9 dogs barking trying to intimidate him as other cops arrived from their “Strategic Unit” and tried to negotiate by lying that he had lawyers ready to represent him as the man saw two cops across the street in an apartment building window directly from him.

With all the knuckleheaded determination to persuade the man to surrender with amateur psy-ops, the Black Lives Matter activist refused to open his door and filmed his entire encounter and himself jamming to music on his social media account. The cops then left after six hours without him because they didn’t have a warrant for his arrest. The amount spent for this profligate fruitless pursuit is not known, but this was ordered despite the NYC Council cutting one billion dollars from the NYPD budget. What is also not known is who made the command to hunt this activist down, since Mayor Big Slow de Faustio claimed that Shea had nothing to do with it even though he’s the fucking commissioner.

Despite the Blaz and Shea’s contemptible denials and obfuscations, they spent a huge amount of tax dollars just to settle a grudge and indict a protest organizer. Which falls in line with the billions of dollars at the city’s expense for all the corruption and bigotry driven abuse staining the badge for the last few decades; the exact reason why the citizenry is protesting against every day in the fucking first place.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a church had to put up an obstruction in front of their entrance after after a group of homeless people were using the steps to shoot heroin and excrete bowel movements and urinate on them. The superintendent also had to clean up discarded liquor bottles left behind by the derelicts who were residing in a luxury hotel next door in accordance with the city’s policy to housing the homeless in them until the pandemic subsides.

Again in Hell’s Kitchen,  a man got shot at twice in the chin and arm on the street and didn’t reveal who pulled the trigger.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a homeless man went raving mad when a restaurant wouldn’t let him use the bathroom and then took his frustrations on two women dining on a table outside and spat on one of their plates. The one time hip bar hopping areas has become a slum with streets of derelicts shooting up, imbibing booze, and fucking and sleeping on the sidewalks.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man bashed a bunch of bottles of juice and soft drinks on his head inside of a deli over and over again while lying prone on the floor. The clerk expressed grief about the growing number of aggressive vagrants frequenting his store because a hotel across the street started housing homeless people that were transferred from shelters.

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In the Upper West Side, Mayor de Blasio’s Department of Homeless Services shuttled hundreds of homeless people to shelter at three hotels on 77th St., 79th St. and 87th St. near without consulting residents of the town with help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency who contributed 3/4 of the funding to house them to prevent another outbreak of COVID-19. A bulk of the men were recently released from prisons and from a shelter full of men with drug struggles. Six of them turned out to be convicted pedophiles.

Neighborhood residents encountered on their commutes men masturbating, pissing and shitting in public and also shooting heroin, snorting blow, drinking booze and smoking K2 along with blatant drug dealing and derelicts prone on the ground from overdosing in full view on the sidewalks and on the benches on the medians on Broadway. Since the arrival of the city’s most destitute and unwanted and even though they are being housed in luxury rooms it’s led to a proliferation of more people sleeping on the streets and a rise in petty theft, aggressive solicitation and verbal harassment of random passerby including kids. Demands for the NYPD to patrol the nine blocks were these offenses were occurring did not get or even merit a response, even though Commissioner Shea lives exactly 6 blocks south from the area.

Being that drug use and selling went up, it looks like de Blasio wanted to do his own version of Hamsterdam from the fourth season of the Wire (the Blaz is a big fan of that show) by sending all the homeless people to an area where they might be accepted,  where a bulk of residents have liberal values that sympathize with poor people’s struggles and addictions. But it instead turned out that these enlightened residents don’t take too kindly to vices and recidivism when it’s on their blocks, sharing concerns with neighbors who don’t share their views and are reviled and understandably fearful of the presence of drug abuse and crime.  Just like in Hamsterdam, cops hardly responded to offenses committed by the homeless people. Like some kind of immunity because of the pandemic.

In the Wire’s Hamsterdam, the junkies were moved to a block where buildings were mostly vacant so the junkies can have a red light district to sell, cop and shoot up. But de Blasio’s UWS Hamsterdam, the homeless was shipped to a densely populated neighborhood that couldn’t handle the deluge of junkies that came flocking in and naturally didn’t expect the ramifications, because The City elected not to tell them who was coming in. Even about 900 of them. Goes to show that progressive minds can’t block or obscure even the saddest realities of the poverty and despair of people suffering from rampant drug use and fractured mental states and condensing these suffering people in a small area will only lead to disaster if not properly monitored or cared for.

Also the Upper West Side, a man was shot to death on the street from getting blasted in the chest at a playground following a fight with his killer.

Again in the Upper West Side, a man torched a police car that was parked on a block.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man killed himself when he fell five floors after slipping on a fire escape while smoking a cigarette. Homicide was not ruled out.

And again in the Upper West Sideat the 72nd St. Station, a man sneaked up behind a woman on the platform and stabbed her in the shoulder while holding a package of diapers.

And again in the Upper West Side, a 13-year-old boy had his cellphone robbed by another boy who grabbed it while passing by him riding a citibike. The victim is the son of a NYPD Deputy Commissioner in charge of the department’s counter-terrorism unit, a division that actually needs to be defunded.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man shot another man at his groin during a hold up.

And again in the Upper West Side, two men engaged in a shootout on the street and ran when the Guardian Angels tried to catch them.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man was shot in the stomach in the middle of the avenue.

And again in the  Upper West Side, a man pushed an NYPD Chaplain down on the sidewalk and took his wallet, then left it behind and ran away.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man got shot to death in front of an apartment building entrance at the Amsterdam Houses.

In the Lower East Side, a protest march in solidarity with the uprising against Trump’s federal copstapo in Portland went awry as a group of people vandalized and damaged NYPD vehicles and set trash can fires on the streets while body-armored cops kettled and trapped protesters on the street.

Also in Lower East Side, homeless people set up a homestead shanty town village underneath the highway on the FDR drive. When de Blasio’s Sanitation Dept. came by to destroy it and throw everything they organized into the garbage, they returned again the next day and rebuilt their shantytown and fortified it a portion of a chain link fence. Like I said, these people should be administrating new housing infrastructure for the HPD.

Again in the Lower East Side, a double decker booze cruise boat was met with the NYC Sheriffs Dept and busted for violating pandemic protocols for holding a party without social distancing.

And again in the Lower East Side, a former N.Y. State Assembly Speaker threatened to punch a photo-jorunalist before he was about to serve 6 and a half  years in jail for crimes he committed while in elected office.

 

In the East Village, a crew of homeless people built a loft apartment on the sidewalk underneath scaffolding where a luxury building is under development.

Mayor de Blasio, who recently proclaimed that he will not tolerate homeless encampments in his city, oh sorry your city, sent his Sanitation Dept. to raid the homestead and throw all the discarded furniture they collected into the garbage trucks. The next day, the same street denizens returned with new furniture and rebuilt their concrete floor homestead after waiting across the street until the coast was clear.

When de Blasio’s Sanitation Dept. wrecked their sidewalk village again, the crafty vagrants moved across the street to the shuttered Orpheum theater and easily reassembled their habitat. Instead of hassling and trying to disappear these people why doesn’t the Blaz contract them and build real affordable housing for the NYC Housing and Preservation Department?

Also in the East Village, a man on liquid courage tried to sit at a outdoor table in front of a trendy restaurant and got violent when a waiter told him they were closing and then he randomly attacked a man with a chair then got into a tussle with two women who were drinking there and slashed them with a metal blade. One of the women who fought him off was the daughter of famed stage and television actor Kelsey Grammar, so it’s no surprise where she got the instinct to deal with a knife handler.

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Again in the East Village, a homeless man fighting with two other homeless men jumped into the East River to get away from them.

And again in the East Village, event promoters are using a cafe as a pandemic speakeasy to throw illicitly exclusive raves and parties for wealthy vectors and despite the appearances of luxury cars rolling up in front of the establishment and a state ban on indoor parties and events, there have been absolutely no raids by the NYPD or NYC Sheriff’s dept.

And again in the East Village, two men hoisted an ATM machine to their van and ripped it out from the store it was attached to, tearing the metal rolldown gate with it.

And again in the East Village, an argument between two men on the sidewalk escalated when one of them took a knife out and chased the other man and then stabbed him in the back demanding $1500 his victim owed him.

And again in the East Village, a man loitering in an apartment building lobby followed an 86-year-old woman into an elevator and yanked her $2,000 chain off her neck after he gentlemanly let her go on first.

And again in the East Village, a homeless couple got kicked off the city bus by the driver when they wouldn’t pay the fare. Then when the driver parked the bus and took a break, the couple forced their way inside and the woman beat the hell out of him.

In the West Village, a 78-year-old man was harassed by a man at a cheap pizzeria who then finished his slice and attacked the elderly man and pushed him over and knocked him unconscious.

Again in the West Village, a man died following a street fight with his friend on the sidewalk.

And again in the West Village, a transvestite chased a man into a parking garage and slashed him in the face and stabbed him in the back.

In Harlem, a man was shot in the leg on the street and wouldn’t rat on the gunman.

Also in Harlem, a NYPD safety officer and her husband were found with 8 illegal guns and ammo inside their apartment.

Again in Harlem, a man and a woman got hit with stray bullets as they were walking on the sidewalk.

And again in Harlem, a 17-year-old boy got shot in the foot on the street.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot twice in the ass on the sidewalk.

And again in Harlem, five girls beat up and shot an 14-year-old girl with a stun gun on the street as dozens of other teenagers gawked, filmed videos and took selfies during the pummeling as a cop walked by and did nothing.

And again in Harlem (according to the NYPD’s twitter),a crowd of people threw bottles and encroached at a group of cops in the middle of the street, forcing the blue wall to retreat.

And again in Harlem, three women and a man were shot at and hit in front of tattoo parlor where a party was being held.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot to death on the street from a drive by shooting.

And again in Harlem, two men were shot at on the street, one getting hit in the arm and the other man on his leg.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot to death from a blast in the face from a drive-by shooter in front of an apartment building.

And again in Harlem, a woman got shot at and hit in both legs on a street corner.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot in the ass in the middle of the street.

And again in Harlem, an off-duty cop hit a Jaguar while driving drunk.

And again in Harlem, two men beat down a man as they kept punching him in the face where he sat on the 2 train.

And again in Harlem, a man ran up to a 66-year-old man crossing the street and bashed him on the head with a bottle from behind.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot in the leg by the St. Nicholas Houses and walked to the hospital.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot to death in a van by a drug dealer he tried to get rid off.

And again in Harlem, a man took a free ride by hanging onto the back of a bus as it was speeding on the Harlem River Drive.

In East Harlem, a man was shot in the arm outside of the Lehman Houses.

Also in East Harlem at the 116th Station, a man was stabbed on the platform at 1:15 a.m.. 15 minutes after the subway is supposed to shut down.

Again in East Harlem, a 17-year-old boy was shot in the back during an argument on the street.

And again in East Harlem, a man got shot in the back in front of an apartment building.

And again in East Harlem, a man got shot in the leg in a drive by shooting.

In Midtown between Times and Herald Squares on Broadway, junkies are shooting up and getting loaded on heroin while lounging on the urban garden furniture and passing out on the streets where overpriced eateries used to set up little take out stands for foodies to dine al fresco. One of the Blaz’s spokespeople called this “unacceptable” and then the junkies returned to the urban garden and loaded themselves with the works again. A few weeks later, junkies were discovered shooting up by an non-functioning phone booth around brunch time about a block away.

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Also in Midtown, a man plopped a can of paint on de Blasio’s Black Lives Matter mural in front of Trump Tower and spread it all over the slogan despite the mayor’s decision to deploy more cops there to guard it. The seventh time it’s happened. The city left the stain there for a week.

After the city finally cleaned it up, a woman stopped by and splattered the BLM mural again with blue paint. And then she returned dressed as the Statue of Liberty rolling a hand truck down the avenue and did a vandalism hat trick and spilling a bucket of pink paint on the mural. Capping her triumph by yelling the word freedom like Mel Gibson in Braveheart as her co-horts screamed like lunatics and waved Trump re-election signs.

It really says something about the lengths people will show for President Trump and not for the Mayor of New York City, that the Blaz is more loathsome than the guy who blew off the pandemic at its early stages and has left the economy in purgatory. Maybe the next time the idiot Hizzoner wants to manifest of his virtue signal tweets he should go through the proper permit process like his constituency have to instead of brazenly circumventing it thinking no one will notice.

Again in Midtown, a man walked into a designer handbag store and snatched a bunch of purses worth two grand and also a garment bag then flashed a box cutter at a worker and ran. This store is 2 blocks away where 9 cops are guarding the Black Lives Matter mural at Trump Tower from being vandalized.

And again in Midtown, four men jumped into an SUV after they robbed a man at gunpoint and got into a high speed chase with the cops, leading the driver to smash a car and a motorcycle during the pursuit. Then one of the passengers/accomplices threw the gun out the window as the driver drove on the sidewalk and hit a woman. Then the men abandoned the vehicle and ran on the street. The cops caught one man who jumped from a footbridge trying to evade capture by hiding under a tarp nearby.

And again in Midtown, a man stabbed his wife multiple times on a street corner.

And again in Midtown, a men savagely rained punches on a retired NYPD sergeant on the sidewalk after he clocked him in the head with a bottle and then his accomplice robbed the man’s cellphone. Then the skell turned around and kicked him while he was still down.

And again in Midtown, eight cops were deployed by the Empire State Building to handle a naked White man walking around in public.

And again in Midtown, a homeless man murdered another homeless man, stabbing him seven times over a bad drug deal by a cardboard encampment on the sidewalk.

And again in Midtown, an 18-year-old woman from Wyoming visiting NYC decided to visit the Empire State Building with a gun in her backpack and a man from Louisiana tried to do the same thing the next day. Bad enough there’s a pipeline trafficking guns to NYC that’s going unchecked and these hayseeds come here and think they can just waltz into a heavily guarded landmark tourist attraction with their pieces just because they have permits.

And again in Midtown, two groups of artists got into a brawl over space to sell their works in front of the New York Public Library that escalated when a man tried to bully two women from a corner by yanking a cellphone from one of them, leading them to shoot mace at his face. Then the brute took out a knife and wildly slashed one of the women and also a woman that accompanied him.

In Times Square, a homeless man got stabbed in the stomach while begging for money outside a bakery at the Port Authority Station.

Also in Times Square, an unattractive woman walked on the pedestrian plaza with her titties out.

Again in Times Square, a man got busted by the cops when he tried to retrieve a bag full of baggies of smack and a 22 caliber revolver inside a bag he left behind in the pedestrian plaza.

And again in Times Square, four boys got into an argument with two pedicab drivers and pounced on them and stole one of their pedicabs after they stabbed both of them.

And again in Times Square, a man affixed a knife onto a broomstick to use as a spear and punctured the tires of parked cars as he was riding on the avenue and then he randomly slashed a teenage boy and battled cops with it while resisting arrest as one of them tried to taze him.

And again in Times Square, a man was shot on a street corner after an argument with the gunman as the sun was rising as a witness declared that NYC is over. Seinfeld still doesn’t think so.

And again in Times Square, a man killed himself after he jumped into a cab through the driver’s window and the driver hit the gas and took him down the block and caused him to hit the pavement. Then the driver sped away down the avenue.

In Grand Central Station, a man chased another man in the terminal while wielding a gun and then shot him in the arm on the 4,5,6 subway platform.

In the Upper East Side, four boys went on a mugging spree and held up three people at gun point and robbed a man for his phone, and 18-year-old man’s wallet and a cellphone off a woman in Central Park before three of them got caught and arrested by the cops.

Also in the Upper East Side and in Midtown, a man threw rocks at four foreign national consulate buildings and broke the windows to unleash his frustrations on his inability to get work in America.

Again in the Upper East Side, four apartments were broken into while the residents were on vacation and all were collectively robbed of thousands of dollars in cash and merchandise. Burglaries and robberies have went up 58% in the area compared to last year.

And again in the Upper East Side, 5 drunk ass women jumped on top of a parked car and damaged it by dancing and twerking on it.

And again in the Upper East Side, a car collided into an outdoor dining area set up on the street by a restaurant.

And again in the Upper East Side, a man got into a street fight with two traffic cops who were giving him a ticket for parking in front a fire hydrant.

And again in the Upper East Side at the 63rd St./Lexington Avenue Station a man randomly attacked a woman on the platform and threw her to the floor and dry humped her in front of a group of people who did nothing but gawk and filmed the attempted rape scene. This incident enraged a professional actor so much that he confused the train line his relatives take with the incident where this happened.

And again in the Upper East Side, a man on parole after serving time for burglary got caught in a woman’s apartment trying to burglarize it following two weeks of breaking into other apartments in the vicinity and the Upper West Side, where he stole five grand in jewelry and threatened a resident and robbed him of 90 bucks.

In Fort George, a man got a concussion and a leg injury and his passenger got injured too when they flew off an app-rental motor scooter as the driver crashed into a pole. He died two weeks later.

Also in Fort George, a man got shot in the back on a street corner.

In Washington Heights, a man stabbed another man twice inside an apartment building hallway over a drug deal gone bad, then the victim walked outside while bleeding out on the sidewalk then later died at the hospital.

Also in Washington Heights, a man was shot in the leg on a street corner.

Again in Washington Heights, a woman got stabbed to death by her ex-friend after she accused her of infidelity and tried to beat her up in her apartment. The woman claimed she used a knife in self-defense.It has subsequently been revealed that she evaded an appearance court on the day she killed her old friend.

And again in Washington Heights, a man picked up a gun that was hidden underneath garbage by a tree and got into a shootout with another man on the sidewalk in broad daylight. Looks like criminals have found a way to exploit the city’s sanitation budget cuts that has left trash piling on the curbs for days.

And again in Washington Heights, a man expecting to meet someone  got murdered when two men rolled up on the sidewalk and the man riding it shot him point blank five times.

In Hamilton Heights, a man was shot in the stomach on the street and refuse to divulge who the gunman was.

In Greenwich Village at the 14th St. Station, a man randomly attacked a 68-year-old woman on the platform and mercilessly beat her down and pushed her onto the train tracks, causing her to fall on her head. Then the pyscopath jumped onto the trackbed to steal her cellphone and then ran away. It was reported that he called her a racial slur before he pounced on her. The woman wound up with a fractured spine and is afraid to go back to work.

Also in Greenwich Village, a homeless man built a homestead by the New School building with shopping cars filled with furniture and other items discarded by the rich people who abandoned and moved from New York City. The only thing the man didn’t get from the city’s upper class fugitives was a toilet, as he takes his shits out in the open on the sidewalk.

Again in Greenwich Village at the Christopher St. Station, a man fell between the cars of the 1 train and got stuck under the tracks.

In Hudson Yards at the 34th St. Station, a man with a hammer smashed every window on every car on the 7 train.

The vandal (and maybe an accomplice or two or other vandals) are responsible for damaging over 200 windows on the 7 line as well as the 2 and 3 lines, continuing a vandalism destruction spree for four months and now the MTA is all out of glass.

Yet they have 10,000 bucks to spare for a reward for citizens to catch the hammering vandal, proving that the MTA  is too broke to deploy transit cops to monitor the station. It’s baffling that Governor Cuomo didn’t get the guy who did his COVID grave poster draw up some old-timey most wanted signs.

But even if King Andrew did that (and he could because he runs the MTA) it still wouldn’t deter the recidivist vandal. Despite the bounty the hammering vandal returned to the Hudson Yards Station and pulverized another 20 windows on the 7 train again. The NYPD added another $2,500 to the reward for the recidivist, which they probably dredged from a high brass cops office chair after all the money they spent hunting two protesters in the city.

After getting the NYPD to add to the bounty, the MTA decided to implement their 90’s era broken windows crime prevention strategy to capture the serial window breaker. Duh.

In Columbus Circle, cops caught a man who broke the windows of the E and A train at the 42nd St. Station. But determined he wasn’t connected to the 7 train smashings because he used his foot to kick the windows.

Also in Columbus Circle, a man yelled threats and insults at two women sitting across from him and then yelled xenophobic slurs and accusations at a woman who was filming his tirade on her cellphone on the A train. The three involved in their petty dispute were not wearing their masks properly.

In Chelsea, a homeless man suffered burns when a encampment he was sheltering in went on fire as a man filming the sidewalk inferno on his cellphone yelled for someone to call 911 as a man was putting the fire out on the homeless man’s body. This happened about 20 yards from a police station.

Also in Chelsea, a woman got killed buy a hit-and-run driver as she was crossing the street. The driver got arrested but posted his bail and then went home and took a nap.

Again in Chelsea, a man caught shoplifting in a chain hardware/home improvement store punched two cops in their faces as they tried to arrest him.

And again in Chelsea, over a dozen homeless people developed a sidewalk shelter and junk retail market on one block on 6th Avenue.

And again in Chelsea, a woman shot a man twice inside a hotel lobby following a verbal dispute over his infidelity.

And again in Chelsea, de Blasio’s NotifyNYC social media office announced that they were putting on an elaborate fireworks display on the Hudson River around 8 p.m., but didn’t elaborate what it was for. Then residents were flabbergasted and horrified to hear explosions nearby their homes around 11 p.m because the city rescheduled the spectacle because of inclement weather and they didn’t NotifyNYC of the change. The “show” was for an irrelevant and terrible network’s award show.

And again in Chlesea, a man punched his ex-girlfriend in the face and robbed her purse.

In Penn Station at the 34th St. Station, two homeless men brawled with each other on the platform. As one of them tried to flee out of the station, a man was waiting for and killed him when he kicked him down the stairs.

Also in Penn Station at the 34th St. Station, a man was banging a woman doggy style and then released his pearls on those same stairs when he got done.

Also in Penn Station, a gang of boys hassled a man coming out off the LIRR and smacked his cap off his head and then they all beat him down after he told him he was a cop.

In Flatiron District, a man riding his bike stopped to yell xenophobic slurs and accusations of spreading COVID-19 at them and then spat on and threw his bike at them.

In Murray Hill, two men went bezerk after they were told to get out of supermarket by workers because they refused to wear face masks as they yanked a face mask of a man, hit a woman in the head with a paddle and pulled another woman’s hair and threw a bunch of shopping baskets at other workers.

In Little Italy at the Spring St. Station, a man stood over a hand sanitizer dispenser and shot about a quart of it into his shorts, getting all over his junk and ass and then rubbed the excess on his belly and moved along.

In Tribeca, a car crashed into an outdoor dining area on the street in front of a fancy restaurant, injuring a woman eating al fresco.

In Downtown Manhattan, a man riding a citibike on the sidewalk rode up to a woman and punched her in the face. The victim is a district court judge who recently indicted an actor for sexual assault.

Also in Downtown Manhattan, the Joker was jet-skiing on the East River. Soon to be seen surfing at Rockaway Beach.

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Brooklyn

Four men arraigned and convicted for felony crimes this year who made bail went back out on the streets and were involved in four shooting incidents. 

In Crown Heights, a man was shot to death in front of a church in broad daylight by a man he had an argument with on the street a week before about the killer’s ex-girlfriend who the victim was dating. The killer also got paid to whack a man in East New York 3 weeks earlier.

Also in Crown Heights, a 17-year-old boy was shot to death on the sidewalk in front of his apartment building.

Again in Crown Heights, a man was shot in the leg on the street and refused to rat on the shooter.

And again in Crown Heights, a 16-year-old boy almost got killed when a bullet from a shootout skinned his head.

And again in Crown Heights, a man was arrested for sexual assault of a teenage girl for two years and is suspected of committing other ones.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got killed by a stray bullet while an argument between two groups of men escalated on a handball court in broad daylight.

And again in Crown Heights, a man was shot to death in the middle of the street nearby his home. His aunt vehemently advised his friends not to avenge his death and let the cops handle it. Comments about this from gentry Black Lives Matter supporters that call for abolishing police departments were not available.

And again in Crown Heights, a man shot another man at both his legs and split with three other men in a car.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got shot in the leg while sleeping on a stoop.

In Cypress Hills, a 16-year-old boy was shot to death and two others were wounded  when shots were fired from a drive-by at a basketball court while they were playing. One of the wounded teens who got shot in the head died days later. During a memorial for the victims,two men walked up to a memorial gathering on the basketball court, shot a man on the shoulder and ran away.

Also in Cypress Hills, four men got shot at in front of a nite club. All of them got hit in the legs. Where’s the night mayor?

Again in Cypress Hills, a 68-year-old woman got hit in the leg from a stray bullet while waiting in a nail salon, coming from a shootout between three men outside. Making her another statistic of over a thousand people that got shot this year, an 89% rise from the over 500 people shot at around this time in 2019.

And again in Cypress Hills, a man was shot at twice on a street corner.

In East New York, a man shot three men on a street corner and jumped in an SUV waiting for him and sped off.

Also in East New York, a man got shot in the stomach and a woman got shot in the leg at a house party that had a refrigerator in the alleyway outside.

Again in East New York, a man got a head injury when a metal basket fell on him as he was walking underneath the elevated train tracks.

And again in East New York, a man sneaked up behind another man and shot him while he was having a conversation with someone.

And again in East New York, a man that got arrested for his involvement in a gang related shooting in May was sprung loose without a bail in a few days and two months later was involved in three drive by shootings in two days in middle of July.

And again in East New York, a man was shot on the avenue.

And again in East New York, a man escaped with his life when a bullet only grazed his head on the street

And again in East New York, two men got shot on a street corner.

And again in East New York, a man got grazed in the head and shot in the leg while walking on the sidewalk during a drive by shooting.

And again in East New York, a mentally ill homeless woman got killed when she ran into the middle of the street and got hit by a truck.

And again in East New York, a man collapsed and died on the street after he vacated a car that he was in that was involved in a shootout with another gunman in an SUV while both vehicles were exiting the Jackie Robinson Parkway.

In Prospect Park, a man randomly stabbed a man in the chest who was just going for a walk with his girlfriend.

Also in Prospect Park, a field was found bombarded with garbage from a massive party the night before.

Again in Prospect Park, a man was shot to death on a bench with two blows to the head after he lit a candle at a candlelight memorial for a man who got killed by gunfire the day before in East Flatbush.

In Flatbush, two men ran up to a man and a woman and shot them on the street and fled in a BMW that was waiting for them.

Also in Flatbush, a man was shot to death in the middle of the street.

Again in Flatbush, a 16-year-old boy and a 50-year-old woman got shot in the street.

And again in Flatbush, a man stepped out of an idling car and shot at three men hanging out on a street corner.

And again in Flatbush, a man was found dead on steps at a department store parking lot.

And again in Flatbush, a man was shot to death in front of his house next to an emergency kiosk that was tagged “FTP”. Capping a week when 40 people got shot on the streets of New York.

And again in Flatbush, an argument between two men escalated into one of them shooting the other in the back.

And again in Flatbush, a man was shot to death on the street by his house right after he was having a conversation with a friend who stepped away from him right before a gunman that was sitting in an idling SUV aiming at his target.

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And again in Flatbush, a man heading to a candlelit memorial for two men who got shot to death by Prospect Park got shot on the sidewalk in broad daylight during a drive by shooting . Leading the stricken man to take out his gun and fire back and a stray bullet hit a man going to the store with his girlfriend during the shootout.to fire. The targeted man died from his wounds and the other man who got caught in the crossfire is paralyzed. The victim’s girlfriends brother lamented about the sudden lack of cops patrolling the area and remarked how swift the response would have been if a cop got hit.

And again in Flatbush, a man got shot in the leg on the street.

And again in Flatbush, an SUV crashed into a livery car, injuring the driver and another man whose injuries put him into a coma. Three men jumped out of the SUV and ran away.

And again in Flatbush, a man got shot to death on the street from a drive-by.

In East Flatbush, two men shot a man down on the street and killed him in front of a daycare center.

Also in East Flatbush, a city bus got into a multiple car wreck with two cars that smashed into each other, causing injuries to nine people.

Again in East Flatbush, a man shot another man in the chest on the street at the break of dawn.

And again in East Flatbush, a man got shot to death on a street corner from a blast to his torso following a dispute with his ex-girlfriend and the man who killed him that she was accompanying.

And again in East Flatbush, a man got killed on the street from a drive-by shooting.

And again in East Flatbush, an argument between two men escalated into one of them getting shot in the leg.

And again in East Flatbush, a man got shot in the ass on a street corner.

And again in East Flatbush, a man got shot twice in the arm and neck in front of a building and two other men were found by cops who arrive with shots to the neck and stomach. The man that was found first died from his wounds.

And again in East Flatbush, a man shot another man in the head as he was sitting on a stoop.

In Brownsville, a woman killed another woman by stabbing her multiple times on the street when she was trying to break up a fight in front of a hotel.

Also in Brownsville, a 17-year-old boy got shot in the hand following an argument.

Again in Brownsville, a 16-year-old girl and two women got shot in a flurry of gunfire on the street.

And again in Brownsville, a 62-year-old man got shot during a party held in a basement apartment.

And again in Brownsville, two men engaged in a shootout on the street in broad daylight.

And again in Brownsville, a man stabbed a woman to death on the sidewalk and ran away to upstate New York where he got arrested.

And again in Brownsville, a man was shot to death on the street from three blasts to the chest.

And again in Brownsville, a 63-year-old man got attacked by a man who smacked him on his head with a milk crate from behind, then the man kept attacking him with crates in both of his hands and the older man fought him off successfully with his cane and knocked them off his hands.

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And again in Brownsville, a man got killed when a stray bullet hit him from a shootout on the street between two gangs.

And again in Brownsville, two boys got shot on a street corner.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot in the stomach immediately after he came out of a store.

And again in Brownsville, a 59-year-old woman got hit in the leg by a stray bullet while she was standing on a porch.

In Williamsburg and Bed-Stuy, two men on a citibike rolled south down the sidewalks and streets of Bedford Ave. and knocked off and robbed the hats of Hasidic men as they passed them.

Also in Williamsburg, cops responding to a shooting crashed their SUV into and killed a man riding his motorcycle as he had the green light. The cops had their overhead lights on at the time and hit the man while maneuvering around a truck in the intersection. The shooting turned out to be false.

Again in Williamsburg, a three story apartment building collapsed during a hurricane.

And again in Williamsburg, a man was found dead floating in the East River by Domino Park.

And again in Williamsburg, a gang of white people dressed in black protesting in solidarity for Black Lives Matter sabotaged the movement by smashing windows of an Apple store and a Starbucks cafe while shouting slurs and obscenities and tagging graffiti slogans and initial against police. No one was arrested.

And again in Williamsburg, a man put himself in critical condition after he was speeding on the streets on his motorcycle and crashed into a car and two bike riders after he blew a red light.

And again in Williamsburg, a man ambushed a woman walking on the sidewalk and bodyslammed her to the pavement and savagely beat her up during a rape attempt.

And again in Williamsburg, a woman walking on the sidewalk got attacked by a man who body slammed her to the pavement and wailed punches on her and then tried to take her pants off but decided against it and ran away.

In South Williamsburg, a man went on a rampage against a couple of firemen after he parked his car in front of a FDNY station house. When they told him to move, he cursed at one of them who was writing him a ticket for blocking their entrance and then threatened to bring a posse of Hasidic men to come after him and then he called the other firefighter a racial slur and rammed his car door into his leg before he drove away to hide in a nearby community center.

In East Williamsburg, de Blasio’s NYPD wasted taxpayer dollars raiding a warehouse and seizing 400 pounds of a plant that is legal in 20 states in America.

In Sunset Park, a 19-year-old man was stabbed to death by a man who had his car wrecked by his father when he accidentally rear-ended it with his car.

Also in Sunset Park, a man got ganged up on by a group of men and then got shot after he had a dispute with his girlfriend’s ex-husband.

Again in Sunset Park, a man hogging the road while riding his bike got hit by a car while he was swerving, then attacked the driver who only went to check to see if he was OK by yelling racial slurs at him, challenging him to a fight and then smacking him on his hand as he was recording the incident.

And again in Sunset Park, two raves at two warehouses got raided by the city sheriff’s department in violation of pandemic protocols enacted by Emperor Cuomo and the Blaz, kicking over hundreds of people out and confiscating all the booze and heroin. Who did these promoters think they were some rich influencer and lux hotelier motherfuckers from the East Village and Long Island City?

Speaking of the spineless tyrant mayor; following this raid, the Blaz announced that the neighborhood had an uptick of COVID19 positive cases and was going to be more monitored and also a few days after the district’s council member Mencacha rejected the nearby lux lifestyle entrepreneurial business developer consortium run Industry City’s request to expand by building two upscale hotels.

In Coney Island, two men broke into a restaurant through the back door and robbed speakers and cash.

Also in Coney Island, a 74-year old man died during a fight with another man who went back to his apartment to look for a gold chain he left behind after he stormed out with his girlfriend when they had an argument with the victim and his girlfriend while they were getting drunk together. It sounds like “Who’s afraid of Virginia Wolff?” if Richard Burton and George Seagal got into fisticuffs.

Again in Coney Island, a man shot a woman in the chest by the doorway of an apartment building at the Gravesend Houses.

And again in Coney Island, a man on a bike engaged in an argument with an app-hail driver sitting in his car while parked and then he shot him in the torso.

And again in Coney Island, a man was shot to death inside an apartment building hallway from a blasts to the chest.

And again in Coney Island, a man fired a fusillade of bullets at four men hanging out in front of the Carey Gardens Houses, killing one of them. NYPD is determining it was payback for the apartment shooting earlier.

In Carnasie, four men in a stolen SUV got into a high speed chase with cops and then the driver blew a stop sign and collided into a bus which then had a chain reaction crash with another car in the intersection, leading to 14 people getting injured.

Also in Canarsie, a man got shot in the face on the street in broad daylight.

Again in Canarsie, a man walked to the nearest hospital after getting shot at 9 times.

And again in Canarsie, a man was shot at three times while sitting in his car and crashed into a construction site attempting to drive away.

And again in Canarsie, an off-duty NYPD detective was caught driving drunk after he scraped two parked cars.

And again in Canarsie, a man got shot to death on the street.

And again in Canarsie, a man got shot to death in front of his house.

In Flatlands, a man stalked a 77-year-old man who was walking home and held him up at knifepoint and forced him into his car and then drove to a bank and then forced his victim to withdraw cash from an ATM and made off with $1,800 of his savings.

In Bed-Stuy, a man shot another man in the arm in broad daylight in the middle of a block.

Also in Bed Stuy, a man got shot in the middle of a street by a man who ambushed him by emerging from a building next to a bodega.

Again in Bed Stuy, a man was shot to death by the Kingsborough houses by a man who was loitering in front of the building waiting for him to come out.

And again in Bed Stuy, a man got murdered while he was standing on the sidewalk in a drive-by shooting.

And again in Bed-Stuy, two men got shot in their arms on the sidewalk.

And again in Bed Stuy, a man riding a citibike on the sidewalk slowed up and dismounted in front of a woman walking with a baby and ripped a chain off her neck and rode away.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man on a moped rode by two women on the sidewalk and slapped their asses and then cruised to Crown Heights and grabbed a woman’s tush while riding by her on the sidewalk.

And again in Bed Stuy, a man was shot in the butt at an intersection.

And again in Bed Stuy, two men chased after a man on the grounds of the Marcy Houses and shot him to death.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a 62-year-old man was shot to death after his killer chased him inside a church where he worked as a caretaker.

And again in Bed Stuy, a man got shot in front of another church.

In Bushwick, a 200 pound woman randomly punched a six-year-old boy in the head in front of his mother at a chain pharmacy after she yelled at random people on the street.

Also in Bushwick, a NYPD detective got suspended after he stole money during a investigative search inside an apartment.

Again in Bushwick, a club ironically called the Illmore is flouting and violating pandemic protocols by throwing raves as their patrons party down and mill about in front of cruddy building without masks on. So where are the NYC sheriff’s dept and the NYPD to take down these brazen vectors? Oh yeah, Bushwick is an established upper class hipster town.

And again in Bushwick, a man got shot to death while sitting in a Mercedes while a block party was happening.

And again in Bushwick, a row house remodeled as a luxury building leased by two young women entrepreneurs is being used for weekly rambunctious parties as neighbors are griping about the consistent racket and sights of people milling about without distancing or masks in front of the place for over 3 months during the pandemic. Yet again, no sheriffs or NYPD trying to repress this to stop potential super spreading. And again because it’s upper class hipsters.

And again in Bushwick, a  man got shot to death as he was sitting in his car.

In Fort Greene, two men knocked a food delivery man off his bike and rode away on it.

Also in Fort Greene, a man grabbed his girlfriend by her head and threw her at a window of a supermarket.

Again in Fort Greene, a man and his three pals beat the shit out of man over a parking space while he impersonated a police officer.

And again in Fort Greene, a man mugged a public housing worker for 20 bucks and her phone as he rammed her head against the wall inside an elevator.

And again in Fort Greene, a 12-year-old taking a livery cab to her home in Bed-Stuy got beaten down, held at gunpoint and raped by the man driving her there.

And again in Fort Greene, two men having a brawl in a Mickey D’s took their tussle outside then both decided to settle it with guns, leading to one of the them getting killed during the shootout. The dead man beat the daylights out of a man who broke up a fight between two girls inside that same restaurant five years ago that was being filmed by ghouls to disseminate on social media.

And again in Fort Greene, two boys and a woman were shot by a park in a drive-by.

In Park Slope, a man swiped a charity box and cracked it opened and robbed the money it contained from inside a church after mass ended and while a nun was blessing the pews.

In Clinton Hill, four men attacked a woman from behind and smacked her head with a bottle.

Also in Clinton Hill, a man held up a man at gunpoint on the street and robbed his watch, jewelry and $1,200 cash at 2 in the morning. Better leave the bling at home for a little while.

Again in Clinton Hill, three men got shot while they hanging out in a crowd at a parking lot.

And again in Clinton Hill, a man got shot on the street.

In Gowanus, a man shot another man on the leg to settle an argument and got away in a car without license plates.

In Bensonhurst, an 89-year-old woman walked out of her house and was immediately attacked by two men who slapped her in the face and then set her hair on fire.

In Dyker Heights, three men barged into a bagel shop as a worker was about to close for the day and then trashed the place after they were told to leave, causing $13,000 worth of damage.

In Prospect Heights, a man held up a bank and robbed it of $3,750 and did it wearing a shirt that was designed for eventual incarceration.

A judge decided not to grant him bail since he robbed the same bank four times in the last 3 years, but the skell mocked him and shamelessly bragged he had the money to post up.

Also in Prospect Heights, a man was shot to death while he was sitting in a car stemming from a feud he had with other people over a woman he went out with.

In Weeksville, a man chased another man and shot him to death in the middle of the street after a fight escalated when the victim kept his killer’s lighter when he borrowed it inside a bar. That must have been some fucking lighter.

Also in Weeksville, a man got shot in the chest on the street and survived it.

Again in Weeksville, a bullet grazed a man’s head on the street.

In DUMBO, a man snatched a woman’s purse as she was walking on the Manhattan Bridge.

Also in DUMBO, two men got shot on the streets by two men in a four hours span at night.

In Brooklyn Heights, a man lounging on the steps of a train station entrance awoke and went bonkers and attacked a group of cops who told him to move.

In Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St./Metrotech Center, a man closed the window on the train cab and injured the conductor’s fingers.

Also in Downtown Brooklyn, a man smacked a receptionist inside a hotel lobby following a dispute.

Again in Downtown Brooklyn, two men robbed a diner of $3,750 after one of them gained entry by smashing a brick through a window.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man broke into a pizzeria and robbed the register containing 400 bucks.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St./Metrotech Station, a drunk man smacked another man in the head and his target responded by slashing his face with a knife.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man got shot to death following a dispute on the street.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a dog run by a luxury building had to be shut down after bottles were being chucked from a luxury hotel across the street that was converted into a homeless shelter.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Hoyt-Schemehorn Station, a man charged at a MTA worker and pushed him onto the tracks with the A train arriving, which stopped just in time when commuters alerted the conductor.

In Boerum Hill, a man stupidly left his Citibike unattended and a man snatched it and rode away.

Also in Boerum Hill, a man feigning to be lost ask a man for directions and then hit him with a bat in broad daylight.

Again in Boerum Hill, a man got shot in the shoulder in a drive-by as he was walking by an apartment building.

And again in Boreum Hill, a man leaned out of the front passenger window of a car as it was moving and shot at a man riding his bike on the sidewalk and hit him twice.

 

And again in Boerum Hill, an ice cream man blatantly and brazenly knocked over and physically moved police sawhorses so he can drive on the blocks that were barricaded to all traffic meant for children to safely play on the streets because of the city’s open streets program.

 

And the children respond by greeting him with open arms and parents cash to purchase delicious custard and pops he serves with an exposed smile while maskless. A smile that remains when he laughs off the city’s failed open streets policy.

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In Borough Park, a man working for a neighborhood security patrol got slashed in the face when he tried to stop a gang of four men beating up a person on a bench.

In Red Hook, a man got shot in the arm as he was dropping his friend off by the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

In Mill Basin, Coney Island, East New York and Brownsville, a man held up four cabbies at gunpoint in a two and half hour span robbery spree.

In Homecrest at the Avenue U Station, a man whipped out his choad in front of a woman on the Q train and posed for a couple more pictures before getting off.

In Bay Ridge, a man attempted to rob a bank with a note and failed.

Also in Bay Ridge, a man sneaked into a house by going through a door that was left open and robbed the resident of his cellphone, keys, and $640 and a designer wallet.

Again in Bay Ridge, a man robbed a taco truck of $4,000 that was left in a satchel he grabbed by the drivers seat.

And again in Bay Ridge, a man mistakenly left his car door unlocked and a thief snatched a wallet containing $180 and credit cards.

And again in Bay Ridge, a man got jumped from behind by another man who stabbed him in the ass while he was trying to enter his car.

In Sheepshead Bay, a young man was shot to death over a pot deal gone wrong. Just fucking legalize it Cuomo.

Also in Sheepshead Bay, a man got shot in the leg on a street corner.

Again in Sheepshead Bay, two men set up a 68-year-old man for a robbery when one of them feigned to be lost and asked for directions then his accomplice knocked the man to the ground and stuck a gun at him and stole an $8,000 watch and over $4,000 worth of jewelry from him.

In Bensonhurst, a man abducted a child as she was waiting for a bus to go to a summer camp and took her home and refused to let her out of his bedroom. The man got caught eventually when the mother and the NYPD put an Amber alert on him.

In Gowanus, a man was shot in the leg and wouldn’t rat on his assailant.

In Midwood, a man running for city council was attacked from behind and fell to the sidewalk after a man hit his head with a blunt object.

In Gravesend at the 25th Avenue Station, a man awakened a man sleeping on the D train just to steal his wallet.

In Greenpoint, a bunch of covidiot event promoters threw a rave by the Kosciusko Bridge, leading to a mass gathering of “pandemic fatigued” vectors that made social distancing impossible. They tried to justify the hazard they caused and risk to hundreds of young adults who attended the dance party by saying it was a meant to be a charity for Black Lives Matter. Talk about sleazy re-appropriation of a social justice movement to promote their business and themselves. The digital publication that posted this incident has been doing on the hour coronavirus updates since April and had no problem posting other stories of COVID19 defying parties with mass amounts of young adults, yet they decided to protect the organizers of this event by not displaying their names. Which led one of their disqus commentators to do the city and state a service they didn’t have the guts to do.

Also in Greenpoint, two men got into a street fight following an argument and one of them pulled out a gun during the tussle and shot his foe in the leg.

Seven livery and yellow cab drivers got mugged in a week in Kings County. And ten men with prior felonies involving guns were busted again for illegal gun possession.

In Carrol Gardens at the Smith St./9th Ave. Station, a recently incarcerated rapper who was arraigned and then sentenced to serve 47 years in prison for his gang ties and shooting incidents got on the G train and laid his ass down on the bench as he and his entourage went on without wearing face masks. The famous skell is walking free because he informed on his former allies to get a very extremely reduced sentence and also because to prevent the spread of coronavirus inside prisons. I guess his repulsive attitude is to be expected.

In Red Hook, A woman was found dead floating on the canal by Governor’s Island.

In Cobble Hill, a man broke into Jake Gyllenhall’s big sister car when she was out of town and robbed it of $16,000 worth of merchandise. That really sucks a fuck.

The borough of Brooklyn has had twice as many shootings so far than at the end of August of 2019. With a 30% rise in homicides

Bronx

In Mott Haven, a man got hit by a stray bullet when he walked by a shootout happening at the Mitchell Houses, becoming the 777th person shot in 2020 which surpassed the total amount of shooting incidents last year.

Also in Mott Haven, a man savagely beat down a cop at a hospital after he asked her to take off his cuffs so he could go to the bathroom. The cop nailed the sneaky bastard when he tried to run away.

Again in Mott Haven, a woman got shot in the leg during an argument with other people on the street.

And again in Mott Haven, a man was shot in the shoulder near a street corner.

And again in Mott Haven, a man shot and hit three men and a woman from a street corner and ran away with 3 other men.

And again in Mott Haven, a man flashed a gun at a bodega cashier so he can get a bottle of root beer for free.

And again in Mott Haven, two men pushed their way into a man’s house and shot him and stole his cellphone.

And again in Mott Haven, two men got stabbed in their torsos during a fight in front of a deli, one of them died from his wound.

In Fordham Heights, a church that also operates as a food pantry and soup kitchen was burglarized by three men who broke into the back door after midnight. They stole $8,000 worth of computers and audio items and then they trashed the place and took a shit on a foyer.

In Fordham Heights, a transgender woman was stabbed to death in the hallway of an apartment building.

Again in Fordham Heights, a 14-year-old boy was shot in the leg on the sidewalk and wouldn’t reveal his shooter to the cops.

And again in Fordham Heights, a man got stabbed to death after he argued with a man and a woman on the street.

And again in Fordham Heights, a man stalking his ex-girlfriend for a month after she broke up with him shot her in the face.

In Melrose, a handicapped man relaxing outside of his apartment building was harassed then violently mugged by two men who were loitering nearby, as they pulled his wheelchair while he was sitting on it and then kicked his face and then tried to steal money from him. The victim only had 2 bucks on him.

Also in Melrose at the Westchester Ave. Station, a man yelled xenophobic accusations at a woman on the 5 train then spit on her and told her to go back to China and Manhattan so she doesn’t spread the coronavirus.

Again in Melrose, a man snatched $7,000 from another man’s hands while he was standing in front of an ATM machine after he just withdrew the cash from a bank.

And again in Melrose, a woman got killed from a stray bullet that hit her in the back of her head when a man shot at a group of people nearby two public schools as he was charging at them on the sidewalk before the sun rose.

And again in Melrose, a man got shot in the leg on a street corner.

And again in Melrose, a man died after getting stabbed four times on the street.

In Belmont, a man shot another man to death following a street fight in front of a gathering of people and in the presence of cops who showed up to disperse the crowd.

Also in Belmont, a man was shot to death on the street.

Again in Belmont, a man was stabbed to death in the middle of the avenue.

In Allerton, a man shot another man to death at BBQ party at a playground by the Eastchester Houses.

Also in Allerton, a man got shot in the back by a stray bullet.

In University Heights, a man stabbed a transgender woman to death was stabbed to death from multiple strikes to her chest inside an apartment building.

Also in University Heights, a man stalked a woman to her apartment building and sneaked in as she entered her home and tried to rape her but ran away when she hid in the bathroom and locked the door on him.

Again in University Heights, a man killed himself trying to cross the Major Deegan Expressway on foot.

And again in University Heights, two men got into a shootout on the street by a daycare center while 8 kids were inside.

In Soundview, a man was shot to death by a masked gunman while watching a dice game before he was heading home to a baby shower for his newborn child.

Also in Soundview, a man and a woman got shot in their legs during a candlelight memorial for a relative who got shot and killed the week before.

And again in Soundview, two men attacked a 14-year-old boy and stomped on him in the middle of the street and then stabbed him in broad daylight.

And again in Soundview, a man was shot to death while he was sitting in the front seat of a car waiting for someone.

And again in Soundview, a man attacked a 63-year-old woman by her house and chased her inside. When he tried to hit her with a black cable box, the woman pulled out a .38 and shot the perp in the leg. She’s a retired cop.

And again in Soundview, a man was shot on the leg by the Bronx River Parkway in a drive by.

And again in Soundview, two men shook down a man on the 6 train and stabbed him in the torso and robbed his backpack, cellphone, earbuds and wallet and got off the next stop. The wounded victim pursued the perps and got his backpack back but got stabbed three more times during the struggle.

And again in Soundview, a woman inside a bodega got livid when a worker asked her to wear a facemask that she took a knife and damaged bottles of juice and soda and other items on the shelves and kept doing it even when 12 cops arrived as they watched her destroy $7,000 worth of groceries because the NYPD feels they can’t do their job without using excessive force.

In Morris Heights, a man got killed during a domestic dispute with his fiance when her son stabbed him in the neck after he tried to assault her inside their apartment.

In Clason Point, a man walked up to another man hanging out with people and took out a gun and shot him in the chest.

In Concourse, a man stole $5,000 from a man who lying unconscious or sleeping on the sidewalk.

Also in Concourse, a man grabbed two little girls by their rear ends in an apartment building lobby.

In Laconia, a man shot another man to death around the corner from the victim’s house.

In Eastchester, a man was shot to death on the grounds of a public housing complex.

In Claremont Village, a man was shot in the arm on a street corner.

In Hunts Point, a teenage girl got shot in the leg from a stray bullet that got fired during a massive fight between two gangs on the street during a car and motorcycle gang meet that her father brought her to.

Also in Hunts Point, a man got shot in the foot on a street corner.

In the East Bronx, a man was shot to death on the street in front of an apartment building.

Also in the East Bronx, a man who raped his ex-girlfriend that was released without bail by a judge returned to her building and tried to get inside with a key even though he had a restraining order on him.

Again in the East Bronx, a man ambushed another man inside his apartment building and placed a chokehold on him from behind while on the staircase and stole $300 from him.

In the South Bronx, two men got shot at and hit the leg and arm following a fight inside a park.

Also in the South Bronx, a man was shot in the back on a street corner.

In the West Bronx, a man got shot in the foot twice on a street corner.

Also in West Bronx, a man got stabbed to death on the sidewalk after arguing with a couple.

In Tremont, two cops were caught smoking from a hookah pipe in their patrol car while on patrol to stop the rise in shootings.

In Foxhurst, a man got attacked by six men who beat him down to the pavement the moment he got on the street exiting from the Hunts Point Station and all they got from that ultraviolence was his baseball cap. The victim is fearful of going back to work because the gang is still roaming the streets.

Also in Foxhurst, a 68-year-old man stabbed another man to death in an apartment building lobby.

Again in Foxhurst, a woman shoplifting packs of wipes from a dollar store got stopped by a worker and a customer and then she beat them both up by throwing punches trying to escape.

In Morrisania, a man walking with his wife got shot to death after he flicked his cigarette at a group of three men who got into an argument then chased him after they passed by.

Also in Morrisania, a man fired all his ammo from his gun at an apartment from the street.

Again in Morrisania, a 61-year-old woman got struck on the leg by a stray bullet that came from the gun of a man who pulled it out to settle an argument with another man on the street.

And again in Morrisania, a man accompanied by a woman and another man walked by an 81-year-old man collecting cans from garbage cans and slashed him on the face for no reason. The elderly man is yearning to kick their asses.

And again in Morrisania, two men got shot in front of a deli while putting items in a car. One of them died from his wound from getting hit in the leg.

And again in Morrisania, a man got shot to death on a street corner from 10 bullets fired at him, one of them hitting his head.

And again in Morrisania, a  young woman got shot on the sidewalk after midnight.

In Highbridge, a man sneaked up on two men hanging out in front of bodega and shot them multiple times, hitting both of them in their mid-sections.

Also in Highbridge, a man brutally murdered an 18-year-old man by stabbing him three times then dousing him in gasoline and burning him inside an apartment building when he found out he was still dating his kid sister.

Again in Highbridge, a man got accosted by a gang of four men loitering in front of a store and hectored him to buy drugs off of them and got beaten down to the ground, slashed on the wrist and had his backpack stolen when he just said no.

In Medford, the FDNY responding to a house on fire found a BMW obstructing a fire hydrant, so they broke four windows to connect the hoses to it so they could put out the blaze in two hours. The owner, who left the car there because the battery died on his remote access key, crassly whined that it was going to cost him a “bag of money”. Even though if he would have called a tow truck and took it to a garage to store in, he would have saved a shitload of money just paying daily parking fees instead of putting a bullshit USPS placard on the dashboard.

In Pelham, a man slashed a 65-year-old man in the neck inside a clothing store while his victim was helping someone.

In Mount Hope, a man survived getting killed on the street as a bullet grazed his head.

In Morris Heights, two men got shot during a dice game at 4 a.m.

Also in Morris Heights, a man got shot in the arm on a street corner.

In Longwood, a man held up a livery cab driver at gunpoint and forced him to give him a bag of cash the second he got to his destination.

In Crotona, a man shot at a group of people hanging out on the street and hit a 16-year-old girl and a man in their legs. Less than an hour later, another 16-year-old girl was shot in the butt while standing on the sidewalk.

Also in Crotona, a 60 year-old man was shot to death in a drive-by in front of his house

Again in Crotona, a man was shot to death on the sidewalk.

And again in Crotona, a man got shot at as he was standing by his car, then he got in and drove and hit two cars and stumbled out. He died hours later from his wounds.

In Crotona Park East, a man held up a pharmacy at knife point and robbed $150 from the register and protein shakes.

In Longwood, a man shot another man in the leg when the victim opened the door to him at his home.

In Wakefield, a man was shot in the middle of the block.

Also in Wakefield, a man got hit by a stray bullet on a street corner when he got caught in the crossfire from two men shooting each other on the sidewalk.

At the Sheridan Expressway, a man involved in a car accident told the man he was exchanging insurance info with that he was a cop and he then got beaten down to the ground by him and two other men who was in the other car and he drove away with them.

At the Cross Bronx Expressway, a woman who got stuck on the road when her new car stalled got crushed to death when a tractor trailer driver lost control of his vehicle and rear-ended her car and caused it to ram into her and into an overpass wall.

At the Major Deegan Expressway, a woman got shot at while she was driving.

In Parkchester, two men held up a man and his wife and daughter inside an elevator in an apartment building and robbed his watch. This incident happened in 2017 and the NYPD decided to release this video footage on their twitter account three years later to announce that those muggers are fugitives that are still on the loose.

Queens

In Middle Village, de Blasio’s Get Food program to aid poor people stricken by coronavirus dumped over 40 boxes of food on the street curb by a wall of a vehicle underpass. Although the food distributed was hardly what you can call beneficial, as packages with peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and pretzel goldfish were marked as “vegetarian” meals. This administration’s warped semantics manifests itself even when they are being charitable, but this should have been expected when the Sanitation Dept. was tasked to handle the logistics and distribution of this emergency program. Soulless.

Also in Middle Village, a man killed himself when he lost control of a motor scooter he rented and crashed into a light pole.

In Long Island City, a restaurant owner had trouble getting customers as bunch of derelicts would harass them for money, smoke K2 and crack, and get into street fights while loitering around his place of business. So a woman running for mayor as a Republican donated the services of a security guard to protect his establishment.

Also in Long Island City, a man punched another man in the face on the 7 train then he and a woman accompanying him charged after a woman who was filming the assault on her phone and they beat the crap out of her.

Again in Long Island City, a man walking on a path at the Queensbridge Houses got bumped into by two men and got into an argument, then ran when the two men drew knives at him. The two men caught up to him and stabbed him multiple times.

And again in Long Island City, a man got shot to death while walking on the sidewalk from a drive-by shooting.

And again in Long Island City, a man attacked another man on the 7 train by pummeling his face and then punched a woman that was filming the assault. Then the man got off at the Queensboro Plaza station and ran away.

And again in Long Island City at the Vernon Blvd. Station, 39 windows on the 7 train were smashed.

And again in Long Island City, a man got shot after getting hit with a stray bullet shot from the gun of a 17-year-old boy who was trying to kill someone else. The victim died a month later. After the kid botched that killing he shot at another person a month later and missed him too.

And again in Long Island City, a man shot another man to death on the street after arguing over a parking spot.

And again in Long Island City, two men cut their way through a gate of a storage building and robbed 13 grand worth of tools.

And again in Long Island City, a community group hired a private security company to patrol the streets and parks because of the apparent NYPD slowdown.

In Far Rockaway, a man was shot to death on the sidewalk with the sun barely out.

Also in Far Rockaway, two men were shot in their torsos on the street and the gunmen got away in a car waiting for him.

Again in Far Rockaway, a man was shot to death in front of his apartment building.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man got shot to death by a man who blasted him twice with a shotgun while the victim was holding the door open for someone at a McDonalds.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man got shot in the foot on the sidewalk.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man yearning to leave NYC was shot to death on the grounds of the Redfern Houses.

And again in Far Rockaway, three people were shot as an argument escalated at a block party.

In Rockaway Beach, a working refrigerator left outside of a building meant to provide free food to poor people struggling to buy essential groceries during the pandemic and the purgatory economy got stolen and was brought to and left on a jetty on the beach by Neponsit so it can be mocked at on social media by crass pitiless savages.

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In Rockaway Park, a man was found dead sitting in a car.

In Hammels, a man was shot in the leg on the sidewalk an hour before sunrise.

In Edgemere, the man who was involved in a viral video where he got choked out by a cop in during an arrest in Rockaway Beach that led to that cop’s suspension got arrested again on the peninsula after he robbed a backpack off a 14-year-old girl at the Beach 44th St. Station he tried to panhandle from after she wouldn’t give him money.

In Kew Gardens, a luxury hotel down the block from the Queens County courthouse has become a den of iniquity flophouse after they brought down rates in order to garner business. Which wound up being used mostly for wild parties every night with revelers tossing bottles from the rooms, blowing up fireworks outside and drug deals in the lobby and culminated with two shootings in early July and a week ago at the front entrance.

 

If this “luxury” hotel needed money so bad, it’s perplexing that they didn’t cut a deal with de Blasio’s Department of Homeless Services to take in homeless people and ex-convicts; pertaining to the city’s policy for housing them in hotels in the Upper West Side in Manhattan and upscale Downtown Brooklyn because of pandemic protocols, which were reportedly being violated every night by the daily baccanalias being thrown by the hotel’s new clientele in their suites.

During a protest to have this hotel be accountable for their loose standards in order to run their business, a man and a woman came out of the bullet ridden entrance of the hotel yelling at the top of their lungs at each other and then spit on reporters as they were filming their spat.

Also in Kew Gardens at the Union Turnpike station, a man grabbed a woman and demanded money from her.

In Kew Gardens Hills, a man broke through the back door of a chain pharmacy and walked out with free beer and batteries. This heist would make more sense in 1985 when boomboxes were around, good times.

In Richmond Hill at the 111 St. Station, a man was pushed down the stairs and died instantly.

In St. Albans, a man accidentally bumped into another man inside a deli and a brawl between them ensued as they went outside and wrestled each other on the concrete. Then the man who got bumped took out a gun and shot the other guy in the chest.

Also in St. Albans, a man got shot to death on the street from getting hit in the head and chest.

In Hollis, a man got frustrated by a worker that was flagging cars to go around a construction site and took out a gun and shot at him but missed.

Also in Hollis, a man trying to break up a fight at a playground while a basketball tourney and bbq party got shot to death when someone pulled a gun out during the melee. The event was attended by 200 people, who all evacuated the area as the bullets were flying.

Again in Hollis, a man got killed while jaywalking on the street when two cars coming from both directions hit him.

In Astoria, a NYPD cop committed suicide by shooting himself in his home.

Also in Astoria, a man and a woman were caught shoplifting food in a supermarket and the man hit the worker with a broom so they can get away.

Again in Astoria, four men hanging out on chess tables at the Ravenswood Houses while getting drunk on gin and Red Bulls got confronted by a man who stepped up to them and shot at them.

And again in Astoria, two men got into a tussle on the street when a man driving an SUV scratched the other guy’s car that was double parked, then the man he dinged strangled him and stole his cellphone.

In Springfield Gardens, a man got shot to death following a fight at a backyard party.

Also in Springfield Gardens, a man wound up brain dead in a hospital after he was thrown from a moving SUV and landed on his head on the asphalt.

In Woodside, a man sneaked up behind an 84-year-old man walking on the sidewalk and tried to lift his wallet from his pocket, knocking him down to the concrete. The elderly man threw coffee at his attackers face and took his face mask off and the skell ran away with nothing.

Also in Woodside at the 61st St. Station, a man blatantly jacked himself off in front of a woman on the7 train.

Again in Woodside, a man got killed when he ran a red light and a city bus hit him and dragged him on the asphalt for a block.

In Flushing, a woman killed herself when she crashed her car into a train trestle while speeding on the boulevard.

Also in Flushing, a man was stabbed multiple times all over his body inside a house.

Again in Flushing, a man stalking a woman in Kissena Park starting making come-on’s to her which she vehemently rejected and kept walking away. The man then stalked her on the sidewalk and jumped her from behind and threw her to the pavement and took her pants off and threatened her life. The woman then smacked his face with a cellphone and the creep ran away.

And again in Flushing, a man broke into a Malaysian restaurant through the front door and stole a thousand bucks from the register.

And again in Flushing, a man broke into a seafood restaurant through the back door and robbed 700 bucks from the register.

And again in Flushing, a man set a house on fire then he went on the street and started bashing a SUV with a pole. When the cops arrived, the crazed was possessing the pole and an ax and then threw projectiles at them and then got shot by a stun gun by a NYPD sergeant. Four cops got injured during the melee.

And again in Flushing, people struggling to pay for food during the pandemic and economic crisis lined up over 7 blocks to get aid from a food pantry.

And again in Flushing, a man got shot in the torso inside an apartment building.

In Rego Park, a man jumped a 72-year-old woman from behind inside the lobby of an apartment building, put her in a stranglehold and robbed jewelry and $60 off her.

Also in Rego Park, a man followed a 79-year-old woman into her apartment building and then caught her in the elevator as it was about to close and grabbed her, robbed her groceries and ran away. The man served 8 years in prison on a rape conviction.

In Woodhaven, two men were shot at on a street corner. One of the victims got shot in the arm and died and the other who got shot in the head and body survived.

Also in Woodhaven, a man was shot to death inside of his house as cops and neighbors suspect his ex-girlfriend and her mother were involved.

Again in Woodhaven, a man sitting his SUV and his friend leaning on it were shot at in a drive-by shooting as a black sedan rolled by them. The driver got shot in the head and died and his friend got hit in the arm.

And again in Woodhaven, a tree got uprooted during a hurricane and crushed a parked car. Residents weary waiting for the city to clear the road decided to cut the tree and remove it themselves.

In Ridgewood, a man got shot in the leg and a woman got grazed by a stray bullet by a man who was riding with a gang of ebike riders.

Also in Ridgewood, two men held up a flower shop at gunpoint and robbed it of $500.

In Jamaica at the Parsons Blvd/Archer Ave. Station, a man and a woman got into a heated argument and then the man pounded her face multiple times and threw her purse on the tracks.

Also in Jamaica, a woman got shot while riding in the front seat of car from someone shooting from the sidewalk.

Again in Jamaica, two young men and a young woman got shot at a backyard party.

And again in Jamaica, an off-duty correction officer got shot to death after he had a dispute over a parking space with a gang of men and one of them shot him 11 times. The killer and his accomplices are still on the loose and it’ll be interesting to see that motherfucker’s priors.

And again in Jamaica, a man and a 17-year-old boy got shot on the street by two men.

And again in Jamaica, a man was shot in the leg in front of an apartment building.

And again in Jamaica, a man grabbed a woman on the sidewalk and pushed her in an alley and raped her.

And again in Jamaica, a man shot at two men and a woman on a street corner during a drive-by.

And again in Jamaica, a man smashed the driver’s window on a city bus and verbally berated him afterward.

In South Jamaica, a man standing in the middle of the avenue of a two way street got killed when a man loaded on drugs hit him with his SUV.

In Elmhurst, a man shot at another man twice on a street corner.

Also in Elmhurst, a m an on the run from the cops for setting a patrol vehicle on fire got caught at his place of employment after he left a taunting message at his apartment and a bunch of anarchist attire and accessories plus a gasoline bottle.

In East Elmhurst, a man was shot to death on the courtyard outside an apartment building.

In Corona, a man got shot on the street and died when he ran into a restaurant for help.

Also in Corona, an off duty cop beat the hell out of his wife on a street corner after arguing over him visiting their child.

Again in Corona at the 103rd St. Station, 21 windows were smashed on the 7 train.

In Jackson Heights, a gang of 7 men and boys attacked a man on a street corner as while he was delivering food and beat him down on the crosswalk with merciless repetitive punches and kicks to his body and ripped off his phone and wallet.

Also in Jackson Heights at the Junction Blvd. Station, a man kicked a woman for standing to close to him on the 7 train, presumably because of social distancing protocol. Then the woman decided to take her phone out and film him, enraging him enough that he pulled out a knife that was on a chain he was wearing and he slashed her on the hand.

Again in Jackson Heights, a man was shot to death inside an apartment building.

In Forest Park, a man attacked a woman while she was jogging on a trail and threw her onto the ground behind a bush and tried to rape her but failed when the woman kicked his ass.

In Sunnyside, two men swindled a man through social media and then beat him down at his house and robbed a bag filled with $10,000 and also his phone.

Also in Sunnyside, a man feigning to be lost approached a 76-year-old woman and snatched her chain and ran after he asked for her help.

In Maspeth, two men held up a man at gunpoint then fled in a blue car.

Also in Maspeth, a city bus driver just starting his shift got obstructed by two double parked cars on the street and his bus got temporarily hijacked by a group of young adult revelers without face masks who filmed themselves dancing, drinking booze and smoking from a hookah as the powerless driver waited patiently for them to depart.

Again in Maspeth and also Woodside, Flushing and Elmhurst, a man broke into a chain donut shop, two chain restaurants and a grocery store and robbed $1,800 from them. Plus a carton of cigarettes.

And again in Maspeth, a homeless man stabbed another homeless man in the leg while he was sleeping and then chased him on the street. The victim ran into a firehouse to get help and a fireman stopped the violent bum when he tried another attack.

In Laurelton, a 19-year-old woman was shot in the leg on a street corner.

In South Ozone Park, a cop was caught shoplifting various items from a chain pharmacy.

Also in South Ozone Park, four men beat down a man on a street corner and robbed 200 bucks off him.

In Ozone Park, a man trying to rob two men at gunpoint on the sidewalk got surprised when they fought back and tried to wrest the gun from him, but the gunmen managed to pistol whip one of them and escape.

Also in Ozone Park, a man got shot in the leg by two men on the boulevard. Capping a week when 14 homicides and 76 people were hit by gunfire and 49 of them were shot during the weekend.

Again in Ozone Park, a 64-year-old woman got killed crossing the street by a hit-and-run driver in an SUV that sped up when the light turned yellow.

In Richmond Hill, a cable company placed a portable generator on a electrical pole to keep services going after a hurricane shut them down a week earlier.

In Briarwood, a tree fell on a car during a hurricane and killed a 60-year-old man sitting in the front seat.

In Douglaston, a man who set a traffic camera on fire was found to possess notes on his desire to do a mass shooting domestic terrorist attack which included raw instructions on how to self-make an AR-15 assault rifle.

In Queens Village, a man killed himself while speeding on his motorcycle on the highway.

Also in Queens Village, a man got shot to death on the street in broad daylight.

Again in Queens Village, a man and a woman got shot on the street following an argument with other people.

In Glendale, a 78-year-old man got killed when an SUV hit him in the middle of the street.

In Lindenwood, a dead woman was found floating in a creek by Jamaica Bay.

At JFK Airport, an app-hail driver refused to let a fare into his car because she refused to wear a facemask. The woman then threw juice in his back seat and then attacked the man as he was cleaning it up and then she physically attacked and spit on him while filming her assault on her cellphone as the driver defended himself. The cops arrived and arrested the driver, causing him to be suspended by his company.

Staten Island

In Mariners Harbor, a man shot another man to death inside a bodega and took aim at his victim while a woman was standing inches away in the same aisle as she was putting items in a refrigerator.

Also in Mariners Harbor, two boys got into a livery cab and mugged the driver, beating him down and robbing 300 bucks off him.

Again in Mariners Harbor, a man walked up to a group of men and engaged in a conversation with a man then shot him twice at point blank range and walked away.

And again in Mariners Harbor, a man got shot to death in front of a deli.

And again in Mariners Harbor, a man shot at two other men on the street in broad daylight, hitting one on the leg and the other in the back.

In Clifton, a man got shot in the leg during a BBQ cookout at an apartment building parking lot and died from his wound. The man was in town to visit his family for a relative who also got shot to death on the street.

Also in Clifton, a man got shot 3 times inside of an apartment.

In West Brighton, a man walked right up to another man standing in front of a cellphone store and shot him to death.

Also in West Brighton, a man was shot in the groin the moment he stepped outside of a house.

Again in West Brighton, a woman got shot in the leg inside an public housing apartment building.

In New Dorp, a man shoved a 7-year-old girl to the sidewalk because he thought her mother gave him a dirty look.

Also in New Dorp, a man sent lascivious messages to a 12-year-old boy’s social media account and arranged meetings to meet him at a nearby beach to engage in sexual acts but got busted by the cops when he arrived there after the boy’s father let the NYPD monitor the account.

Again in New Dorp, an 18-year-old man was attacked by a xenophobic man who bashed his car with a baseball bat and slashed his tires and then clobbered him on the head with the bat when he stepped out of his car in front of a crowd of people as he continued to berate and threaten him.

In Great Kills, two men fired shots at a house in a drive-by shooting.

Also in Great Kills, various men robbed thousands of dollars from a bank by taking advantage of a glitch by using their debit cards to withdraw money from the ATMs. It got out of hand when the robbers were having disputes which led to a man getting shot over an argument about the pilfered cash while they were trying to hack into the machines and a high speed chase with the cops as a bunch of them fled in getaway cars, leading into a patrol SUV crashing into a tree.

Again in Great Kills, a man crashed his car into the back of a house and set it on fire.

In New Springville, a man was apprehended by cops for robbing two small businesses. It was discovered he was wanted for a string of robberies in the borough two years ago.

In Park Hill, a man was shot in the leg at a BBQ party on the grounds of an apartment building and bled to death at the hospital.

In Arlington, a man shot another man to death inside of a bodega.

In Tottenville, a man painted a blue line on the median of Hyland Boulevard which was immediately vandalized with graffiti messaging against the NYPD.

In St. George, a cop saved a woman from attempting suicide with a box cutter inside her car.

In Concord, two men broke into a house by removing an air conditioner and stole two safes containing 4 large in cash and jewelry.

In Huguenot, a man crashed his SUV into another car in an intersection while drunk with his kids in the back seat.

In New Brighton, a man stabbed another man on the street.

In Annandale, a car crash involving a police car and an SUV in an intersection led to 2 cops and 5 citizens getting injured.

In Meiers Corner, a 70-year-old woman berated her neighbor, who is an NYPD cop, with incessant racial slurs and profanities. The vulgarian has been hassling other residents on the block for nigh a year with her rants of intolerance that people had to alter their daily routines to avoid bumping into her and her dirty ass mouth.

Meanwhile, the subway might be cleaner and somewhat germ-free and covid-resistant but it’s still not immune to the ultraviolence, as felony assaults rose 30% on the trains in the last month and car theft went up a whopping 60% as people are relying on them more rather than risk catching coronavirus on the trains. And the city’s garbage is piling higher and faster on street corners all over the city after City Council defunded 106 million dollars from the Department of Sanitation.

New Bad Days 66: A Dumbshit Driver Runs The Red Light And Collides Into A Cruiser That Kills A Cyclist; de Blasio’s NYPD Raid A Public Housing Barbeque, Make Up A Shooting, Spray Pepper Spray At Everyone, Beat Down A Man And A Woman Filming The Ruckus; Private Haulers Are Dumping Other Peoples Garbage In School And Sewage In A Public Park; A House’s Stone Fence Collapsed And Crushed A Little Girl; A Homeless Man Commits Bias Attack Spree And The NYPD Lets Him Go After A Victim Tries To Report It; A Man Bashes Useless LED Screen Ads In The Subway; A Drug Dispute Corner Bodega Shooting Leads To Shootout With The Cops; A E-Motored Cycle Rider Winds Up Dead After Hitting And Elderly Man In Central Park; A Man Murders His Wife In Cold Blood In A Beauty Salon; A Hooker And Her Pimp Kill Three Men By Overdose So They Could Rob Them; Tech Savvy Girl Sets Up Muggings Via Meetup Apps; Crazy Lady Gets Kicked Off The Bus After Threatening Women With A Staff And Man Attacks A Bus That He Missed; More Bikers Getting Killed And Using Them For Groping And Shooting At Others; Chain Deli Manager Gets Beaten By Gang Who Returns To Taunt Him And Borough Wide Gains In Bigoted Attacks And Attacks On The Aged, Robberies, Street Hassles, Gang Assaults, Shootings, Stabbings, Sexual Assaults, Rapes, Home Invasions, Burglaries, Hit-And-Runs And Reckless Driving, Gang Attacks And More Suicides And Muggings On The Subway Trains And In The Stations

354Still killing.

Some new highs for the #SafestBigCity that really isn’t, Shootings in the 5 boroughs rose went 7 % last month, police officers on the job injuries have went up by 2.5% and over thousands of knives were confiscated by school safety officers in 2018, marking a 92% rise in possession by kids in just three years.

Brooklyn

In Midwood, a man riding his bike back home from the beach got killed when a man speeding down the avenue ran the red light and collided into a cruiser vehicle, causing it to skid across the road and hitting and crushing the cyclist.

Also in Midwood, a homeless man got killed when an SUV ran over him as he was sleeping on the sidewalk by a garage driveway ramp.

In East New York, a man got shot three times and a woman got shot by a gunman on a street corner. Then another man and woman each got shot in front of a building about 40 minutes later.

Also in East New York, a man made pass at a woman walking on the sidewalk then chased her into a nearby park, where he caught her and raped her.

Again in East New York, a man shot at another man as he was running away and hit him in his arms and groin. A stray bullet hit a woman in her leg.

In Brownsville, a woman got stabbed to death by another woman she was arguing with inside a grocery store.

Also in Brownsville, a 66-year-old woman got killed by a hit-and-run driver while crossing the street.

Again in Brownsville, a man got shot to death with a bullet to the head from point blank range in front of the Marcus Garvey Houses and just two blocks away from a police station.

And again in Brownsville, a man was shot to death on a street corner. He told the cops who arrived there to go fuck themselves when they asked about the gunman.

And again in Brownsville at the Utica Ave. Station, a man stabbed a woman three times on the platform.

In Bed-Stuy, police responding to a street fight alleged that they were being fired upon during the melee. For some reason, the cops did not draw their guns. This happened while a barbeque party thrown at the Marcy Houses was being brought to a halt by cops deployed to the area, which led to residents and citizens arguing with the police then escalated when the cops sprayed pepper spray on them trying to get them to disperse, leading to 11 people getting arrested and three cops injured from bottles thrown at them during the melee.

Footage recorded by citizens shows a man filming the cops shouting at people to back up then being threatened and pushed by a cop. The man continues to film and catches a group of cops macing a man and shoving him into a fence and onto the ground. A woman who was also filming the “disbursing” was hit by a cop and knocked to the ground too and wound up with five stitches in her head.

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Now there is another lawsuit against the city and Mayor de Blasio’s NYPD for the gang-styled assault as the Marcy residents sue them for 85 million dollars. Fox and Friends decided to cover this chaotic incident induced by excessive force by the cops with effusive praise for them and erroneously tied it to the water attacks on officers the previous month, yet they made no mention of shots being fired.

Also in Bed-Stuy, two men having an argument on the street with another man escalated when both of them shot him and left him for dead.

And again in Bed-Stuy, men are dumping mass amounts of garbage and discarded appliances in a lot by a subway station and a school.

And again in Bed-Stuy at the Utica Ave. Station, a man yelling racial slurs at children and commuters confronted another man on the platform and punched him the face then wrestled with him on the floor and placed a headlock on him, then robbed $200 off him.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man confronted a transgender woman at her apartment and threatened her and her boyfriend. When the couple went to confront him, the man took a knife and stabbed her on the street while yelling bigoted remarks.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a 11-year-old boy slashed a 13-year-old boy in the face during a fight by a charter school.

In Bushwick, a man got shot dead on the street from a bullet to his chest.

Also in Bushwick, a five-year-old girl got crushed by tacky concrete pillars that were poorly assembled and barely fixed to a fence under development in front of a house.

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In Crown Heights, two men and two women got shot at on the street during a vigil for a friend of theirs who died. The gunman was seen walking with a group of men prior to the mass shooting.

Also in Crown Heights at the Utica Ave. Station, a woman got into a fight with another woman and a man on the 3 train and got stabbed three times.

Again in Crown Heights, four men robbed a deli at gunpoint then went to Canarsie and held up a Chinese restaurant but left with nothing after a woman fought back and chased them out with a meat cleaver.

And again in Crown Heights, a 17-year-old boy robbed an SUV with a 1-year-old boy in the back seat when the child’s mother went to pick up an order in a restaurant.

And again in Crown Heights, two teenage boys stole a fire extinguisher from a school bus and sprayed it inside and dousing a child in an ice cream parlor and also sprayed it inside a sushi restaurant.

And again in Crown Heights, a man hit a 64-year-old rabbi with a paving stone on his face.

In Williamsburg, a gang of three teenage boys attacked and beat up three men aged 65-71 during a mugging spree but didn’t get anything from their victims.

Also in Williamsburg, five people squatting inside an abandoned apartment building for months got poisoned from a carbon monoxide leak, killing one of them.

Again in Williamsburg, a man grabbed a woman’s ass on the street, and a car picked her up and drove off.

And again in Williamsburg, a street hassle between two men escalated when one of them grabbed a cane belonging to the other man and beat him down with it. Then he stood over him like a neanderthal.

And again in Williamsburg, a man on a motorcycle sped up and pulled over in front of a car and threatened the driver by showing off his piece and brandishing a knife while accusing him of cutting him off on the BQE.

And again in Williamsburg, a man yanked and stole a little dog by a grocery store while his owner was inside.

In Coney Island, two men were shot to death in front of a house following a fight.

In Flatbush at the Newkirk Plaza Station, a woman attempted suicide by laying on the trackbed, but got saved by a transit worker who flagged the Q train to stop then removed her from the tracks.

Also in Flatbush, 18 assault rifles, 12 handguns 2 shotguns and armor piercing bullets were confiscated in a police raid of an apartment, leading to six people getting arrested.

In Sunset Park, a man got jumped by four men on the street who then shoved him into his car trunk and beat him down inside of it then robbed $6,000 off him.

In Greenpoint, two men sneaked into a backyard of a home and went through the back door and robbed $500 and $1,800 worth of jewelry.

In Borough Park, a man too shitfaced after partying in a karaoke bar passed out on his stoop, then a man rifled through his pockets and stole his phone and $400.

Also in Borough Park and in Bay Ridge and Bath Beach, two men robbed seven people at gunpoint in a ten day robbery spree.

In Cypress Hills, a man got shot to death after arguing with his killer on a street corner.

Also in Cypress Hills, a livery cab driver involved in a car accident got attacked by the other driver who opened his door and wailed on him with punches.

In East Flatbush, a man yelled racial slurs and threats at and then stabbed a salesman inside a cellphone store.

In Canarsie, a dead man and a dead woman were found decomposing in an apartment at the Bayview Houses during a wellness checkup. The bodies were determined to be dead for a week, another barely quarter-assed job by NYCHA.

Also in Canarsie at the East 105th St. Station, a cop had his busted open while trying to detain a farebeater as he resisted arrest while a woman tried to help him.

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In Park Slope, a man attacked and sexually assaulted two women on the sidewalk.

In Bensonhurst, two men held up a cellphone store and shot a worker in the leg.

Also in Bensonhurst, a man slashed another man in the face at a construction site.

Again in Bensonhurst, a 70-year-old man shot his sister-in-law three times inside their home. A massive knife collection, samauri swords and an Uzi, a shotgun and a Magnum handgun were also found in his house.

And again in Bensonhurst, a woman yelled bigoted slurs and threw a soda on a teenage Muslim girl on a city bus.

In Gravesend, a four-year-old girl was walking on the street alone after being abandoned on a school bus by a matron and the driver.

In Fort Greene, a man dwelling in his car got combative with cops when they confiscated it after he let it pile up with discarded furniture and other junk while living on the street.

Also in Fort Greene at the Dekalb Ave. Station, a man walked up to the conductors window on the D train and asked her for directions, then flicked a cigarette at her and tried to punch her in the face.

Again in Fort Greene, a man was caught with possessing a gun, 50 rounds of bullets and a Pennywise mask inside an HRA center. Guards tased him as he tried to flee from them. This isn’t a good way to promote the It sequel.

In Carrol Gardens, a woman forced her roommates dog to give her oral sex in her bedroom.

In Sheepshead Bay, a man sneaked into an office at a grocery store and robbed $5,800.

In Bay Ridge and Dyker Heights, a very cheery man cased and broke into fifteen houses in a burglary spree, stealing $250,000 worth of jewelry and cash. Say cheese asshole.

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Manhattan

In the West Village, a woman was attacked by a man who suckerpunched her while she was walking her dog. Even though the lunatic was still milling around the area, five cops dispatched there behaved indifferently to the victim and did not pursue him. This attack was preceded by only ten minutes of another assault on a woman who got whacked with a wooden board a few blocks away. So it wasn’t like the cops were sent for no reason, although there is no reason to deliberately avoid serving and protecting the public.

This random assault was followed by other attacks in the West Village where race played a factor. A man got shoved and fell on the sidewalk by a man who yelled a racial slur at him. Then three more people got violently attacked by the same kook a week later in one evening as he hit a 64-year-old woman with a stick. Then he went to Soho and ran up behind a woman and hit her with a brick, then back up to Chelsea where he punched a man in the face while calling him a honky. What was de Blasio’s NYPD doing when 9-1-1 was called after these attacks?

The psychopath was finally arrested a week later after he randomly attacked a 64-year-old woman. Turns out he’s a homeless man with a mental condition. So did anybody call the Thrive number for him? Or decided not to because of his warm smile?

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Also in the West Village at the 14th St. Station, a woman drunk off her ass fell on the trackbed and cheated death when she laid flat down on it when the L train rolled over her.

In Penn Station at the 34th St. Station, a man spat at another man twice on the 1 train as the doors were closing. The saliva covered man pried open the doors and jumped on his loogie assailant and pounded him in the face repeatedly on the platform floor.

Also in Penn Station, a man obstructing a subway staircase attacked a cop who asked him for I.D.. He continued to kick her while she was trying to put him in her patrol car.

In Harlem, a man was shot at and hit twice in the back during a tussle in front of a bodega and later died.

Also in Harlem, a drunk driver rammed into patrol cars and cops personal cars at the 28th precinct.

Again in Harlem at the 116th St. Station, a man got killed by the 2 train inside the tunnel.

And again in Harlem, a man who got stabbed on the street was driven then abandoned at a nearby hospital by an acquaintance/accomplice and died in the emergency room.

And again in Harlem, a man was busted with a gun and six rounds of bullets designed for Barbie after he got approached by cops for double parking and was caught with a suspended license.

And again in Harlem, a drunk driver struck and killed a woman crossing the FDR drive.

In Midtown, a man gained access to a hotel room from a key a guest lost and robbed him of $8,000 in cash, a 10 grand ring, a 40 grand watch and a pen worth 20 large. Plus two suits.

Again in Midtown, a man got killed on the street when an SUV backed up into him and he fell on his head.

And again in Midtown at the 42nd St./Bryant Park Station, a man got killed inside the tunnel when the 7 train hit him.

And again in Midtown at the 49th St. Station, a man groped a woman in the crotch as she was walking up the stairs then ran back down.

And again in Midtown, three men armed with guns, fake dreadlocks and hats held up a jewelry dealership and stole everything from the safe and from the counters making off with almost 4 million dollars worth in treasure.

And again in Midtown, a food vender caught a man messing with his generator and then he tried to steal his box of cash from his sales. The vender then got stabbed and robbed of earnings. As the vender was bleeding, he was yelling at passerby to call the cops but they ignored him. The vender was robbed a week before this incident but when he reported it, the cops also ignored him.

And again in Midtown, a man punched a woman in the face as she walked by him.

And again in Midtown, a man smashed ten LED screens on the walls of the 8th Avenue 42nd St. Station with a brick, causing $30,000 worth of damage and possibly millions of dollars of ad revenue from multiple ads that were being shown every minute. Just like the LinkNYC smasher last April, this guy may have done a good (although violent) service for the citizenry irritated by these flickering (and surveillance laden) eyesores.

And the MTA and the city thought these screens would prevent any sort of vandalism like graffiti on regular still life advertisement posters.

In Central Park, a person threw a chunk of concrete at three cops that were on the beat at a concert.

Also in Central Park, a man was found beaten to death lying in an empty pool.

Again in Central Park, a man got jumped and beat down by five teenage boys and robbed all his possessions, then they jumped and beat down a 68-year-old man and robbed him of $250. The modern day Droogies then went downtown to Soho and asked a man for the time and then attacked him and all took turns kicking him on the sidewalk then robbed his phone and earsticks.

And again in Central Park, an 88-year-old man chilling on a bench was approached by three men who sat next to and surrounded as one was brandishing a gold club. The thugs went through his pockets and found nothing then ran away.

And again in Central Park, a man riding a souped-up custom e-motored cycle hit a 77-year-old man on the crosstown road path, causing him and his victim to fall to the ground. The scofflaw biker died a 5 days later from a head injury.

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On the same day at the Park, two cyclists crashed into each other and another and a man fell off his bike as he was diddling on his cellphone.

In Times Square, a man shoplifted bottles of juice from an overpriced chain cafe and threatened workers at knifepoint that tried to stop him. He then ran away even though he had a cane and was still holding the juices and knife in his hands. That’s one ambidextrous petty thief.

Also in Times Square, a wise ass on a motorcycle let his muffler cause a shotgun effect that scared the shit out people sitting on the tkts bleacher seats and passerby on the sidewalks and streets, causing a stampede and leading to nine people injured. Suckers.

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Again in Times Square, 300 gallons of diesel fuel spilled in the basement of a luxury hotel, leading to an evacuation of the premises.

In Chelsea, a man got hit by a hit-and-run bike rider when he was standing in the bike lane and died from his injuries days later.

Also in Chelsea, a 77-year-old woman got killed crossing the street by an 82-year-old cab driver who hit her with his taxi and tried to drive away.

Again in Chelsea, a 67-year-old woman got killed while in the crosswalk as a driver was making a turn in his pickup truck.

And again in Chelsea, a man broke into an Italian restaurant and robbed the register and two bottles of Henny.

And again in Chelsea, a man was caught illegally possessing a loaded 9mm gun at a nite club. Where is the Night Mayor???

And again in Chelsea, a gang of four men and two women assaulted a man with a cane and a bottle who was catching z’s on the sidewalk then robbed his bike and wallet. They then attacked a man who witnessed the beatdown and hit him with a bottle and robbed his backpack.

In the Upper East Side, a man solicited a woman for money on the street. When she refused, he walked beside her and continued taking to her and then attacked her, dragged her by a building under development and raped her on the sidewalk. While it was still light outside at 7:30 p.m.

Also in the Upper East Side, a man that missed the bus because he wasn’t at bus stop hailed a cab and told the driver to go to the next stop. Then the man ran up to and boarded the bus and pulled a gun on the bus driver and yelled at him. Resourcefulness, insanity and an exercise in futility all represented at once.

Again in the Upper East Side, a 68-year-old woman got hit by a police officer driving a traffic patrol vehicle while walking in the crosswalk.

And again in the Upper East Side, a falcon devoured a pigeon al fresco style in front of the Papaya King as customers were scarfing down their similarly nutritious hot dogs.

And again in the Upper East Side, two cops deployed to pick up a baby blue jay from the sidewalk got attacked by it’s momma.

And again in the Upper East Side, a woman attempted suicide by jumping off a balcony from the 38th floor.

And again in the Upper East Side, an imbecile throwing a rooftop party at his apartment building fell four stories to his death when he fell off his chair from sitting by the ledge while he was drunk and dangling his feet over it.

In the Financial District, a man broke into a hotel room by fooling maids into thinking he was a guest and then he robbed $1,600 of property including a Macbook, he pulled the ruse again a few days later and robbed a laptop and a watch worth $2,500 total and $1,100 in cash at another hotel blocks away. He then went to Midtown and tricked another maid and robbed two laptops, a cellphone and other merchandise. A week later, he went back downtown and robbed more laptops from a just cleaned room, then went to Times Square and looted another room. Eight days later, he stole a guest’s identity and hit his room and robbed a $2,200 laptop and $200 headphones.

In Union Square, that jackass who disrupted subway service over 700 times for over 5 months was caught hanging off the 5 train on the door after surfing on it from the Brooklyn Bridge Station downtown then ran into the tunnel when commuters tried to report him to the cops.

Also in Union Square, a woman sleeping on the Q train got awaken by a man who had his dick on her shoulder.

Again in Union Square, a man justifiably yelled profanities at police officers hanging out during an event as a bunch of NYPD patrol vans were parked on the bike lanes under the rubric of terrorism.

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And again in Union Square, a woman attacked her boyfriend at the subway entrance by stabbed him in the stomach then handed the knife to a man and he jabbed him with it. Then she attacked another woman and bit her on the face.

In Grand Central Station, a woman stabbed a man in the stomach with a shiv on the 4 train during an argument.

In the East Village, the Department of Sanitation are still storing their garbage trucks on 10th St. by Tompkins Square Park and stinking up the place months after Mayor de Blasio promised to find a proper place to store them.

Also in the East Village, a man tagged an apartment building with a bigoted threat towards homosexuals.

Again in the East Village, a man and a woman were held up inside their apartment by two men dressed in NYCHA uniforms who told them they were there for an inspection.

Again in the East Village, a man who made a living arrangement with a married couple he communicated with on a CIA social media forum lost his marbles because he didn’t like the living conditions in their apartment and accused the tenants of being spies themselves. So he thoroughly beat up the husband with a rod and locked him and his wife in their bedroom and stole their ATM card and went out to steal money from them at the nearest bank. The husband died from his injuries the next day.

In the Lower East Side, a man tried to run over pedestrians with his bike, then he smashed the door of an apartment building and a chocolate shop’s window with a crowbar.

Also in the Lower East Side, a man grabbed a woman’s boob as he rolled by her on a skateboard.

Again in the Lower East Side, a man held up a bank with a note and made off with $600. He got caught in Sunset Park because the loot had a GPS device.

And again in the Lower East Side, two men held up a fashion designer store at gunpoint and robbed them of $300.

And again in the Lower East Side, a vandal tagged a Yeshiva with a drawing of what looks like a clown but is being interpreted as an anti-Semitic symbol.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man got killed when he crashed his motorcycle into a vehicle on the FDR drive while speeding.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man stabbed his wife in her abdomen then tried to commit suicide by stabbing himself in their apartment.

And again in the Lower East Side, an ice cream man got pissed off at man taking pictures of him on his $1,100 cellphone, so he jumped out of his truck and slapped it out of his hand and wound up arrested for breaking it and operating a vehicle with a suspended drivers license.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man wearing a top hat attempted to kidnap a five-year-old boy in front of the Katz deli. This city is starting to turn into another Dickens novel.

In Washington Heights, a man accosted two girls aged 12 and 13 on the C train and showed them a porno movie he made on his phone. Isn’t technology grand?

Also in Washington Heights, a man left his 2-year-old daughter behind without notifying anyone so he can rob packages from an apartment building.

In Chinatown, a man got surrounded by a gang and got his face rammed into a pole for wearing a red cap emblazoned with the words “Make America Great Again.

Also in Chinatown, a man slashed a security guard in the face with a screwdriver at a methadone clinic.

Again in Chinatown, a man slashed another man’s face on the street and ran away.

And again in Chinatown, bottles were thrown during a protest to support Hong Kong by counter-demonstrators in support of China.

And again in Chinatown, a man held up a bank with a note and robbed $600 then got in a livery cab and went to Brooklyn.

In Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton St. Hub Station, a man placed brand new rice cookers in the upper and lower mezzanine in an attempt to terrorize commuters. Leading to delays on 8 transit lines. Before his inane but effective attempt at terrorism, the man tried to seek help for his mental state. Presumably, he wasn’t aware of Co-Mayor McCray’s billion dollar Thrive NYC program. Or maybe he was and gave up.

Also in Downtown Manhattan in The Tombs, inmates started a riot and attacked C.O.s over recreation visits.

Again in Downtown Manhattan, a man tried to escape his certain fate of a prison sentence when he tried to flee from court.

In the plutocrat induced and zoning policy abuse made up town Hudson Yards, a woman took a chair from one of the park plaza areas and bashed it on a row of those eco-friendly little NYPD patrol cars.

In Herald Square, the city restored an urban garden plaza where a road for traffic used to be and it’s being occupied by junkies and homeless people.

In Inwood, a 72-year-old man stabbed his wife to death in their living room, then committed suicide by jumping out the window of their apartment.

In Soho, a fire broke out on the roof of a building under development for a totalitarian monopoly search engine.

Also in Soho, a recently completed luxury mixed-use building new tenants are an influx of rats.

In the Financial District, some bland somewhat popular rock singer beat up and strangled his girlfriend inside a posh hotel room.

In Kips Bay, a man got killed inside a luxury building as he was exiting an elevator and the car suddenly collapsed, bringing him down with it as he got caught and got crushed between floors.

In Washington Heights, a man was attacked and pummeled by two men while riding in a city bus then robbed of his watch, cellphone and headphones

Also in Washington Heights, a Muslim woman pulled over for vehicle violations was roughhoused by cops after she demanded a female cop to do a pat down of her.

In East Harlem, a woman got killed when she got hit by a car trying to cross the entrance ramp by the FDR drive.

In Hamilton Heights, a man broke into a restaurant and stole jars of buffalo sauce and mayo from the basement.

A man committed suicide by jumping off the Triborough Bridge.

Some stupid ass hipster decided to keep his Pennywise costume on in a feeble attempt to shock commuters and get viral video attention on the L train.

Queens

In Jamaica, a 67-year old woman was beaten up with her own cane and robbed of her cellphone by a gang of teenage boys and girls.

Also in Jamaica, a man shot at another man in the chest front of a bodega following a drug dispute. Two detectives on patrol searching for the shooter caught him sitting on a stoop, and then the suspect fired multiple shots at them. The cops fired back and killed him with a shot to his head.

Again in Jamaica, a man grabbed a woman as she was walking on the sidewalk, then forced her underneath the elevated train trestle and bashed her on the head and raped her.

And again in Jamaica, a man was shot to death in point blank range in front of his apartment building.

And again in Jamaica, a woman was dead in the basement of a house with her neck slashed.

And again in Jamaica, a fire was set off inside a junkyard.

And again in Jamaica, an explosion in the back of a garbage truck injured a sanitation worker.

In South Jamaica, a 13-year-old got shot in the stomach at a park when a 14-year-old boy fired a gun at a garbage can and the bullet ricocheted to her

In Springfield Gardens, a man was shot to death on a following an argument at a house party. He was involved in a shooting during an auto theft a year ago that got a man killed.

In South Ozone Park, three men grabbed a man as he was walking on the sidewalk, then held him up at gunpoint and his cellphone. They then broke into a van and robbed an Ipad that was left inside.

Also in South Ozone Park, a man was shot in the torso on the sidewalk and died.

In Ozone Park, a man killed himself when he crashed his car into a tree while speeding.

Also in Ozone Park, two men walked up to a man sitting in a car and attacked him while inside as they opened both car doors and slashed him in the face and robbed his cellphone.

Again in Ozone Park, a baby was found dead inside an apartment.

And again in Ozone Park, two men broke into a house and held up a woman who was in her bedroom then robbed her cellphone and jewelry

And again in Ozone Park, two men accosted a woman as she was entering a home and stole her keys. Then left in a car waiting nearby after they couldn’t open the door.

And again in Ozone Park, eleven people were indicted for stealing 43 motorcycles in a theft ring for six months.

In Richmond Hill, a woman and her 8-year-old grandson were hit by a car making a turn as they were still on the crosswalk.

Also in Richmond Hill, a woman got sexually molested by her optometrist during an eye exam.

In South Richmond Hill, some crappy driver lost control of his car and flipped it over whole crashing into a house fence.

In Jackson Heights, a man butchered his wife to death with a knife at a hair salon in front of her co-workers, friends and customers. He then broke down into tears over her mutilated body. The woman broke up the marriage four months earlier with him but he wouldn’t leave and beat her up at the salon two weeks before he murdered her. She was in the midst of getting an order of protection against him. Why the delay NYPD? Why?

Also in Jackson Heights, an off-duty fireman got caught speeding on the Grand Central Parkway while driving drunk.

In Springfield Gardens, a man was shot to death on a following an argument at a house party. He was involved in a shooting during an auto theft a year ago that got a man killed.

In Ridgewood, complaints about rat sightings was the highest in the five boroughs. It’s undetermined where it ranks with the amount of hipster sightings.

Also in Ridgewood, a man broke into a restaurant and stole a bunch of computer tablets. He was arrested for the deed and was in possession of crack rock.

Again in Ridgewood, a man rolled up behind and grabbed the asses of two women while on his bike.

And again in Ridgewood, a man who made a pickup of over $4,400 in cash after a delivery to a 99 cent store got held up at gunpoint while he was sitting his truck. The gunman then forced him to get out and drove away with the loot and abandoned the truck two blocks away.

And again in Ridgewood, two men were caught brazenly stealing vitamins from a pharmacy as one of them held a knife up to a worker who tried to stop them.

And again in Ridgewood, a bunch of anti-Semitic flyers were found glued to a wall by the Halsey St. Station stairwell.

In Elmhurst, a man died of an overdose of  inside his room at a hostel after the hooker he hired piled him with booze and cocaine that contained fentanyl. The hooker and her cohorts tried to hide the corpses stench by burning incense in the room, then wrapping him in bed sheets and stuffing his body in a garbage can. They were later charged for two similar deaths in other hotels of her johns that they sold drugs to so she can rob them when they were loaded. There is a movie currently out that glorifies this criminal activity as women empowerment.

Also in Elmhurst, a man was shot to death on a street corner.

In Far Rockaway, an ambulance was shot at with a bb gun as while the EMT was still driving it.

In Flushing, a man broke into a senior center and robbed it of $1,500.

Also in Flushing, a man broke into an apartment through the bathroom window and attacked a 64-year-old woman who caught him in there with his pants down and dick out. He then tried to rape her and stopped when he saw her 94-year-old mother call the police, so he hit her in the hand with the phone and ran out.

Again in Flushing, two men held up a man at gunpoint in a home invasion and made off with $200.

And again in Flushing, a man stole a man’s e-motored cycle and punched the owner in the face when he tried to get it back.

And again in Flushing, a man feigning to buy jewelry at Macy’s fooled a salesperson into letting him see a $32,000 necklace. He then yoinked two diamond rings worth 10 grand and a bracelet and ran out the department store in seconds flat.

In Woodhaven, a man shook his 7-month-old baby to death and tried to report it as an accident.

In St. Albans, a man got shot in the leg during a fight on the street.

In Astoria, a man held up and robbed a deli at gunpoint and took two workers phones when they didn’t have cash for him to steal. That was actually a principled thing to do.

Also in Astoria, a man broke into a bagel shop and robbed it of $5,000.

In Rosedale, a man got killed after he lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into a car.

In Jamaica Estates, a 67-year-old woman got into a hassle with two teenaged girls and then two teenage boys showed up and they all ganged up on her, took her cane and beat her down with it and stole her phone.

In Sunnyside, a fight between two men on a street corner escalated when one of them stabbed the other five times.

Also in Sunnyside, a man stalked a woman to the 46th St. Station and lifted up her skirt and snapped a photo while she was on the staircase.

In Corona, a man channeling Benny Hill grabbed a woman’s ass and ran. He then proceeded to grab nine more women’s asses in the next 11 hours.

In Glendale, a man died when he got hit by car as he walked in the crosswalk.

Also in Glendale, some little nazi piggies smeared swastikas on a Cirillo and Barnes bus stop ad with doody.

In Maspeth, a man yelled at a 16-year-old boy for riding on the sidewalk, then punched him repeatedly in the face.

In Forest Hills, a man walked into a 99 cent store and ripped off a purse from a 67-year-old woman shopping there.

In Long Island City, two men grabbed a man and held him up and stole $24,000 in jewelry off him following an unsuccessful holdup of woman in Astoria. They then held up a man at gunpoint and robbed $300 off him in Fresh Meadows.

Also in Long Island City, a man got stabbed in the torso following an argument with two men.

Again in Long Island City, at the Court Square Station, a man punched another man for touching him on the 7 train.

And again in Long Island City at the Queensboro Plaza Station, a rail snapped on the tracks causing delays for hours on the 7 train.

In Rockaway Beach, a 15-year-old boy drowned while swimming in the bay water.

In College Point, a 5-year-old boy was left inside a car suffering from the heat while his father went into the department store. A fireman showed up and smashed the side window with a hammer a witness gave him.

In Briarwood, a man followed a woman onto the E train and whipped his dick out at her and got off at the Northern Blvd. Station in Woodside.

In Woodside, another rusted piece of metal fell onto to the street from the elevated tracks.

In Whitestone, a man crashed his car into a fire hydrant after fleeing a pullover by a state trooper.

In Middle Village, three teenage girls got seriously injured in a car wreck when the driver crashed into a telephone pole while speeding down the street. During the reckless driving, one of the girls was filming it in real time on her social media account.

In Laurelton, a cop committed suicide by shooting himself inside his house. The ninth cop suicide this year. Apparently, there is a stigmata culture about speaking of anguish, depression and being unable to deal with the stresses of the job while wearing the uniform.

Also in Laurelton, a man was shot to death at point blank range while sitting in his car.

In Rosedale, two men were also shot to death at point blank range while sitting inside a car

In Auburndale, a man was caught trying to break into a house through the bathroom window.

In Kew Gardens Hills, two men jumped an app-food delivery man as one of them put him in a chokehold then his accomplice robbed him of $250. Then they attacked a man as he just withdrew cash from an ATM and choked him also and robbed him of $700

In College Point, a woman got arrested for leaving her 3-year-old in her car in the parking lot as she went shopping.

On Rikers Island, a naked convict jumped a C.O. and tried to pull her pants down in a rape attempt.

In Forest Park, the NYC Parks Department has been contracting a waste managment company to send a private truck to dump septic liquid waste on an accessible foot path.

Bronx

One of the assholes who threw buckets of water at cops during that blistering hot weekend last July was approached by cops who had a warrant for his arrest for violating parole from a prior robbery conviction, refused to cooperate with three policemen and ran away from them as an obnoxious jerk filming the incident cheered the fugitive on. The cops catch him as he tried to escape by climbing a wall.

In Morrisania, a fight in the middle of a street intersection led to a man getting shot to death.

Also in Morrisania, a man was shot to death by a playground.

Again in Morrisania, a man who decided to go for a walk on a nice sunny afternoon got shot in the leg from a stray bullet shot from a man who missed his target.

In Morris Heights, a man was shot multiple times in his back on the street and died from his wounds

Also in Morris Heights, an argument over a parking space led to a man to his death after he got shot at twice in the back.

In Olinville, two men pulled out guns and shot at two men on a street corner, wounding both of them.

Also in Olinville, a woman was attacked by a man inside a park as he stabbed her multiple times while trying to rape her.

In Crotona, a 16-year-old girl conspired with two men in a robbery spree by arranging hookups on social media. She would meet them and then feign to be going to the store to get something as her accomplices would pounce on her unsuspecting marks. A 15-year-old boy she set up to meet in an apartment building got stuck up with a knife and beat down in the stairwell and was robbed of his phone and $70. Then she hooked up with another man and her crew beat him up and robbed his cellphone. Then she hooked up with another man on the street in Claremont and her accomplices mugged him for his cellphone.

Also in Crotona, a man loitering in front of a deli walked up to a man going there and shot him to death at point blank range.

In Concourse Village, a 67-year-old woman went beserk inside a city bus when a woman accidentally bumped her with her stroller with her child on it. She then cursed the mother out and kept banging her staff on the floor like Brett Gardner and challenged the woman to a fight. As the woman got off the bus, the older woman gripped her staff and threatened other commuters. Then two commuters grabbed her cane and forced her off and the mother she was arguing with smacked her around and went back on the bus and threw the crazy lady’s belongings out to her.

Also in Concourse Village, a man accidentally killed his cousin by handing him 9mm gun with one in the chamber after he pulled out the clip and handed it to him.

In Foxhurst, three men attacked a 16-year-old boy on a street corner as one man slashed him in the face followed by two punches by the other men.

In Williamsbridge, three men were shooting at each other on the street in broad daylight.

In Highbridge, three teenage girls got kicked off a bus by the driver for being obnoxious and disruptive to other passengers. Then the kids vandalized the vehicle by ripping at the wipers and throwing rocks, bricks and a chair at it. Ms. Tyler;

In Grand Concourse, a fight between two women on the 4 train escalated when one of them shoved the other onto the floor and continued wailing on her and also kicking her in the face.

Also in Grand Concourse, a woman got hit and killed by an unlicensed driver as she was crossing the street.

In the South Bronx, a man amateurishly pickpocketed a man on the sidewalk and ran away.

In Fordham Heights, a priest sexually molested an 11-year-old girl during a piano lesson in his apartment.

In Bedford Park, a man stalked a woman when she left work for miles and jumped her from behind, dragged her on the ground and held her up at knifepoint and tried to rape her. She resisted and he ran off. He was arrested later on because the NYPD utilized notoriously flawed facial recognition tech applied to video footage from a bodega camera to get him. This wasn’t just a test.

In Allerton, two men were shot and killed on the grounds behind a building of the Parkside Houses following a street hassle.

In Kingsbridge, five cops got injured when a man threw bottles at them as they were trying to disperse revelers at a block party.

In Soundview, a man got shot to death while he was sitting on a lawn chair at an apartment complex courtyard.

Also in Soundview, a man got killed when he got hit by a truck while crossing the Cross Bronx Expressway

In Castle Hill, a man threw a styrofoam container of Chinese food at a cop while he was trying to arrest someone during a shutdown of a street barbeque party.

In Mott Haven, two ambulances answering a 911 call about a mentally ill man, crashed into each other in the intersection.

Also in Mott Haven, a man tricked a 73-year-old woman into giving him $2,000 for bail for her son by impersonating a cop.

Again in Mott Haven, two men were shot at seven times in front of a bar; one getting hit in the ass and the other in the arm.

In Mount Eden, a man stalked a woman to her apartment building and tried to rape her  but was stopped by her relative.

In Foxhurst, a man shoplifting soap and detergent from a supermarket got caught by workers and then he swung a cane and a knife at them and walked out the store. He then sprayed dishwashing liquid on produce crates and knocked some of them over outside.

In Norwood, a drunk driver speeding on the road crashed his vehicle into a bus stop and hit two people, killing one of them.

Also in Norwood, a man got shot to death at a church by a man who was not invited to the victims’ granddaughters baptism while he tried to turn him away.

Again in Norwood, a construction worker got crushed to death when the third floor at a residential development collapsed on him from excess weight of building materials on it.

In Fordham Manor, a man got shot multiple times on a street corner.

Also in Fordham Manor, a woman walking home from work who decided to take a different route because of the crime in the area, got hit in the arm with a stray bullet when a man riding a scooter stopped beside her and fired five shots at a man on a bike who was facing both of them.

In Pelham Parkway, a man shot another man twice as he was about to get up during a dice game. The sore loser then repeatedly pistol whipped him and robbed all the cash he won.

In Hunts Point, a man slashed a man in the back, then chased him and hit him with a cane following an argument following an argument over a stolen bike.

Also in Hunts Point, cops and DEA agents discovered ten million dollars worth of blow inside a shipping container of avocados and other delectable inside a fruit truck at warehouse. Cocaine is still a helluva drug. Now I know why stupid hipsters pay $13.00 for an order of avocado toast.

In Mount Hope, cops raided an apartment of a drug dealer after a fare beater they nabbed snitched on him.

Also in Mount Hope at the Tremont Ave. Station, a man caught fare beating tried to get off by flashing a fake badge.

In Parkchester, a man got killed when he got hit by a truck trying to cross the Cross Bronx Expressway.

In Baychester, a man took two knives and slashed his co-worker in the arm inside a restaurant.

In Mount Vernon, two men broke into a house by pushing in the air conditioner on a window.

In Yonkers, a police officer committed suicide by shooting himself in the head at his home days after he got engaged to his girlfriend. This is the eighth suicide in the NYPD this year. The cop killed himself days after his another cop he was friends with killed himself in his Long Island home.

Staten Island

In New Springfield, a gang of teenage boys harassed then beat down a physically handicapped owner of a chain sandwich restaurant in the parking lot after the man wanted to talk to them about their incorrigible behavior inside his establishment. The thugs returned the next day after their assault to mock and menace him from across the street then ran away when the cops showed up.

Also in New Springfield, an off-duty cop was busted trying to shoplift clothing at the Staten Island Mall.

In St. George, a NYPD officer harassed his wife’s ex-boyfriend by writing fraudulent traffic violation tickets on him and wrote two tickets against him while he was writing up tickets on a woman he pulled over.

In Tompkinsville, a 57-year-old man was jumped and beaten down by three men on the street and robbed of $200.

In  Tottenville, a FDNY officer committed suicide by hanging himself at his house.

Also in Tottenville, two men held up a man at a gunpoint on the sidewalk and stole his 4K watch.

In West Brighton, a man was shooting his gun at a house across from where he lived.

Also in West Brighton, a man that was shot in the arm on the street trooped to the nearest hospital.

Again in West Brighton, a 16-year-old boy followed a 17-year-old boy into a bodega and shot him in the chest.

And again in West Brighton, a man got caught trying to hot wire a truck in front of a hospital.

And again in West Brighton, a homeless woman stole a package with a laptop inside by tricking the delivery worker with a stolen I.D.

In New Brighton, a drive by shooting that got a man in the leg led to a police chase with the suspects shooting back while in pursuit.

Also In New Brighton, two men were busted with guns and cocaine inside an apartment.

In Concord, a man stabbed another man he was arguing with on the street.

In Mariners Harbor, a man slashed another man with a box cutter to his face following an argument.

In Port Richmond, a man slashed another man in the chest with a straight razor on the street.

In Castleton Corners, a man shot at people in a courtyard at the Todt Hill Houses.

In Dongan Hills, a drunk driver crashed his car into a traffic light pole.

In Grasmere, a man jumped on the hood of an NYPD cruiser so his buddies could take photos of him.

In Meiers Corner, a van was set on fire by a take out window and dustbin.

 

 

New Bad Days 65: NYPD Declares It’s Too Hot For Crime To Occur Then A Girl Gets Hit By A Stray Bullet And Cops Wind Up Getting Drenched; Gangbanger Shootout Mars Brownsville Block Party Despite Heavy Police Presence; Suckerpunches By Lunatics And Thugs Lead To Fatalities; A Man Walks On The Street Gushing Blood From Getting Slashed In A Barber Shop; Man Pulls A Gun On Cops During Arrest Of A Car Robbery Attempt; Invited Guest Burns Down House And Kills Three People; Two More Cops Commit Suicide; Three More Bike Riders Get Killed; More Pedestrians Are Getting Hit By Cars And Trucks; Shootings Are Up As Well As Reported Stabbings, Muggings, Gang Assaults, Subway Crime, Drunk And Reckless Driving, Robberies, Home Invasions, Car Jackings, Rapes, Gropings And Civilian Suicides.

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During the worst heatwave of the summer, The NYPD sent a social media BULLETIN  announcing that it was too hot for criminal activity. This ill-advised P.S.A. to the city’s worst elements of society was followed with humiliating and tragic consequences.

A few hours after this idiotic missive was sent by N.Y.’s finest, a man was running down the street firing a gun and hit an 11-year-old boy with a stray bullet in East Harlem.

Then in other areas in Brooklyn and Manhattan during the sweltering heat, there seem to be a deranged bucket challenge going on. Men were throwing buckets of water on themselves then on random people. And when cops showed up, the incorrigible men converged on them and threw buckets of water on them. Even in the middle of arresting a man, with one asshole throwing a bucket at a cops head. One woman who confronted cops in a cruiser got hit with gallons of water as she was trying to complain about the incorrigible men. All the cops did was stay inside with the windows rolled up. Another video showed cops getting doused by a gang waiting for them on a street corner while they were on a break drinking coffee. Shockingly, instead of arresting them or calling for backup, all the cops walked away drenched. All the derelict mayor de Blasio did was to chime in that these soakings were unacceptable in an obligatory condemnation tweet on his social media account.

This shocking display of anarchic behavior managed to predictably garner outrage and outlandish hyperbole from police union heads on how the cops are themselves handcuffed from fighting crime.

In contrast to the criticism of these cops on the street by their own reps and peers, there were progressive and liberal people, notably the reputed social justice warriors, making wrongful equivalencies about the stupid and illegal behavior of the water throwers by citing police shootings, brutality and wrongful arrests and searches of Black and Hispanic citizens. And that it was only harmless water. Despite those pressing issues, they had nothing to do with this. There was no civil rights demands being displayed here and it was surely not some act of reparation for all those abuses previously listed that the NYPD dished out. These were cops just responding to calls and in one case in the middle of an arrest and these people were acting like total dicks. You have to have respect for authority, cops are working class people too. (Who also have to strive to afford to live in this city while protecting it).

As for the NYPD response and total lack of it, it seems they took their PSA about the weather being to oppressive to commit crimes too literally and the most obnoxious men from Brownsville and Harlem took advantage of it. Although they did catch up to the water tossers and eventually arrested them.

Unfortunately, the NYPD’s insouciance for these incidents took a turn for the worse the following week…

Brooklyn

In Brownsville, an annual block party event at a city park was disrupted when a gunman was shooting into a crowd and hit 12 people, killing one man.  According to initial reports, a fight broke out between drunken revelers before the gunfire took place and two shooters were involved including the dead victim, who served time for gun possession and was released back in January. He was flashing a piece earlier in the day even though he was still on parole. 30 bullets were found in the playground and a gun in a bag was found stashed behind a tree.

The Old Timers Day block party is a homecoming event and is attended by thousands of citizens every year and also by local elected officials and politicians. The festival also had vendors. Hundreds of cops were deployed that evening for supervision and protection. So where were they when this shooting went down? A police sergeant alleged in an email that there was an order not to enforce action on unruly crowds, which was swiftly denied by the NYPD spokesman. But there’s got to be a reason why two gangbangers felt secure enough to settle their scores with each other by brazenly trying to cap each other at a highly attended and supposedly protected event.

Well if there was a reason not to quell the crowd going by an allegation of a frustrated anonymous cop, it’s led to a fugitive. The shooter(s)/killer(s) are still out there on the streets. It’s sort of ironic that the NYPD pulled out all the stops to hunt down a bunch of obnoxious jerks (with priors) that threw buckets of water and water buckets at them, but they couldn’t find a mass shooter(s) even though there was an army of cops just minutes away from the playground. The latter is what should be really unnerving to the citizenry and especially for all cops.

Also in Brownsville at the Broadway Junction Station, two men engaged in an argument escalated as they started brawling with each other on the mezzanine between the J and L trains, then one slashed his opponent four times, hitting him in the neck, chin and arm.

Again in Brownsville at the Sutter Ave. Station, two women who were arguing with each other on the 3 train got off together and got physical and brawled with each other. As one of the women blasted her foe with pepper spray and then the other woman took out a knife and stabbed her three times, causing her to bleed out and her wounds eventually killing her

In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, an argument between a man in his 20’s and a 66-year-old man inside a deli escalated when the younger man suckerpunched the elder man from behind, causing him to fall on the pavement as the younger man jumped on top of him and kept pummeling him, causing his victim to wind up in a coma. The attacker, who was dwelling at a homeless shelter, was involved in another fight at that same deli three months earlier and justified his brutality by claiming the older man started the fight by staring at him. The victim died 2 weeks later.

Also in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man was stabbed to death and found lying on the sidewalk.

Again in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man held up a bodega with a kitchen knife and struggled with the cashier as he tried to keep his shirt over his face. The hapless thief got away with $40.

In Bed-Stuy, a 13-year-old girl was shot in the shoulder by a stray bullet at a playground while sitting on a bench. The gunman was released on bail only a few months ago on an assault charge.

Also in Bed-Stuy, a man was stabbed three times on the street and died hours later from his wounds.

Again in Bed-Stuy, two sixteen-year-old boys beat down a man during a drug deal and robbed his wallet and phone after one of them inquired if their victim was gay.

In Sunset Park, a man stabbed a woman and two other people inside her house and casually walked out and drove off in his car. The woman stumbled outside, collapsed on the sidewalk and died.

Also in Sunset Park, a woman riding her bike got run over by a approaching tractor trailer when she swerved into it’s lane to after getting hit by a car door being opened in her path.

Again in Sunset Park, a man went bonkers inside a sneaker store and slashed a man.

And again in Sunset Park, a man held up a bank with a note and made off with $491.

And again in Sunset Park, a man easily robbed a wallet and a cellphone digging into the pockets of a man sleeping soundly on a stoop. The second such robbery in a month.

And again in Sunset Park, a man broke into an apartment and robbed it of $1,200.

Also in Crown Heights, a cop responding to fireworks going off on the street was hit in the head by a liquor bottle that was thrown from a crowd.

Again in Crown Heights, a man walked up to a parked car and shot at two men who were sitting inside, hitting the passenger in the head and the driver in the shoulder, the driver then crashed his car into another car as he tried to drive to a hospital.

And again in Crown Heights, an off-duty school safety officer beat up his girlfriend at her apartment.

And again in Crown Heights, a man was shot in the arm and ass in a drive-by shooting by Prospect Park.

In East New York, a man shot at four people on the street, hitting a man in the chest, another man in the back, another man in the neck and a woman in the shoulder.

Also in East New York, a man walked into a police station armed with a knife and demanded the cops inside to shoot him. A cop tazes him instead. The man was disappointed as he told them he was too chicken to kill himself.

Again in East New York, a drunk driver killed his passenger in his minivan while he was speeding down the street then crashed into a backhoe.

In Cypress Hills, a man was jumped by four men and beaten down as he was leaving a restaurant, one of his attackers smacked him on the head with a frying pan as his accomplices rifled through his pockets and stole his cellphone.

Also in Cypress Hills, a livery cab driver was shot to death and robbed of his vehicle in a  carjacking.

In Carroll Gardens, a twelve-year-old boy was assaulted by a thirteen-year-old boy at Carroll Park who hit him with a piece of metal. Following the attack, the bully threatened his victim on social media by sending him pictures of him holding a bullet in his teeth and other pics of a display of hollow point rounds captioned with threats to his life. The bully is the son of a NYPD lieutenant and has not been charged or even disciplined for his psychotic behavior.

In Mill Basin, a man stuck up a man with a knife and proceeded to beat him down to the ground then robbed his cell phone and $130.

In Prospect Park, three people in their 20’s hanging out in the park at 1:30 in the morning were confronted by two men standing over them and held them up at gunpoint. The men then robbed them of their wallets and cellphones. Somehow these millenial marks were under the impression that they were in the #SafestBigCity in America.

Also in Prospect Park, a man went nutso and jumped in the lake and wouldn’t get out when cops arrived.

In Williamsburg, a man was gruesomely killed after he lost control speeding on his motorcycle and fell off, then was a hit by an approaching vehicle as he was lying down on the road, which severed off three of his limbs.

Also in Williamsburg, a private garbage truck blew a red light and swerved around a street sweeper, causing the driver to lose control of his vehicle as it flipped over and crushed a row of parked cars. That’ll show those car culture bastards for using bike lane space as storage.

In Canarsie, police responding to a domestic violence emergency call caught a man jumping out of a back window of a house. A cop’s gun discharged a shot during the arrest as the man resisted.

Also in Canarsie, a man was shot and killed inside his house.

Again in Canarsie, an off-duty paramedic crashed into an unmarked police car while driving drunk on the Belt Parkway.

In Bushwick, a woman stepping outside to throw out her garbage got stalked by a man who followed her inside her apartment building then threw her to the floor and tried to drag her to the basement to rape her. She was able to fight him off and witnesses were able to scare the deviant to flee.

In Gowanus, a man verbally harassing women in a supermarket parking lot attacked one of them by stabbing her hand as she was going into her car.

In Brighton Beach, a man got suckerpunched by another man on the boardwalk and died the next day.

In East Flatbush,  a woman had her car stolen as she left the keys in the ignition and the motor running while she went shopping. She then lied about having a child in the car so cops could find the vehicle faster.

In Bensonhurst, a construction worker fell through the roof while working at a school under repair.

In Prospect Heights, a cop pointed his gun at citizens who were witnessing and filming on cellphones during an arrest while he had his knee on the suspects head who was detained for robbery and knife possession after he threw a wad of cash into the air. Commissioner O’Neill defended the collar despite how unpretty it was and how similar the method of arrest look to Eric Garner’s.

In Boerum Hill, an undercover cop shot himself in the groin while on-duty in an elevator at the Wyckoff Gardens houses. What the fuck is wrong with #deBlasiosNYPD?

Also in Boerum Hill at the Bergen St Station, a man ripped off 15 feet of copper cable from the trackbed and got arrested for trying to sell it to a scrap dealer in Gowanus. The thief was previously busted a week before for stealing 60 feet of copper from a tunnel near the Dekalb Ave Station.

Again in Boerum Hill, an argument in a bar between a bouncer and a man and woman escalated into a brawl. When an off duty C.O. tried to break up the fight, the man stabbed the C.O. twice in his chest and torso and also stabbed the bouncer.

In Park Slope, a man riding a Citibike on a two-way street crashed into a car while making a u-turn (guess de Blasio is not the only dope from Park Slope). Ensuing bike riders viewed the wrecked piece of shit and continued rolling through the steady red light.

Also in Park Slope,  a woman called a YMCA and made a bomb threat targeting Mayor de Blasio and his love of black people. It turned out she called the wrong place where the derelict mayor spends three hours of city time every morning.

Again in Park Slope, a man broke into a car and robbed two credit cards and proceeded to spend $2,000 with it.

And again in Park Slope, a man riding his bike got his phone slapped out of his hands by an MTA worker multiple times during an argument over getting cut off.

In South Slope, a man broke into a bodega and robbed $1,000 worth of cigarette packs. So if you need some loosies, go to South Slope.

Also in South Slope, a man grabbed a woman’s ass up her skirt and ran away.

In Downtown Brooklyn, a woman got caught smuggling a loaded gun at the Brooklyn Criminal Court building as she was meeting up with a man in central booking awaiting arraignment for a drug charge.

Also in Downtown Brooklyn at the Court St. Station, a man wanted for repeatedly spanking his monkey on the trains was caught by cops jerking off on the platform and tried to run away but got tazed and arrested.

Again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Borough Hall Station, a man spat on a conductor while she was helping a handicapped woman in a wheelchair get on the 3 train.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the DeKalb Ave. Station, a metal drip pan fell from the ceiling and hit a man on the platform.

In Kensington at the Fort Hamilton Station, a woman accosted a 64-year-old man on the F train and demanded to give her his phone, then she and two other men beat him up and robbed his phone and also his tool bag and $320. The suspect was also involved in a robbery on the G train when she sprayed a caustic fluid in a woman’s face and robbed her purse with the help of another man.

Also in Kensington, a woman got killed crossing the street when she got hit by car making a right turn. The driver then crashed into another vehicle after hitting her.

In Dyker Heights, a man broke into a pharmacy and robbed a bunch over-the-counter drugs like a drugstore cowboy.

In Greenpoint, a man got hit and killed by a box truck while riding his bike beside it. NYPD determined that the rider was facing the truck when it him. Which brings forth the image of the victim doing a 360 turn for no reason at all or he had the capability of rotating his head like Regan in the Exorcist.

In Brooklyn Heights, a man broke into a car with a wrench and robbed a backpack with $40,000 inside belonging to a construction business owner.

In Homecrest, a man robbed over $4,000 left in a bag inside a seafood delivery truck that was left open.

In Bay Ridge, a woman napping in her car was molested by a man who reached through her window and grabbed her breast.

In Coney Island, a leg and other body parts were found near a jetty on the beach.

Also in Coney Island, a man was found dead and bleeding from a stab wound on the ground behind a Home Depot.

In Midwood, a construction worker got stuck on his crane at a development site as it tipped over from too much weight added to it.

In Fort Greene at the Fulton St. Station, a woman attempted suicide by jumping on the tracks. As the G train arrived, commuters alerted the conductor and he stopped the train, the he got out helped the woman back on the platform.

In Marine Park, a driver crashed his car into a school bus.

And somewhere in #BrooklynLand, following a bust of a major gang in the borough, four boys filmed themeselves playing with guns, shooting bullets from rooftops and from apartment windows and showing them off and loading the clips on the subway

Manhattan

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In the Lower East Side, a man arguing with another man in a barber shop escalated when he left and went back there, locked the door and attacked the man while he was still on the chair and slashed his foe in his neck with a knife. The man then went outside pacing up and down the block with his shirt ripped and bleeding profusely as his attacker got walloped with a fire extinguisher by a patron so he wouldn’t escape.

Also in the Lower East Side, a person shot two NYCHA workers with a BB gun at the Gowanus Houses.

Again in the Lower East Side, a riot broke out in the middle of a throng of fools that were waiting on line to buy limited edition ugly ass sneakers from an integrated promotion by a sugary ice-tea manufacturer and a sneaker corporation after they closed up shop because they ran out of the product they were hyping. Two girls fighting with each other over the kicks led to one of them getting hit with a bottle. Technically these corporations and promoters should be charged for inciting riots for encouraging massive crowded lines to occur while not having enough product to sell.

And again in the Lower East Side at the Delancy St. Station, a homeless man killed himself when he stepped on the third rail while walking in the tunnel.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man got robbed of $2,500 by two men dressed as NYCHA worker uniforms that he let inside his apartment at the Lillian Ward Houses.

Traffic fatalities are up 22 percent this year

In Midtown, a taxi driver veered his car onto the sidewalk and crashed into a building scaffold.

Also in Midtown, a 79-year-old man robbed jewels from the same wholesaler office three times.

Again in Midtown, a man grabbed a woman’s ass as she was waiting on line in a restaurant.

And again in Midtown, a man with his luggage and bags loitering in a bank stabbed a woman in the neck with a hypodermic needle by the ATM machines.

And again in Midtown, three teenage girls accosted a woman on the street and hit her with an umbrella. Then they followed her into a gourmet deli and one of them threw a banana at her and then tried to rip off her purse.

And again in Midtown, a man committed suicide by jumping off a rooftop bar of a hotel after he ordered a drink.

And again in Midtown at the 50th St. Station, an opera singer punched a woman in the chest as she was about to pay her fare.

And again in Midtown, a man got killed crossing the street when he got hit by a car that backed up fast from a double parked space.

In Harlem, a man approached a man hanging with his friends, pushed him against a wall and shot him in his gut.

Also in Harlem, two men sitting on a bench by Central Park got shot at by a man riding a bike, hitting both men in the torso.

Again in Harlem, a 65-year-old man crossing the street was struck by a livery cab driver driving in the wrong direction and was instantly killed. The 71-year-old driver also smashed into another car.

And again in Harlem, a man burned two rainbow flags hanging in front of a restaurant a month after he did it the first time.

And again in Harlem, a man brawling with two men on the street wound up getting stabbed to death.

And again in Harlem at the 125th St. Station, a man grabbed an 8-year-old boy’s butt on the 4 train.

And again in Harlem, a children summer camp run by NYCHA and held at the Jackie Robinson Houses had to be cancelled because the ceiling was dripping with maggots from a bunch of dead rats above it.

And again in Harlem, a woman agitated about being transferred to a co-ed homeless shelter even though she was a domestic violence victim was met with three cops who told her to go with them. Then she got punched in the eye by a cop when she refused.

In East Harlem, a man held up a food delivery man at gunpoint and robbed his e-motored cycle.

Also in East Harlem, two men arguing and fighting in the lobby of an apartment building escalated when one of them pulled out a gun and shot the other man in the chest. The shooter also hit a 67-year-old woman in the leg who was walking by.

Again in East Harlem, a man was shot to death from point blank range while sitting in his SUV.

And again in East Harlem, a off-duty MTA worker got arrested for flashing a gun inside an apartment building.

And again in East Harlem, a man shot two men by the Wagner Houses, killing one and wounding the other.

And again in East Harlem, at the 125th St. Station, a man molested a 14-year-old girl by grabbing her ass on the platform.

And again in East Harlem, a man wearing only underwear shot another man in the face inside and apartment building.

And again in East Harlem, an 11-year-old boy got shot in the leg from a stray bullet by a man running on the street aimlessly firing his gun.

In Hudson Yards, a dead man’s body was found lying on the train tracks with a shovel next to him. Guess the killer just didn’t have the motivation or stamina to bury his victim.

In Times Square at the 42d St. Station, a man committed suicide by jumping in front of the arriving 3 train.

Also in Times Square, a woman got slashed in the face by a man who she was arguing with.

In Herald Square at the PATH station, a 65-year-old man with his arm in a sling got suckerpunched and got beaten down by a man as another man and a woman searched him for cash but found nothing.

In the Upper West Side, a 74-year-old man trying to eat in a restaurant was being vexed by two men who were kicking his chair. Then they ganged up on him by punching him in the face and bashing a chair over his body after the victim told them to stop bothering him.

Also in the Upper West Side, a man and a woman were hit by speeding car as the driver ran the light while they were crossing the street. The man died from his injuries days later and the woman who hit him was involved in a hit-and-run back in May.

In Tribeca at the Franklin Street Station, a man was confronted by a man at knifepoint after he walked down the steps, and after he gave him a few bucks and his cellphones, the mugger still slashed him in the throat.

Also in Tribeca, a taxi cab spontaneously combusted while parked by the curb. No movie or TV shoots were being scheduled at the time.

In Battery Park City, a man walked up to a 73-year-old woman on the street and demanded coitus with her. When the woman sharply told him off, he attacked her and punched her face multiple times and tried to rape her, then stole her purse and ran away.

Also in Battery Park City, a group of ticket hawkers selling fake ferry rides to the Statue of Liberty (when it just goes by it, not to it) were loitering in front of and obstructing pedestrian traffic at the Bowling Green Station were confronted by a woman who asked them to move and was treated with verbal profanities and sexist insults. The woman, who was elected to serve by her district in the State Assembly, approached two cops that were standing nearby doing nothing and remained mute as the hustlers mocked her by telling her that the cops won’t do shit and Mayor de Blasio lets them do what they want. One hustler even flash a PBA card that belonged to his mother.

Again in Battery Park City, a man had his $20,000 watch stolen from him by a woman he met at a niteclub that he took home to his apartment.

In Hell’s Kitchen, a cab driver lost control of his car after being rear ended by another one on the avenue, causing it to jump on the sidewalk and crash into a restaurant, injuring eight people.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man got mugged in his apartment when he mistakenly permitted a stranger to get buzzed in. He got punched in the face when he opened the door and had his cellphone robbed.

Again in Hell’s Kitchen at the Intrepid Museum, a cashier was able to pilfer over $350,000 for 3 years working the registers by reprinting older tickets while pocketing the entrance fees.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, six men attacked a man while riding a citibike, knocking him then beating him down to the ground then stole his ear sticks, debit card and the citibike. The same gang then knocked off another man off his bike and snatched his satchel and cellphone.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a woman was found dead inside the bedroom of her apartment.

In Gramercy Park, a man chased another man on the street and knocked him down from behind, pummeled him on the pavement and robbed him of his phone and $200.

In Washington Heights, a trash bin was set on fire which spread to a vehicle parked next to it.

In Columbus Circle, a man slashed another man in the eye with a Swiss Army knife following an argument.

In the East Village, a cop ran into a man riding a citibike with his patrol SUV because he claimed that the rider ran red lights and refused to stop on his command over the loudspeaker, which witnesses claimed no one heard. The cop then reminded the rider that he only plowed him to ensure his safety.

Also in the East Village, a man shoplifted a keyboard, mouse and a kitchen knife from a department store and threatened other people as he tried to run out. When he got confronted by a store worker, he took his knife and threatened him with it and escaped.

Again in the East Village, a man stalked a woman into her apartment building, then jumped her from behind as she entered her home and threw her to the floor and tried to smother her with a plastic bag. The fiend ran away when her roomate shut her bedroom door.

And again in the East Village, a boom crane broke in half, shredding air conditioners off the side of a building as it fell at the Riis Houses. This NYCHA building is one of the few that are getting renovated with FEMA funding derived from Hurricane Sandy.

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And again in the East Village, a man was murdered from getting shot in the face in the back of an apartment building at the Lillian Wald Houses.

In Penn Station, a man hogging three seats on the A train with plastic bags and a rolling luggage yelled at a man who wanted to sit down. When the straphanger grabbed the luggage to hold on to, the derelict stabbed him on his side four times. The derelict got off at Fulton St. as his victim followed him and alerted a cop he saw at the station. The psycho bum walked all the way to Chinatown until cops recognized him and gave chase. A Samaritin caught him running and got stabbed but was able to stop him for the cops to take him down. Tazing him as he continued to resist.

Also in Penn Station, a man slashed another man in the face after he yelled at him.

In Downtown Manhattan, a man drove his car into concrete barricades in front of the Federal Plaza building and claimed he had a bomb.

Also in Downtown Manhattan, a man spat on a conductor while he was guiding commuters to board the 6 train.

In Soho, a cab driver plowed into a man riding a bike.

Also in Soho at the Houston/Lafayette Station, a homeless man snatched a cellphone from another man’s hand on the F train and got off, then he pushed the man he robbed onto the trackbed. As the lunatic paced up and down the platform, a group of Samaritans kept following and surrounding him so he wouldn’t escape. As the bum tried to flee up the stairs, two men knocked him down and held him.

In Kips Bay, a man committed suicide by shooting himself on the rooftop of an apartment building.

In the West Village, a promotion for a early morning alcohol driven boat ride went haywire when people showed up already loaded and were fighting with security guards so they had to keep the booze cruise anchored. Which wound up pissing off nearly a hundred people who paid 30 bucks to get on board.

A man recently paroled for robbing banks in fancy designer clothes he clearly couldn’t afford, returned to the city and held up and robbed seven more banks, making off with over $10,000.

In Inwood, a brake stop piece weighing 15 pounds fell off the elevated tracks and landed on top of a moving vehicle.

In Union Square, a man that was masturbating in front of a woman on the R train, pursued her as she got off and chased and grabbed her on the stairs and sexually assaulted her.

A woman on the B train lit her extensions on fire.

In the Upper East Side, a man was found dead in a tunnel near the 96th St. Station, he was electrocuted by the third rail. This was announced by the conductor as a smoke condition.

Also in the Upper East Side at the 86th Street Station, a fire ignited under a car of the 4 train, causing acrid smoke to spread and for commuters to evacuate.

Again in the Upper East side at the 86th St. Station, a cop hurt his head when he didn’t see the 6 train coming. Jesus tap dancing christ.

Bronx

In Highbridge, two cops caught a man trying to break into a parked car by smashing the window. When the cops tried to apprehend him, the man kept pleading that his was his car and left his keys inside of it. Then he demanded that they respect his rights all the while psychically struggling with them. As he continued to resist, he threatened to shoot the cops with a 9mm gun he possessed, leading one of the cops to fire his gun in self-defense. The cop then placed the man’s weapon on the car hood and cuffed him. Turned out the skell was recently released from prison 3 months earlier after serving a three decade stint for three armed robberies with a shotgun and was on parole when he decided to steal this car.

Also in Highbridge, two men broke into a woman’s apartment by climbing up the fire escape, and robbed it of over $1,100 and jewelry.

Again in Highbridge, a fire broke out on the fourth floor of an apartment building, injuring 5 residents and 6 firefighters and leaving 15 families homeless. The Bronx is burning again.

In Mount Hope look who’s back breaking the law again while driving like a psycho, the asshole who took advantage of the kindness of people because he was being held in prison for a year because of the exorbitant cost of his bail for a hold up he claimed he wasn’t involved with. He and a goon he was driving with rammed a minivan on the Cross Bronx Expressway that was being driven by a woman with two girls as passengers, and then pursued them as the woman tried to evade them. The two men then boxed them on the street. As the woman was trying to drive away, the goon punched her window and the one time bail reform hero threw a bottle at the vehicle and broke a window.

After the recidivist reckless driver promised to give himself up to the police, he never showed up and now his whereabouts are unknown. Inevitably he will resurface in a car that doesn’t belong to him.

In Morris Heights, a gang of eight men and one woman held up two other men at knifepoint and robbed them of a watch, cellphone, a bookbag and 30 bucks. The man with the knife was riding a Citibike. The rideshare has not expanded to the Bronx yet.

In Kingsbridge, a 64-year-old superintendent confronted a group of men who were loitering outside of his building. Then they collectively and savagely beat him down on the ground and attacked his son.

Also in Kingsbridge, two men riding on a scooter on the sidewalk snatched the chains off of two men in two incidents.

Again in Kingsbridge, a man committed suicide by hanging himself with a belt from a fence in Bailey Park.

In Kingsbridge Heights, two one-year-old twin girls died after being left in the car by their father for hours who forgot they were still there while he was at work.

In Fordham Manor, an idiot was filming himself on social media firing an automatic weapon into the air to impress a woman who was with him.

In Grand Concourse, a man was shot to death on the street after a drug deal went south inside an apartment building.

Also in Grand Concourse, a man and his father confronted a group of men who were blowing up fireworks near their car. Two men jumped the father and his son got stabbed in the back with a broken bottle trying to defend him.

Again in Grand Concourse, a man riding a children’s bike got hit by a bus as it was turning right, leaving him with a head injury.

In Fordham Heights, a boy repeatedly punched a 55-year-old man in the face on a city bus, knocking out eight of his teeth.

Also in Fordham Heights, a woman was found dead and decomposing inside her apartment. She died from getting stabbed twice in the neck.

In Claremont Village, a deli worker got into an argument with a customer, then stabbed him in the arm and ran out of the store.

Also in Claremont Village, a one-month old baby was beaten to death inside an apartment.

In Morrisania, a man murdered his grandmother in her apartment by strangling her with a video game cord.

Also in Morrisania, a man got shot in the stomach after he got approached by two men in front of an apartment building.

Again in Morrisania, a man was shot in the leg on a street corner.

In Mount Eden, a brawl between two men in a bodega spilled out into the street. A man who arrived and tried to break up the fight wound up getting punched by one of them, causing him to fall on his head on the sidewalk. He later died from his injury.

Also in Mount Eden, a woman walking on the sidewalk was confronted by a man who walked beside her and started to harass her. When she refused his advances, he punched her in the face and robbed her cellphone.

Again in Mount Eden, a man sprayed caustic fluid in a bus driver’s face.

In Woodlawn, a man berated two cops on the 4 train with threats and vulgarities while invalidally claiming free expression and justifying it was self-defense to them.

Also in Woodlawn at Van Cordtlant Park, a man punched a horse in the face that was being rode by Parks Police Cop who was monitoring/interrupting a barbeque with other mounted officers. Just like Mongo from Blazing Saddles.

In Allerton at the Pelham Parkway Station, a crazy woman started yelling racist remarks at another woman and then stole her construction helmet and wailed on her head with it.

In Van Nest, a man beat down and knocked eight teeth out of a man inside a city bus.

In Belmont, a man was found dead in the basement of a house from a shot to his chest.

In University Heights, a man was found dead in his bedroom from a shot to his head.

Also in University Heights, a woman was found dead and decomposing inside her bedroom from multiple stab wounds.

In Crotona Park, a man was found dead from a shot in the torso in the basement of a house.

In Olinville, a man was found dead with multiple stab wounds in a stairwell in his apartment building.

In Foxhurst, a man took a baseball bat and destroyed surveillance cameras inside an apartment building.

In the South Bronx, a man got killed on the job at a recycling shop when an excavating bucket he was welding on a bulldozer broke off and fell on him, crushing his body.

Again in the South Bronx at the 149th St. Station, a man grabbed a woman on the platform and pulled down her panties.

In Mott Haven, a woman was found dead on the first floor in a homeless shelter.

In Concourse Village, a man dressed like a construction worker broke into an office door at a chain pharmacy and held up a store employee at knifepoint, shoved him to the floor and robbed $3,000.

Also in Concourse Village, four kids got injured after they got hit by a car that jumped the sidewalk by a hit-and-run driver.

Again in Concourse Village, a man playing dominoes got shot in the back when he got hit by a stray bullet coming from two men shooting their guns at each other on the street in broad daylight.

In Soundview, a man robbed a cab driver of his backpack when he drop him off at his destination. When the cab driver went to chase him to get it back, he left the car in reverse and it ran over and killed him. The thief has been charged with murder.

Also in Soundview, a man was shot twice in the leg and head in front of his house.

In Throggs Neck, a man sexually assaulted three teenage girls and two women in a span of four months.

In Wakefield, a man threw a folding chair at a bus driver, hitting him on the head.

Also in Wakefield, a man was stabbed to death on the street four blocks from his house.

Again in Wakefield, a drunk driver drove into a railyard and on the tracks while following the instructions given to him by his GPS.

In Parkchester, a man shot another man from behind as he was walking, hitting him in the back of the head.

In Olinville at the Gun Hill Rd Station, a man got stabbed in the neck by a woman during a fight with another man on the staircase.

In Hunts Point, two men were shot at in front of a house as three men fled the scene.

In White Plains, a man broke into the visiting teams locker room at an arena football game and stole $3,000 while the their were still playing the game. $1,000 was also stolen in the dance team’s locker room in a prior burglary.

In Fordham Manor, a man wanted for robbing jewelry off three women in Ridgewood for three months after he offered to clean it for them, swiped a $500 ring from a 94-year-old woman.

And a Bronx woman was convicted for various burglaries she committed when she would look up obitituries of people who died then would raid the deceased house and steal jewelry while the relatives were at their funerals.

Queens

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In East Elmhurst, a man intentionally set a house on fire by dousing the kitchen with gasoline and igniting it by turning on the stove. A man, 6-year-old and himself got burned to death and a mother and her baby were in critical condition. The family offered the man to stay at their home because he was currently homeless, but he snapped and argued with them when they demanded he leave because they found out some things about him and felt that their kids weren’t safe with him around. It turned out that he was arrested for filing a false report on his ex-boyfriend about hiring four men to beat him down, which led to him being kicked out of an apartment in Fordham Heights. The mother died from her sustained injuries a month later.

In Long Island City at the 23rd St./Court Sq. Station, a man was nearly killed when a plywood wall collapsed on top of him from a tidalwave of rainwater from a recent storm pushed him across the platform and almost to the tracks as the G train. The shoddily built wall was placed there by a developer and his contracting construction firm for another hideous supertall glass luxury tower.

Also in Long Island City at the 45th Road Station, a man took his cellphone and took a picture of a woman’s crotch on the 7 train.

Again in Long Island City, a man stole a shuttle bus left unattended and drove it all the way to Kew Gardens.

And again in Long Island City, a man pleaded a woman to help him by claiming he fell off his bike and then he grabbed her breasts. When the woman got home and went to sleep, she awoke in the early morning hours and saw him standing over her, leading her to scream and the deviant to escape through the second floor window.

And again in Long Island City at the Queens Plaza Station, a man punched another man in the face on the R train.

In Floral Park, a Hindu priest was confronted by a man who yelled xenophobic remarks at him, then hit him over the head with an umbrella and repeatedly punched him.

In Jackson Heights, a man was shot in the head in the middle of the street.

Also in Jackson Heights at the Roosevelt Ave. Station, two men arguing with each other on the platform escalated when one of them threw a wrench at the other, but missed and hit and injured a 64-year-old woman sitting on a bench.

In Elmhurst, during a party being attended by off-duty correction officers, a woman punched two other women in the face outside a niteclub following an argument between them in a bathroom over a man.

Also in Elmhurst and Jackson Heights, a man burglarized six homes in broad daylight by going through the windows and pushing the air conditioners inside.

Again in Elmhurst, a fire engulfed the fifth floor of an apartment building, killing one man and injuring 4 other residents.

In Far Rockaway, a man grabbed a woman from behind as she was walking on the street and ripped off her clothes and tried to rape her, but she was able to fight back causing him to flee. Cops caught up to the deviant and arrested him.

In Jamaica, a dead man was found rotting and covered with maggots inside a junk hoarded and tacky painted and graffiti covered abandoned bus that he lived in.

Also in Jamaica, a man got beaten down and robbed of his cellphone by four men on a city bus.

Again in Jamaica, a 67-year-old man was killed inside a restaurant he worked at when he got caught on a malfunctioning dumbwaiter that dragged him up to the sidewalk. At 67, you should be able to retire and live in dignity instead of still working menial jobs to get by, but it’s fucking NYC.

And again in Jamaica, a man riding a motorized scooter was chased then hit by an unmarked police car and was beaten down by the cops as they were arresting him for traffic infractions and marijuana possession. Both offenses which are only supposed to be enforced with tickets.

In South Jamaica, a 76-year-old woman was hit by a stray bullet that blasted through her back windshield as she was sitting in her car. The shot emanated from a rumble in a parking lot where teenage boys were fighting with each other.

In Springfield Gardens, a man riding his bike home from a nearby store got shot to death on the street where he lived.

In South Ozone Park, a man attempted to murder a woman in her house but his gun got jammed and he ran away. He then shot at a man when he tried to rob his e-motored cycle in front of a restaurant in Richmond Hill and held up a man at gunpoint in Jamaica and robbed him of his cellphone and $7,000.

In Far Rockaway, a woman was hit by an ambulance as she was crossing the street.

In Glendale, three men jumped an 11-year-old boy riding his bike on the street and pushed him off it and stole it.

In Ridgewood, a man held up a bank with his hand in his shirt and robbed it of $430.

Come on!

Also in Ridgewood, a police car with two auxiliary cops inside was speeding down the avenue then whizzed through a red light even though a van was passing by with the green light. As the van nicked the patrol car, the driver lost control of the vehicle then hopped onto the sidewalk and hit a woman.

These bozos must have trained at the Lt. Frank Drebin Driving School.

The NYPD should give a contract to the John Houseman Driving School for Teens instead.

Also in Ridgewood, a man attempted to crawl into a woman’s apartment through her bedroom window at 5 in the morning.

In Astoria, a woman got shot in the face on the street by a hoodie cloaked man and survived it.

Also in Astoria, a woman got critically injured in a two car collision.

Again in Astoria, a man got into an argument inside a deli with a woman. When the owner/manager came out to confront him, the man hit him in the face with a power drill and knock some of his teeth out and ran away.

And again in Astoria, two men broke into three homes through the back windows and robbed one of them of $77,000 in jewelry.

And again in Astoria, a man got beat down to the ground by an app-food delivery guy who punched his face as his two friends kicked him after he refused his request to send his food to his door.

And again in Astoria, a man held up another man on the street at knifepoint and robbed his phone.

In Howard Beach, a man who arranged a date with a woman on a social media app got greeted by three men behind a building instead and ganged up on him, beat him down and forced him to drive to a bank and withdraw money for them. The victim gave them 300 bucks and they threw his phone in the trunk and split.

In Woodside, a man held up a 62-year-old man at gunpoint and robbed his cellphone, then shot him in his leg.

In St. Albans, a man stabbed another man to death on the block where he lived.

In Arverne, a construction manger checking up on a building development died when a wall collapsed on him.

Also in Arverne, a man got burned on his leg when the e-motored cycles charger engine exploded after he broke it open to avoid paying.

In Whitestone, an argument between two men inside a chain pharmacy escalated when of the men stabbed the other man in the shoulder.

In Flushing, a man hit a restaurant worker in the head with a teapot because his order was taking too long.

Also in Flushing, a man broke into a home just to jerk off in a ladies shoe.

Again in Flushing, a man was found dead inside a parked car by a race track.

And again in Flushing, a man walked into an adult day care center and robbed it of $1,500.

In Corona, a 72-year-old man got killed crossing the street when he got hit by a car.

Also in Corona, a traffic cop saved two people who were squatting inside a house that went on fire.

In North Corona, a man banged on the door of and barged into a 74-year-old woman’s apartment, hit her with a bottle and dragged her into the bedroom and fondled her.

In Ozone Park, a home was raided by ATF agents for explosives and firearms possession and alcohol and cigarette tampering. So the government sent the right people for this.

In Middle Village, a baby was found inside a car on a hot day turned out to be a doll. The second time that lame gag has been done in a month at the world’s borough. At least it wasn’t determined to have a time of death this time.

On the Triboro Bridge, three men were pulled over by an MTA officer after he spotted their car cutting 3 lanes of traffic. Then the driver hit the gas and headed towards a ramp going onto Randall’s Island then crashed into a wall. The men then lept over the railing onto the island ground were they wound up getting arrested for possession of pot and oxycodone.

In Bayside, two men broke into a house through a window and robbed $90,000 in cash and jewelry following a two month burglary spree where they broke into five other houses in broad daylight.

In Woodhaven, a man got hit by a car while he was riding his bike on the crosswalk.

Also in Woodhaven, a man got killed by a hit-and-run-driver while he was crossing the boulevard.

Again in Woodhaven, a man walked up to two traffic cops and sprayed bottled water on them.

In Ozone Park at the 80th Street Station, a man committed suicide by jumping in front of the arriving A train. Before he killed himself, he dropped his backpack on the platform and a few things fell out, causing a cop to panic as he yelled it was a bomb. This led the NYPD to send a bomb squad unit decked in full hurt locker gear to defuse it as everyone including cops in the area to duck and cover. Turned out it was an umbrella and a thermos. Idiots.

In Fresh Meadows, a man got killed while riding his motorcycle as an unlicensed drunk driver cut him off and crashed into him on the L.I.E.

In Kew Gardens Hills, a drunk driver crashed into a utility pole, knocking it down and other poles like dominoes.

In Little Neck, a man attempting to break into a house got nailed by the cops and was also found with a loaded gun.

In Queens Village, an 85-year-old woman attempting a u-turn in her SUV crashed into a tree then backed up into a tree trimming truck, causing it to tip over and fall to the sidewalk, leaving a man injured.

Staten Island

In Eltingville, a man on two occasions dropped his shorts and took a shit in front of the same house. He would then pull his shorts back up and turn around and admire his work. The homeowner attempts to file a complaint with her local police pct. turned out to be futile.

In West Brighton, a 17-year-old boy riding a bike with his friends got hit and killed by a tow truck after he ran the red light and stopped too late.

At the Staten Island Mall, two gangs of teenage and tween girls swarmed and beat down other girls in five separate incidents while filming the ultraviolence on their phones and posting it on social media.

In Clifton, an unlicensed driver got pulled over in his fancy luxury car by cops, then hit the gas and drove into a fence.

In Graniteville, a man trying to shoplift a can of very horrible malt liquor in a “gourmet market” got stopped by a worker who told him to put it back. Then the man put his fist to the workers face multiple times.

Also in Graniteville, a man got caught by cops with a loaded gun during a domestic dispute invesigation at his house.

In St. George, a man who rode the bus without paying was greeted by two transit officers when he got off. Then the farebeater refused to show I.D. and assaulted both of them and ran.

In New Springville, a man attempting to shoplift headphones from a department store got caught by a worker. Then the man took out a hammer and swang it at him and ran out.

In North Shore, a man was busted with 6 kilos of meth during a street shakedown.

In Richmondtown, a cop committed suicide by shooting himself at his home. He was recently promoted to sergeant.

New Bad Days 53: Overlooked Bronx Gang Butchers And Murders A Teenager And Volunteer NYPD Explorer With Machetes; Shootout And Car Chase After A Court Hearing Between Gangs In Staten Island; Random Assaults Happening In Threes From The East Village To South Richmond Hill; Obstructive, Obnoxious, And Violent Behavior On The Subway And A Multitude Of Muggings, Slashings And Shootings As Crime Rates Are Officially Going Up

 

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Bronx

In Belmont , a 15-year-old boy got murdered by 5 men who chased him into a bodega and dragged him outside after he tried to jump behind a counter, then threw him to the ground and attacked him with machetes as one stabbed him in the body, another man repeatedly stabbed him in the neck and the attack was done when the last armed man slashed his throat. The victim was stabbed over 10 times. This butchering of an innocent kid occurred despite the presence of people on the street and of running security cameras and people filming the murder in real time on their cellphones.

While bleeding profusely, Lesandro (Junior) Guzman-Feliz went back into the bodega  and left as two men inside were watching him bleeding out. He then proceeded to run towards the St. Barnabas hospital and collapsed on the ground while two NYPD on patrol stood there and did nothing, despite wearing rubber gloves for protection as witnesses tried to stop the hemorrhaging with napkins.

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He died inside the hospital from his multiple wounds.

The following days after the slaughter, committed despite the ubiquitous presence of security cameras, the gang connected to the suspects called the Trinatarios actually implemented what can only be described as damage control by apologizing about the murderous lynching, claiming that they mistakenly targeted him because he resembled a kid that was in sex video with one of the gang member’s girlfriend.

It turns out that Junior was a member of a the NYPD’s Explores program for encouraging youths to volunteer for NYPD related activities and drills and for future police recruitment. After waiting for days from an acknowledgement or condolences from Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner O’Neal.

After vehement accusations by the area’s residents and the gunjumping responses by members of City Council and the Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz demanding the closing of the business, the clerk behind the register did call 911 and was frustrated with the delay of trying to get the cops to come as the operator spent four minutes asking him questions about the slaughter outside his store happening at the moment.

The precinct where this gruesome tragedy took place has seen a 50 percent rise in murders and the Bronx has seen a 69% rise in total murders.

This lynching has got national and even celebrity attention from the likes of superstar rapper Cardi B and Yankee hurler C.C. Sabathia. In addition to tributes from the NYPD after the terrible job of the 911 operator handling the call from the bodega’s cashier and the indifference from two cops who were standing by the hospital as Junior was struggling to enter as he bled out on the street. Which has unfortunately diverted attention from another lynching involving the Trinatarios gang of a 14-year-old boy on the Bronx River Highway just 4 days earlier. Where 15 boys chased him into the middle of the highway, catching him in a median under repair and brutally beat him down and stabbed him 12 times. Like Junior’s murder, this attack is also motivated over some girl that the Trintarios knew.

This incident resembles the Micheal Griffith murder in Howard Beach 32 years ago when a gang of white teenage males chased him to this death on the Belt Parkway, the only difference being that race is not a factor in this because all involved, the culprits and the victims were Hispanic and Black.  But this was a lynching nonetheless. The kid survived the savage attack, but the aftermath might get worse. His mother, Kisha Hoke, who had been evicted from her apartment just a few months earlier, had demanded help from the Department of Education that he was getting stalked by the gang at his school and made requests to the Department of Homeless Services to get a transfer to another shelter because of the gang’s daily harassment of her son. Only to be slighted with indifference and bureaucratic delays.

During her son’s recovery, his mother had to quit her job to be by his side. She plans to take her son and move upstate but their present state is plainly uncertain. If anything, the tribulations of this mother and son warrants even more attention as they have gone through and are currently living in an existential nightmare induced by city safety net incompetence and a bunch of violent thugs doing gangsta shit.

In the rest of the Bronx.

In Castle Hill, a barrage of gunfire led to the deaths of three people. Two men who were targeted that were coming out of a check cashing place as the gunman shot both of them in the head  and a woman hit by a stray bullet who was working at a stand who was handing out pamphlets for a health insurance company.

 

In University Heights, a man was suckerpunched and knocked down on the street. As he still laid there unconscious, other people reached into the victims pockets and stole his belongings including his cellphone and I.D.. The attacker then returned to take a picture of his victim with his own cellphone and gave high fives to the other scavengers. The suspect was arrested and blamed the victim for provoking him to fight.

In Pelham Parkway at the Pelham Parkway/White Plains Road Station, a 61-year-old man was approached by a woman who asked him for money. After he blew her off, a man attacked him on the platform and punched him twice and then dragged him down the stairs and beat him down to the ground as he and the woman robbed his messenger bag and $20.

In University Heights, a man got shot three times and killed at his girlfriends apartment by her ex-boyfriend who climbed the fire escape to get inside.

In Fordham Heights at the Fordham-Jerome Station, a man killed himself when he stepped on the third rail and got hit by an arriving 4 train after he was being chased by cops for his involvement in an armed robbery.

In Kingsbridge, 3 men jumped a 17-year-old boy on a street corner and beat him down and slashed him on the head. The suspects of the early June attack are tied to the Trinitarios gang.

In Grand Concourse, a man parked in his car in front of the Bronx Criminal Courthouse was killed by a man who rode up on a bicycle and shot him through the window.

In Soundview, a man shot himself to death in his car messing around with a loaded gun.

In Foxhurst, a man was shot to death in Rainey Park after attending a party for a baby announcement.

In Williamsbridge, two men and a woman riding in a livery car attacked the driver as one passenger put him in a chokehold while the other grabbed a wallet and the dashboard camera.

In Grand Concourse at the 149th St. Station, a woman attempted suicide by jumping onto the tracks with her infant son as the 4 train was running.

In Morris Heights, a man exposed himself to a 67-year-old woman in an elevator. After this pathetic attempt at seduction, he grabbed the woman with one hand and started masturbating with the other.

In Mount Hope at the 175th Station, two men attacked and punched and threw a bottle at a station cleaner after he told them that the uptown D train was out of service.

In Wakefield, a man stabbed a woman twice with a screwdriver inside a security guard office, killing her. The suspect was wanted for the home invasion murder of an elderly man.

In Fordham Manor, a man harassing a woman on a city bus slashed her three times when she tried to report him to the driver.

In Bronxdale at Bronx River Park, a woman jogging was attacked from behind by a man as he tried to rape her. The deviant ran away when the woman defended herself and screamed.

In Riverdale, a man was found dead lying on the pavement in Van Cordtlant Park.

Also in Riverdale, a proliferation of abandoned cars, stolen, stripped, and wrecked, are lining the residential streets.

Again in Riverdale, a thief broke into a car window and robbed $190 and two laptops and a man was randomly punched in the face by a stranger as he left a bar/restaurant.

Brooklyn

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In Bushwick, two men were shot at in front of a fast food restaurant after being pursued by a gunman after a fight at a bar. One of the shooting victims later collapsed in a backyard and died from his bullet wounds. When a neighbor dialed 911 to report a man screaming, the two cops sent to the murder scene did not leave their car to investigate and drove away. The NYPD has suspended the bums.

Also in Bushwick, a 4-year-old girl was killed as her mother was helping her with her shoe when a woman was backed up her car and hit her and her mother in an illegal parking lot in front of laundromat.

Again in Bushwick, a rumble between two groups of men in front of a pool hall escalated when a man pulled out a gun and shot at two people, killing one and wounding the other.

In Bed-Stuy, a 16-year-old boy was shot dead on the street while walking with his girlfriend at 2 p.m.

Also in Bed-Stuy, four people were shot at on the street by a gunman after a street hassle.

Again in Bed-Stuy, a recidivist criminal wanted on a warrant for domestic violence and robbery was pursued by unmarked police car on the street. When he got cornered, he pulled a gun and shot at them, hitting one detective in the leg while getting shot himself, leaving a trail blood leading to his arrest. His girlfriend was later arrested for spraying two detectives with mace.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man shot at two men standing at a bus stop at 11 p.m., killing one and wounding the other.

And again in Bed-Stuy at the Ralph Ave. Station, a man pulled out a gun and threatened the C train engineer during an argument, causing an hour long delay in the morning rush hour.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man attacked a 74-year-old man from behind, knocking him down to sidewalk and choking and punching him then robbed his wallet and keys

And again in Bed-Stuy, four men on bicycles wearing black hoodies rolled up to a group of kids hanging out on the street and started firing their guns, hitting and wounding a 16-year-old girl.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man fired his gun at people in front of deli and ran off.

In Crown Heights, a man was shot at and killed in his car after being involved in a fight.

Also in Crown Heights, a man was shot point blank in back of his head inside a bodega following an argument.

Again in Crown Heights, a man was killed in a drive-by shooting as the driver of the van crashed the vehicle, leading the suspects to abandon the van and run away.

And again in Crown Heights, a woman aimed an ignited roman candle at a liquor store and at passing cars.

In East New York, a man was shot to death in front of a corner bodega after he had a dispute with a man in a white sedan.

Also in East New York at the Shepard Ave. Station, a complete shithead was standing on the tracks and playing with his cellphone, delightfully angering commuters to the point where some wanted to fuck his ass up. The cops who removed him did not arrest him and let him go.

With all the shit with the MTA going on and the billions proposed to “fix” and “improve” the worst fucking transit system in the universe, City Council or Albany needs to get their lame asses working on a bill to implement punitive charges for people that jump on the tracks and obstruct transit traffic like the bullshit laws that jail people for blocking streets during protests.

Again in East New York at the Broadway Junction station, a man fell on the tracks and got hit by an arriving L train who did not stop in time to see him, causing him to lose his arm and breaking his leg.

And again in East New York, a man shot another man in the hip in front of a bodega.

In Clinton Hill at the Clinton-Washington St Station, another stupid fuck grabbed onto to the door of the C train he missed and rode along the side to the next stop.

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In Cobble Hill, a man held up a bank at the end of the day and robbed it of $16,001 despite never showing a gun. (What’s with the extra buck? Guess every dolla bill counts, y’all)

In Brownsville, a man shot another man in the back and shoulder by an apartment building stairwell.

In Brownsville, a woman maced workers at a hair salon over an argument about money.

In Bay Ridge, an awning from a building under a stop work order and with multiple prior maintenance violations by the D.O.B., fell onto two women, crushing one causing critical injuries.

In Prospect Heights, two men robbed an ATM from a bodega at 3:45 a.m.

In Sunset Park, a man severed his pregnant wife’s arm off and two fingers off her left hand with a knife after a domestic dispute.

Also in Sunset Park and Windsor Terrace, a burglar broke into a man’s car and stole his laptop while he was shopping at a mall, a woman had her wallet stolen as she slept in her room at a homeless shelter, two men knocked a man off his bike then punched him in the face and stole it and a man was jumped by two men who punched him in the face multiple times in front of his house.

Again in Sunset Park, falling power lines sparked a three-alarm fire at an apartment building, hospitalizing five firefighters.

In Cypress Hills, a man who goaded his boss to set a sleeping homeless man on fire and filmed it, killed himself as he crashed his motorcycle into a car in an intersection.

In Greenwood, an unlicensed drunk driver hopped the curb and drove his van into a pedestrian and crushed him against a wall killing him instantly then ran away leaving his vehicle behind.

In Greenpoint, a man barged into a woman’s apartment and pulled a knife on her in a rape attempt, but she punched him in the balls causing him to run away.

Also in Greenpoint, a man riding a scooter groped two women in two weeks and a man raped a woman by Newton Creek.

In Coney Island, a woman was knocked to a ground by a man who then pulled a gun on her as a woman hit her head from behind with a glass bottle, knocking her out and stealing her designer wallet.

Also in Coney Island, the parks department hasn’t sent any lifeguards to monitor the waters and look out for the swimmers safety since the beach season started on Memorial Day.

In Carroll Gardens, a man accessed an apartment with a keycard and a shot the resident with a stungun in his bedroom

In Fort Greene at the Dekalb Ave. Station, a man attempted suicide by jumping in front of the arriving Q train.

In East Flatbush, a man was shot to death on the street

In Downtown Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Bridge Station, a fight broke out on the 4 train as a man putting up stickers for a sensationalist yellow journalism website punched a man in the face that he was arguing with over some divisive political shit.

Also in Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St. Station, two men and a woman instigated a brawl on the A train and hit three commuters with canes. And a man punched another commuter in the head on the A train, knocking him down to the floor and ran way to the arriving F train.

In Flatlands, a restaurant manager was robbed of $13,000 and a laptop when 3 men in a cruiser vehicle rear-ended his car then beat him up in the drivers seat and dragged him out and beat him down then escaped by driving on the sidewalk by a road under construction (with workers on sight) at 10:15 a.m.

Also in Flatlands, a 67-year-old woman died from a house fire.

In Williamsburg, a man broke into an apartment and robbed $1500, a laptop and credit cards from three roommates who were sleeping soundly.

Also in Williamsburg, a facade collapsed off an apartment building under prior violation for neglect by the owner.

Again in Williamsburg, a man dragged a woman off a stoop as he robbed her purse which contained $200 and credit cards.

Again in Williamsburg, a man stole a box package from an apartment building and rode away on a citibike.

In Flatbush, a man sneaked up and bashed a bottle on a man’s head that he had a dispute with at a jerk chicken restaurant.

In Bay Ridge on the Belt Parkway, a tree branch fell on a car and went through the windshield impaling the driver and causing it to crash into other vehicles on the road. Citizens were not surprised that it broke.

In Brighton Beach, a man sitting in a diner was attacked and assaulted by a man who hit him with a baseball bat at 5 p.m.

In Gravesend, a man sliced another man with a boxcutter then jumped in a car and fled and two men jumped a man in a vestibule as he entered his apartment building, beat him down and stole his camera.

In Marine Park, a burglar broke into a store and robbed it of multiple bottles of booze and scratch lottery tickets.

On the Belt Parkway, a man got killed in the back seat of a car that was crashed into by a drunk driver going in the wrong direction.

In Fort Greene at the BAM park, which has been locked for 10 years because of toxic chemicals in the soil, people involved in a streaming T.V. show permitted by the Mayor’s Office of Film and Television for a shoot left the gate open when they finished production. Which led to area residents using the park for a week without knowing that it was contaminated.

Queens

In South Richmond Hill, a man is involved in three mugging incidents where he walks up to random people and punches them in the face and steals their wallets, then gets away in a black four-door sedan. All victims are middle-aged men in their 50’s. The suspect has robbed them collectively of nearly $300 in cash, 12 credit cards and a cellphone and is on the loose. He is also tied to a random assault where he punched a man in the face causing the victim to fall to the pavement and cracked his skull.

In Rockaway Beach at Fort Tilden, four men on jetskis zipping around too close to swimmers in the ocean turned horrific when one of the men offered a woman a ride and wound up hitting a wave which caused the woman to fall off and winding up comatose with a fractured colon after hitting the propulsion from the water.

Also in Rockaway Beach at the 105th St. Station, a man committed suicide as he jumped in front of the arriving S train.

In Jamaica, two men got shot in front of a restaurant by two other men also armed with skateboards.

Again in Jamaica, two workers in a corner deli grocery store got into an argument with a man and kicked him out. The man returned with two other men and jumped the workers as they left the store, beating down one worker with punches and kicks and stabbing the other one in the head with a pocket knife

In Ozone Park, a burglar sneaked into the basement door in the back of a house and robbed laptops, a video game console and a robot speaker/recorder inside. The man returned 14 hours later and stole the family’s car.

In Queens Village, a 70-year-old man was stabbed to death in front of his house.

In Whitestone, a 17-year-old girl was killed crossing the street by an 88-year-old woman who ran the red light.

In College Point, a man was found dead from a head fracture in front of his house at 7:45 a.m.

In Corona, a man stabbed a woman on the street with a butcher knife at 1:45 a.m., then tried to flee when he was chased down by a Port Authority Police officer who then caught him and held him down till the NYPD arrived.

Also in Corona and Elmhurst, two traffic cops were attacked by two men. One who was punched in the face after writing up a ticket and the other who was stalked and grabbed from behind, thrown to the ground and attacked with punches and kicks.

Again in Corona, a man attacked and assaulted three waitresses with his cane over a dispute for using the beverage machine.

In Jackson Heights at the 74th St/Roosevelt Ave. Station, a man pulled a knife out on another man after they had a dispute on the mezzanine.

In Long Island City and Astoria at the Queensbridge Houses, three men were shot in the leg in threeincidents in a week on the public housing grounds.

Also in Long Island City, a man was arrested for animal cruelty after he left four pitbulls in his van during a brutally hot afternoon.

Also in Astoria, a man followed a woman into her apartment building and grabbed her ass in the vestibule and ran away.

Again in Long Island City and Jackson Heights, a man and a woman feigning to ask for a metrocard swipe, held up a man at knifepoint at the Court Square Station and robbed him of $140 and blocked another man on the staircase of the Broadway Station at knifepoint robbed him of a measly 2 bucks and his I.D. and credit cards,

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In Rego Park, a man approached a parking lot attendant and pulled a gun on him. The attendant then fled but the suspect pistol whipped him and knocked him out. He then went back to the garage and found a car with the keys still in the ignition and stole it.

In Middle Village, two men pulled off two gunpoint muggings, making off with their victims wallets and cellphones.

In Bayside, a man was caught attempting to stealing mail from houses.

Also in Bayside, and Hollis and Queens Village, a man is still on the loose wanted for 8 knifepoint robberies from mid-May to mid-June.

In Fresh Meadows, a man shoplifted $2,900 worth of workout watches from a big box department store.

In Elmhurst, a man was found dead lying on a bench at a playground.

In Woodside, a woman was hit by a motorcycle as she was in the crosswalk.

In Flushing, two men stole $30,000 worth of necklaces and fled after they asked a sales clerk to open a display case.

Also in Flushing, a man fondled himself on the Q37 bus.

Again in Flushing, a man smacked another man in the head inside a department store.

And again in Flushing, a man sneaked into a 63-year-old man’s apartment, knocked him down and stole his cellphone.

In Forest Hills, cops raided a man’s apartment and confiscated four rifles and 3 handguns.

In Ridgewood, a woman tied up a 6-year-old child and abandoned the kid inside an apartment.

In Rosedale on the Laurelton Highway, a motorcyclist got killed by a hit-and-run driver that switched lanes.

On Rikers Island, an inmate choked another inmate to death with his bare hands. The murder victim is a Trinitarios gang member.

Manhattan

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In the East Village, a drunk as shit homeless man who stalked and harassed a woman walking in the street while riding a bike, then pushed her to the ground and punched her in the face. He left his bike behind and hit another woman in the face and hit another woman in the head with a bike lock as he was walking by them.

Also in the East Village at the 1st Ave. Station, a shithead dropped his skateboard on the tracks as he was doing tricks with it on the platform and nearly got hit by the arriving L train when he went down to retrieve it to the delight of his fellow idiot skater friends.

Again in the East Village at the Campos Plaza houses, 33 little dogs were found malnourished and maltreated by a man keeping them in his apartment during a police inspection. Neighboring tenants have sent complaints to NYCHA for months about the rancid smells and constant barking emanating from the unit that went unanswered, which is standard op procedure for the notorious public housing agency. Since the tenant works for the Housing and Preservation Department for this fucking city, it’s apparent why this went on for as long as it did.

In Tribeca at the Chambers St. Station, a man panhandling on the 2 train, took a metal pipe and bashed the head of a man as he was sitting down because he refused to give him money.

In the Lower East Side at the Delancy St. Station, a woman stabbed a man in the head with her high-heel shoe after an argument and ran away.

In Greenwich Village, a half-naked man irate from being ejected from the Stonewall Inn by a bouncer, returned with a friend of his with a baseball bat and smashed the bar’s window.

In the Upper West Side, a woman stabbed a man in a courtyard after she had an argument with him over personal space when they were on the elevator. She slashed another man who tried to stop her from attacking again.

Also in the Upper West Side, a man stalked a woman on the street after she stepped out of cab and then attacked her when she ignored him. The man suckerpunched her and threw her to the ground between two parked vehicles and began strangling her while telling her he was going to rape her although the victim offered him cash.  When the woman bit him on the hand after he ripped her pants off, the bastard then kicked her in the head and bit her back then ran away when a building doorman intervened.

Again on the Upper West Side on the D train, a group of kids were smoking a giant hookah and the passengers and the man taking their picture for his social media account did not a thing to upset them.

And again on the Upper West Side, a gym owner who got arrested for groping a client a month earlier did it again to another 16-year-old girl during a workout.

In the Upper East Side, two rich entitled middle aged sisters who own an obnoxious bar in Maspeth that is going through a shady upzoning variance with the city were told to leave a bar for being disorderly and then refused to pay their $33 tab by claiming that only “gentlemen pay for their drinks”. As they were being escorted out by a bartender and a waitress, one of the psychoholic slags grabbed the waitress by her hair and dragged her outside as she and her sister beat the shit out of her causing injury to her shoulder. The high-sticking socialites then returned banging on the restaurants window and attacked the bartender, cutting his head open. One of the lady goons is married to hockey legend and Stanley Cup Champion Brian Leetch and proclaimed to cops who arrested her that she is pals with Commissioner James O’Neill.

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Also in the Upper East Side, a 16-year-old boy and his accomplice attacked a man in a mugging attempt on the street at 4:40 a.m., bashing his head and knocking him to the ground and stabbing him when he defended himself. The teenager is a member of the Trinitarios Gang that were involved in the two lynchings mentioned at the top of this post.

In the West Village, an idiotic man famous on social media for taking pictures of himself dangling his legs and doing back flips in high places killed himself by falling off the roof of a building after he was drinking beer with his brah.

In Times Square, an middle aged man grabbed a 15-year-old girl’s privates and grinded his disgusting body into two other teenage girls in front of a Broadway theater entrance.

In Midtown, a man got stabbed in the back defending a woman who was being harassed by his attacker.

Also in Midtown, a fight involving five women escalated when two women pulled out box cutters as they slashed three women and a man they were with took off his belt and whipped one of them.

Again in Midtown, a retired cop involved in a car accident pulled a gun on the other driver and strangled him.

And again in Midtown, an MTA worker fell through a wooden board onto the tracks while applying concrete at the 57th Street Station.

And again in Midtown, a man scaled a building and broke into a office on the second floor.

In Downtown Manhattan at City Hall Park, an argument escalated between two men selling water when one vendor pulled out a knife and stabbed his competitor, who drew an airgun.

In Union Square, a woman was found dead in a trash compactor in a luxury apartment building from falling down a garbage chute from the 27th floor. It’s now considered to be a homicide.

Also in Union Square, a stupid pedestrian called the cops because he thought he saw a man standing on the corner holding an alligator on a leash when it turned out is was a big lizard.

In East Harlem, a man stabbed and killed his ex-girlfriend inside a store and walked away smoking a cigarette.

Also in East Harlem, a mini crane hauling a panel toppled over from a building development, injuring three construction workers.

Again in East Harlem, a mini crane hauling a panel toppled over from a building development, injuring three construction workers.

In Harlem, a man speeding on the street in his sportscar collided with another vehicle in an intersection, causing it to damage eight other vehicles, injuring 7 people. The culprit left his car behind and ran to the subway.

Also in Harlem at the 125th/Lenox Ave. Station, a man got stabbed in his shoulder by another man during a fight on the 2 train.

Again in Harlem, a man got struck by a hit-and-run driver as he was arguing with his girlfriend while standing on the boulevard.

In Hell’s Kitchen, a city parks worker stole a cellphone from a citizen in a playground.

In Inwood at the 215th St. Station, a man took his cellphone and took a picture under a woman’s skirt on the 1 train.

In Battery Park City, an MTA executive parked his fancy car at a bus stop causing an obstruction to an express bus and delaying it’s scheduled route.

In Washington Heights, 8 residents were sickened in the apartment building from an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease.

In Central Park, 2 days after Mayor de Blasio announced that the park would non-permit vehicles in the park and Transportation Alternatives leader and city secret agent Paul Steely White drove the last car in the park while acting like a douche about it, a cyclist collided into a private garbage truck that turning into his path on the road.

Staten Island

In St. George, an argument between two gangs of men coming out of a criminal courthouse escalated into a brawl and two men pulled out a knife and a gun. One gang assaulted a man and stole his minivan which they used to chase the gunman who then fired at the vehicle as the driver drove into him and crushed him into a house, killing him instantly.

In New Brigthon, a 67-year-old woman was shot in the face from a stray bullet while waiting at a bus stop, reportedly tied to the aforementioned gang rumble at the courthouse.

In Tompkinsville, a woman was killed in a hit-and-run as a speeding SUV hit her in a median when the driver swerved around a vehicle in front.

In Midland Beach, a man tried to abduct a 4-year-old girl in a stroller while her mother was still pushing her.

In Port Richmond, three men attacked and beat up and stabbed a man on a city bus.

In West Brighton, a man shot another man in the hand following a dispute.

In New Springfield, a man attempted to rob a bank claiming to be armed.

 

New Bad Days 52: Rumbles In The Bronx, Hell’s Kitchen And On The Beach In Coney Island; Wealthy Hipsters Display Their Sense Of Entitlement And Bigotry For Other Races And Trees; Bicyclist Robs Cellphones With Ease; Another Cab Driver Martyrs Himself For The App-Based Economy; K-2 Continues To Destroy The Minds Of It’s Abusers; Diner From Goodfellas Movie Gets Whacked With Flame And More And More Stabbings, Shootings, Gang Attacks And Larceny.

Be aware of your surroundings, visitors to this fun city that means all 5 billion of you annually according to yearly statistics. Crime in NYC hotels has gone up 20% in the past three years, compounded by the city’s contracting of a majority of major chain hotels to shelter thousands of homeless people and the hiring of lax private security firms.

And to go along with the overpopulation of humans in the 5 boroughs, the rat population has grown by 10%.

Bronx

 

In Highbridge at Billy’s Bar across the street from Yankee Stadium and hours after a medal awarding ceremony honoring heroic firefighters, a huge brawl between fellow firefighters ignited by a racial slur spilled onto the streets. As cops tried to break up the melee, a fireman punched a cop and another one got in his car and attempted to run down someone.

After this melee went down in front of incredulous witnesses who wondered aloud why no one was being arrested and why some of the drunk brawling firemen were allowed to drive away in their cars, the engine company that initiated the riot went to Claremont where their rival station was located and proceeded to continue the brawl there and wound up getting their asses kicked. No one was arrested there either since the cops didn’t pursue them, even though they may have been DUI and cops weren’t deployed despite knowing about the brawl and a cop getting assaulted.

Also in Highbridge, at the a 13-year-old girl was shot in the leg from an errant bullet protecting her nephew in a playground when a man shot at another man recently paroled from prison.

Again in Highbridge, three men standing on a corner were shot at in a drive-by around one in the morning.

In Mott Haven, a 73-year-old man was stabbed to death in his apartment after he won 10 grand on a lottery ticket.

In Allerton, a 10-year-old girl was mugged of her cellphone as she was calling her mother by a man who followed to her home then ripped the phone from her hand and smacked her in the face and shoved her down to the ground, kicked her in the face and broke her glasses.

In Belmont, a man sporadically shot into a courtyard in the middle of a memorial and killed a man and wounded a woman.

Also in Belmont, a man set his girlfriend and himself on fire in her apartment in a murder-suicide after she broke up with him.

Again in Belmont, a fire in an apartment building killed a man and injured two others was a result of arson.

In Fordham Manor, a poor 72-year-old collecting cans to survive living in this unaffordable fucking city was attacked by a man who knocked her down and tried to rape her.

Also in Fordham Manor, a man yanked a woman’s cellphone out of her hand and tried to steal her wallet on the D train then fled when the train arrived at the Fordham Road Station.

In West Farms, a fight among gangs of people in front of an apartment building escalated into a shootout, killing a 17-year-old girl who got shot in the back in the crossfire.

In Soundview, at the Bronx River Houses, a woman killed her baby son by slamming him against the wall in a drug stupor and didn’t call an ambulance because she didn’t want to get locked up. The woman previously had 3 other kids taken away from her from child services.

In Gun Hill Houses, a gang chased a 14-year-old boy to the Bronx River Parkeway and stabbed him multiple times in the chest when they caught him.

In Fordham Heights, 18 men were arrested for running a drug operation and selling fentanyl laced heroin referencing the outstanding T.V. show Breaking Bad. One brand was even named after Walter White’s demonic alter ego Heisenberg.

In Claremont, a 14-year-old boy slashed a 16-year-old boy in the shoulder when he exited a middle school.

In Van Nest, a man was shot at in his car by an acquaintance of the man he was arguing with then crashed into several vehicles trying to drive away from the crime scene and died.

In Highbridge, a man was found dead in his apartment from being stabbed three times.

In Eastchester, four teenagers tried to board a bus for free and ganged up on and assaulted the driver who tried to get rid of them.

In Throggs Neck at the Throggs Neck Houses, a NYCHA employee punched another employee during an argument.

In Morris Park, two dog handlers lost control of the pitbulls they were walking that wound up biting four girls and a woman.

In Mott Haven, a mosque was shot at with a bb gun.

Brooklyn

In Bushwick, a man who got kicked out of a trendy hip night spot went into a tantrum cursing out and slinging racial slurs at a bouncer and the man filming him and then tried to call the cops to arrest the bouncer during his tirade and even tried to instigate a physical fight with him. The man works for a real estate agency called MySpace NYC that deals with slumlords, baits and switches on customers and rents apartments at exorbitant rates

This vile, racist, hipster invader bag of dicks and shit could only get away with this because he is, as well as his company, an agent and tool of forced gentrification, swallowing neighborhoods and displacing working poor and middle class citizen. Or to put it more aptly by a commentor on Reddit: “Back in the day this p.o.s. would have been picking up his teeth from the floor or in a coma in some hospital!!! Where the fuck did bushwick go!!! ”

Also in Bushwick at the Mrytle Ave./Broadway Station, two men catatonic from smoking K-2 were found glazed-eyed and lying prone. One on the tracks with his legs draping on and under the third rail and nearly trying to squeeze through a crevice on the tracks overlooking the street below and another on the platform.

Again in Bushwick, a man was shot in the chest on a street corner then died.

And again in Bushwick, a man died from overdosing on K-2.

And again in Bushwick, a man was shot to death on a street corner shortly after midnight.

In Coney Island, four separate fights on the beach that spread into a rumble on the landmark boardwalk leads to one teenager getting stabbed in the back and chest and another man slashed in the face.

In Flatlands, a professional cab driver committed suicide by hanging himself in his home resulting from being unable to earn a living, save money and afford to live in his overpriced grossly marketed borough from the over-saturation of and the city’s continuing indifference to regulate app-based car services. This is the sixth cab driver to kill himself since the public suicide of Doug Schifter in front the entrance of City Hall.

In Borough Park, a drunk ass private garbage truck driver plowed into 8 parked cars and a tree at 5:20 a.m then tried to leave the scene of his destruction and battled with and tried to flee from the cops as they tried to detain him. He is now free on bail.

In Gowanus, a hipster doofus chef of some reknown butchered by breaking the branches off and then deliberately poisoned a tree that he felt was blocking his solar panels from the sun.

In Bed-Stuy, a restaurant got plowed by a car that jumped the curb and crashed into it, injuring 2 patrons. The driver left the vehicle behind and walked away.

Also in Bed-Stuy, an inebriated man drove his car into a parking lot and crashed into two parked vehicles, injuring four people and smashed another car when he tried to get away by plowing through a fence.

Again in Bed-Stuy, two men mugged another man for his cellphone.

In Canarsie, a man carrying 2 canisters of gasoline attempted to burn down a three-story house he used to live in at 2 a.m.

Also in Canarsie, a mother was killed and her son got injured when a car veered off the road from a three car crash in an intersection nearby.

Again in Canarsie, an off-duty cop punched his girlfriend in the face while she was boarding a cab.

In Gowanus, a man riding his bike on the sidewalk sneaked up behind a woman to grab her ass and sped off.

In Brownsville, a drug den raided by the NYPD was found to be possessing guns and a massive stash of baggies of K2 labeled with cartoon characters, which included the brand Scooby Snax that was discovered to be behind the overdoses of over 80 people that were hospitalized a few weeks ago.

Also in Brownsville, two men impersonating police officers grabbed a 58-year-old man in front of his house then threw him into a van and zip-tied him. The perps were confronted by a man and a teenage boy who let them inside the house thinking they were cops, and then hit the clubbed the man on the head and proceeded to burglarize the place, robbing $7,000, sneakers and cellphones

Again in Brownsville, an off-duty cop got arrested for strangling his girlfriend.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot in the back and leg while he was entering his apartment building.

In Crown Heights at the Utica Ave. Station, a man hitting on a woman got into a fight with her boyfriend and bit his lip off during the brawl and ran away.

In Prospect Park at the station of the same name, a man who was yelling homophobic slurs and threats punched a train conductor in the head as the Q train was leaving the station.

In East New York at the Gateway Plaza, a man punched a woman in the face then back up into her with his car in the parking lot after a date at Red Lobster.

In Prospect Heights, a man attempted to steal a stroller with a 2-year-old boy from his parents. This is the 5th child kidnapping attempt in broad daylight by various skels in a month in Brooklyn.

In Bay Ridge, a grinning creep sidled into the front door of an apartment building then stole various tools from the basement.

In Greenpoint, an off-duty cop assaulted a man and was found in possession of a unlicensed gun.

In Boerum Hill at the Atlantic Avenue/Barclays Center Station, a 6-year-old girl fell on the tracks after her arm got caught in a train door that closed on her and dragged her on the platform.

In Flatbush, a mother and her son were killed in a fire in their apartment that spread when the son was trying to move a portable air conditioner that malfunctioned and went ablaze but the fire it left behind already spread out.

Also in Flatbush, a man was shot to death and another man was slashed during an argument in someone’s apartment.

Again in Flatbush, a woman was found dead from an apparent suicide in her apartment with a plastic bag affixed to her head and her hands cuffed.

In Midwood, a man committed suicide in his apartment by slashing his throat.

In Mill Basin, a man died after being rescued drowning by in the water by a dock.

In DUMB(o), a dead man was found hanging on the 10th floor of a commercial building.

In Vinegar Hill at Commodore Barry Park, a dead man’s body was found in the playground

In Boerum Hill, a gym teacher strangled two students during a play fight that went wrong.

In Dyker Heights, two cars crashed into each other at an intersection, causing one to jump the curb and crash into a store.

In Sunset Park, a 73-year-old man had his chain broken when a skel tried to snatch it from his neck.

In Williamsburg, a gunfight on a street corner between three men lead to one dying from a gunshot wound in the head, and two others wounded from shots in the back and guts.

Also in Williamsburg, a man sneaked up behind a man walking and talking on his phone and beat him up, knocked him down and stole his cellphone and ran to the subway.

Again in Williamsburg, an off-duty cop pulled a knife on another man after they both had an argument on the BQE.

And again in Williamsburg, a man held up a smoothie shop and robbed it of $300 with a pipe that the workers thought was a gun.

And again in Williamsburg, a man held up a bank with a note and the teller obliged him with cash.

And again in Williamsburg, a man who wears his vile ideological beliefs on his face with tattoos drove into a food delivery guy on his electronic motorized bicycle (a motorcycle).

In Fort Greene, a man fighting with his wife during a domestic dispute threw a bottle at her but missed and hit his 4-year-old son in the head.

In Gravesend, a man robbed another man of his cellphone and cash after he dined and hung out with him in a restaurant.

Also in Gravesend, a man grabbed a commuter’s junk on the D train.

In Dyker Heights, a man broke into a unlocked van and stole $400

In Kensington at the Ditmars Ave. Station, a man pummeled a 69-year-old man in the face on the F train and threw him off when it arrived at the station.

Also in Kensington, a man stalked then assaulted an 81-year-old man as he entered his apartment building.

In Bensonhurst, an off duty EMT worker threatened to stab another EMT worker with a spoon if he took up space in his bed. (S&M spooning?)

And somewhere in Brooklyn on some subway train, two women got into an argument over a seat. As a woman went ballistic on another woman, accusing her of stealing it from her daughter, then started cursing her out as she told her kid to push her off and then proceeded to shove her herself and then spat on her. With a closer look, it looks like the alleged victim tried to squeeze herself into the seat cramming the two little girls to the side, which probably would have set any mother off.

Queens

In Jamaica, a man got shot in a nite club and then tried to drive himself to the nearest hospital but wound up crashing his car and died.

In Sunnyside, a man was found dead in a hotel room with his throat slashed.

In Cambria Heights, a man was shot 3 times at point blank range and killed as he sat in his van.

In Queens Village, a man was jumped by two men as he exited his car and got shot in the face.

Also in Queens Village, an off-duty cop pulled a gun on his girlfriend and threatened to kill her.

In Jamaica Estates, a man who runs a HVAC business poured liquid mercury into air conditioners of a home to poison people who complained about his lousy service.

In Flushing, an abandoned house went on fire leading to injuries of two men squatting inside and 10 firefighters trying to put it out. It was set by man associated with the MS-13 gang.

Also in Flushing, two men invaded a room being rented by a man from Chicago and held him up at knifepoint and robbed $30,000 from him after they forced him to strip.

Again in Flushing, a man got caught by the cops and arrested when he poorly stashed a gun under a car’s wheel.

Photo via Twitter/@NYPD109Pct

And again in Flushing, three men ditched a nite club without paying their $120 bill and mercilessly beat up an employee who tried to stop them by kicking and punching him.

And again in Flushing, a 14-year-old boy was sucker punched in the face by a man as he was walking up the stairs exiting the Main St. Station.

In Long Island City, a man rooming with two other men was caught robbing the apartment and then slashed them with a knife when they tried to hold him down for the cops to show up.

In Ozone Park, two men followed then stabbed another man multiple times on the street following an argument between them.

Also in Ozone Park on the A train stopping at the 104th St. Station, a man wanted for jerking off on the train in front of two other women while obscuring his lascivious deed with a backpack was caught yanking his crank in front of 19 year-old woman.

In Corona, three men held up a man at gunpoint in his car and robbed his backpack containing a payroll of $80,000. The trio is also wanted in two similar robberies in Harlem and Flushing.

Also in Corona, a woman’s poodle was murdered by a neighbor’s two pit bulls.

Again in Corona, a man flipped out in a grocery store when he threw a suitcase at a clerk when his debit card was declined when he tried to buy a beverage.

And again in Corona, as well as North Corona, Jackson Heights and Elmhurst, a man has broken into and burglarized 13 homes making off with $100,000 in cash and merchandise.

The 13 locations hit in the burglary pattern. (Map via Google Maps)

In Jackson Heights, a man was attacked and beaten down by two men while they yelled homophobic slurs at him and a transgender woman was stabbed by a man following a gay pride parade.

Also in Jackson Heights at the 74th Ave./Roosevelt Ave. Station, a 20-year-old man and a 16-year-old boy jumped a man on the underground train platform and barrelled him with punches and kicks, breaking his jaw.

Again in Jackson Heights at the 74th Ave/Roosevelt Ave. Station, a man grabbed a woman’s butt and reached under her shirt on the platform as the train arrived, then grabbed her ass again when they boarded the E train.

And again in Jackson Heights, a rivet crashed through a window of a man’s business office from transit infrastructure renovations on the elevated train tracks.

In Maspeth, a diner featured in the greatest non-fiction mob movie of all time “Goodfellas” burned to the ground in a massive fire around 5 p.m.. The diner, which still was in business, decided to close that day, which incidentally is reminiscent of the scene when Jimmy, Tommy and Henry burned down the Bamboo Lounge. Only now it’s city government determining what businesses and landmarks stands and goes.

It also eerily gives the impression that there could possibly be another young man running corrupted errands and paying dues in his aspirations to become a gangster.

Also in Maspeth, a man broke into a nail salon and robbed it of $2,000.

In Lefrak City, a mentally disturbed man punched a cop in the face during his arrest.

In Middle Village, a man held up two banks in a span of thirty minutes, only able to get a paltry amount from the second bank he robbed.

In Ridgewood, a man carjacked two vehicles at gunpoint in three days. First with 3 other men, the second by himself.

Also in Ridgewood, a woman was held up at knifepoint and robbed of her purse by a man who she trusted to find her car and went along with him to his house to charge her phone.

In Briarwood, a man approached a 12-year-old girl on the sidewalk and gave her a dollar then grabbed her breasts when she let the perverted weirdo hug her.

In Bayside, three men drove up to a house on one motorcycle (!!!) and broke the front door window with a hammer then held up two workers inside at gunpoint and robbed them of $1,000 and a cellphone.

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Also in Bayside, a man broke into a nail salon and an ice cream parlor, stealing a total of $3,750 by destroying an ATM and a cash register and unplugging the freezers.

In Floral Park, a car crash caused an ambulette to flip over, injuring 2 people.

In Forest Hills, a man tried to rob a bank but left when the teller took too long to get the money.

Also in Forest Hills on the E train, Showtime went awry when a dancer kicked a commuter in the leg, then punched him in the face and ran away with his dance partner.

In Rosedale, a man once arrested for police impersonation and made bail for it was caught with possessing a handgun, a shotgun, 370 bullet cartridges and police i.d.’s and a kevlar vest from the FBI during a drug investigation.

In Astoria, a man wearing only his briefs was found and rescued from the East River just before the current was about to take him towards the machinery of a power plant. Below is a dramatization of what could have resulted.

Also in Astoria, four men attacked and beat up a man and robbed a woman’s cellphone inside a pizzeria after a dispute with them.

In Kew Gardens, an idiot brought a fake grenade into the Queens County Courthouse.

In Bellerose, a fire broke out in a home, killing an 82-year-old woman.

In Far Rockaway, a woman burned to death inside her apartment.

In Jamaica, a woman died in a fire in her house surrounded and subsumed by all her hoarded belongings.

In Rikers Island, the woman who killed two toddlers with her car when she ran a red light in Park Slope was beaten up by a fellow inmate in the cafeteria.

Manhattan

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In the Upper East and West Sides, a man stole cellphones off the hands of seven people while riding his bicycle. To all those shitheads who are inducing society to conduct consumer and financial transactions and the worst fucking transit system in the universe attempting to phase out metrocards to pay to ride using cellphones, you better fucking reconsider this method.

In Chinatown, a driver for an app-based service told two drunk women he picked up in Gowanus to leave his car because they were being a nuisance by making out in the back seat, playing their cellphones loud and one of them putting her feet by the driver’s seat. But all anyone knows about this incident is the driver’s inappropriate reaction and bias and not the women’s obnoxious behavior, sense of entitlement and their exploitation of a feminist rights and sexual identity politics movement.

In Times Square at the station of the same name, a man punched a conductor in the face while the train was moving, which was the sixth assault on transit workers in the last month which includes an L train conductor and 2 others also getting punched, a 4 train conductor getting spat on and called a racial slur when he announced the train was going local and a maintenance worker forced to take leave after being berated by commuter.

Also in Times Square at the Port Authority Terminal, a man living in his car parked on the fifth level was caught and arrested in possession of two guns, hollow-point bullets and a machete.

In Downtown Manhattan, a man wanted for hold-up robberies of GameStop stores got arrested after he held up a jewelry store at knifepoint and robbed it of $13,000 following to other holdups in a mattress store and a vitamin store.

In Turtle Bay, a man attempted to dance with a woman in a douche bar, angering her boyfriend who whipped out a knife and stabbed him in the gut and proceeded to attack and slash four of his friends he was with.

In Washington Square Park, a Samaritan who witnessing a fight between two men got assaulted by one of them with a tarp full of lug nuts.

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In Greenwich Village, three men were shot at inside a hookah bar after an argument between two men who bumped into each other.

In Kips Bay, a man was beaten and stabbed to death in his sleep by a homeless man he gave aid to, inside his room at a group home.

Also in Kips Bay, ten teenage boys living in the ACS center by Bellevue Hospital ganged up and brutally beat down a man for his cell phone

In Tribeca, a woman yelled a racial slur then bashed a woman with a metal suitcase to her face who was just passing by her.

In Midtown, a popular rapper was shot at as he exited a swank hotel at 5 a.m.

Also in Midtown, two people committed suicide, one man who jumped from the 16th floor of a luxury residential building and a woman who leapt from the 17th floor of a hotel.

In the East Village, a vendor trying to stop two men from stealing his flowers got savagely beaten down to the ground by them, leaving him with a broken nose.

Also in the East Village, a man stalked a woman to her apartment building and grabbed her from behind inside the hallway and stole her purse.

Again in the East Village, a man with a cane snatched a wallet from a customer in a cafe then ran away.

And again in the East Village, a street art photo exhibit installation got heavily tagged with less aesthetically pleasing graffiti.

In Harlem, a brawl broke out in a funeral home that spilled out into the street, leading to the arrests of two people.

Also in Harlem, a man got shot to death on the street after an argument with his killer.

Again in Harlem, two men were falsely accused by NYPD detectives for a shooting incident as they proceeded to search them by throwing one to the ground and another against a scaffolding pole in a vain though fascistic illegal search for a gun in full view of passerby and with cellphone cameras rolling. The men were then cuffed and taken to the station house and threatened with being tased for “talking too much”.

In Hudson Heights, two men shot a bodega worker in the stomach in a hold up gone wrong.

In Hamilton Heights, a dead decomposing body of a dead man was found under a tree at Riverside Park.

In the Financial District, a man impersonating a cop threatened to kill another man after being cordial with him.

In Chelsea, a man talking to a woman on the street was hit by a car driven by a man with a suspended license and wound up in a coma.

Also in Chelsea, a man threatened an employee at a chain donut shop and robbed him of $500.

Again in Chelsea, a woman caught shoplifting in a department store got away when she threatened the guard with a hypodermic needle.

In Hell’s Kitchen, 15 kids wielding baseball bats started an old fashioned rumble that escalated into hundreds of students from two high schools fighting on the street.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man killed himself as he collided into van with his dirtbike.

In Downtown Manhattan, a naked lady was running around with a stick and bashing it on any car she saw.

In East Harlem, a cop was struck by a car when she stepped into the street on the side of a van illegally parked in the bus lane.

In the Upper East Side, a homeless man barricaded himself inside a rental van while it was idling and obstructing traffic, giving witnesses the impression that it was an attempt to set off a bomb.

In the Upper West Side, a man hit his girlfriend with a hammer then set her on fire following an argument inside her apartment.

Also in the Upper West Side at the 72nd Street Station, an elderly serial groper grinded his wrinkled genitals up against a 27-year-old woman as the 1 train arrived.

Again in the Upper West Side, a hospitality executive renting a room for over 2 grand from Airbnb was greeted by a rat who crawled on him in bed

In Union Square, a man and woman broke into a pizzeria and robbed it of $10,000 from a safe. The restaurant was burglarized twice before by the suspected duo.

In Gramercy Park, three teenage boys approached a man feigning to ask for the time ambushed him from behind and knocked him out and robbed his belongings after severely beating and choking him

Also in Gramercy Park, a man assaulted a chain drug store employee who tried to stop him from stealing deodorant.

In Stuyvesant Town, a man is leaving various kinds of rotting food in front of apartment doors.

On the Manhattan Bridge, a man riding his bike killed himself when he hit a support beam even though he wore a helmet.

In Grand Central Station, a stupid rat trying to run up the up escalator got cavalierly kicked by a commuter.

At the Columbus Circle Station on the A train, a big fat cop brought his Segway on the train and left immediately when commuters looked at him with combined befuddlement and disgust.

(welcome back, gothamishit)

Staten Island

In New Brighton, a man drove up to a house with people hanging out in front and shot at them.

In South Beach, a man was found dead floating in water by the shore.

In Mariners Harbor, shots were fired in front of a playground and a man shot at a house.

In Bulls Head, a man and a woman held up a hardware store at knifepoint.

In New Springfield, a five-alarm fire that was ignited by a child playing with a lighter engulfed two houses leading to injuries to twenty firemen. One of the homes belonged to a fire marshal.

Also in New Springfield, a man broke into a teacher’s car an hour before sunrise and stole her handbag.

In West Brighton, a man that was shot on a street corner was caught possessing bags of crack and a loaded gun.

Also in West Brighton, a man was hit by a flatbed trailer attached to a pick-up truck as it kept driving and ignored the yelling of witnesses.

In Stapleton, a man was killed crossing the street by a drunk driver who tried to speed off but was stopped by a relative who punched through the window and then at the driver’s face.

In St. George, a man squatting inside an apartment building set it on fire with a candle that spread to neighboring buildings and initially tried to put it out with his dick.

The Gentrification Of A Beach And Federal Park Part II And III: It’s Failure And The Ludicrous New Effort

493The screen and seating areas. Pathetic.

Riis Park, Gateway National Park, Rockaway Beach, Queens, N.Y., U.S.A.

Here is part one

Rockaway Beach, the biggest beach in the greater N.Y. area and arguably the east coast, immortalized in song, and thanks to moneyed interests whom are persistent, oblivious and crass, ripe for picking.

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There they go and went again. This is second year in a row that the Central Park Conservancy, Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Rockaway Artists Alliance attempt to remake/remodel a beach for the bogus rationale of having a movie night in a park, a gimmick that has seen widespread popularity in the past few years in parks in this city and other major cities across the country. The reason for this alleged philanthropy is to bring vibrancy, diversity and revitalization to the beach, which was rocked by Hurricane Sandy 6 years ago wherein this particular spot was used as a landfill for all the debris and damage from the devastating fires of Breezy Point and the destruction of half of the original boardwalk eastward.

Riis Park, known as the “people’s beach”, designed by the notorious city planner, architect and segregator Robert Moses, is mostly visited by Blacks, Hispanics (ranging from various nations), even Russians and gay people (the gay community has a long history with this beach). It is still, as it always was, visited by millions of people of all races and nationalities. The need for diversity and vibrancy is in fact, moot and redundant.

Here was the turnout of their “film festival”, which consisted of one movie,”School Of Rock”.

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Less than hundred people sat down on the dirty sand for 2 hours to watch a movie on what looks like a giant raft or the bottom severed off a bouncy castle, which are tied down with cables and looks a bit perilous. The audio was horrible because of the consistent gale force winds which should be expected since it’s by a town known as the aforementioned Breezy Point.

Meanwhile by the bazaar, the restaurant was shut down and all the attractions bailed out leaving the boardwalk bare except for a makeshift stand taking donations for the former mayor’s philanthropic organization who along with the brass at Gateway thought this was a smashing idea again. This time with lower turnout than last year.

This festival is happening in congruence with the daily beach bazaar going on by the parks toilets, which is being run by some perpetually failing event planners and promoters from Greenpoint, Brooklyn, after their original space shut down, were awarded a 3 year contract from the National Parks Service promoted by a semi-major local newsblog who are friends of theirs, to bring what one of the organizers claimed, to bring “Brooklyn” to Queens (not that condescending or insulting, but they are invading hipsters, and as the record shows, useful idiots for gentrification).

Although one concession stand did remain open and was just as vibrant, although in competition with the RAA, Bloomberg’s and the Central Park Conservancy’s second vain and sad attempt to revitalize the beach. And it was the beach bazaar’s star chef Whitley Aycock. While the movie was running, Mr. Aycock was blasting music from his stand and drowning out the audio from the movie as if the wind wasn’t enough. And continued to do so in spite of complaints from visitors and park management.

The following week at the bazaar, Whitty was blasting some music that was quite vulgar that offended passerby. When one person requested that he maybe should play something else, Whitty proceeded to pump up the volume out of spite, leading him to get ejected by the folks of Gateway and begrudgingly his Riis Park Bazaar admirers, for the rationale that it was a “family beach”.

Well, they should have thought of that before the folks they awarded that contract to who then decided to hire this guy to run his concession stand of overpriced and little pizza pies to begin with. Mr Aycock has been wreaking havoc for a few years running a joint with a hedge funder in Rockaway Park at the now shuttered Playland Inn.  After trying to run a conventional pizzeria, he started yelling at customers, mostly the area black kids from the neighborhood and changed his format to whole pies at upscale prices, and continued to be a cantankerous sore to his new clientele which had a pervasive influence on his equally surly and pompous staff. As time went on, and a few more hipster themed barstaurants opened up, Aycock became quite the habitual criminal. He grew pot inside his restaurant, which drew attention of the police station 2 blocks away, and tried to convince/fool two patrolmen that it was just herbs for his overpriced dining fare and wound up getting arrested. Reportedly, the staff and some customers came to his defense by actually getting physical and obscenely yelling at the cops as they were frogmarching his ass out the door. Imagine if that happened at a restaurant with Black or Spanish people.

Things continued to get worse, since being a flaming diarrhetic asshole does not make for good business acumen and his investors attempts at gentrification with their arty hotel did not get any patrons except for homeless people for a little while, his pizza place shut down, leaving him temporary no place to create his revolutionary pies. The day he closed, he left a message for the fine folks in the community who just couldn’t appreciate his talent nor his putrid existence by putting a paper plate telling the town to go fuck itself.

A few days later, Aycock showed up at his former digs with a forklift and was busted breaking and entering into his old restaurant trying to steal the oven by destroying the wall in the back of the building. Then he had the nerve to sue the proprietor by claiming ownership of the oven.

After this recidivist juvenile delinquent behavior, which would have landed anyone else in Rikers, he was approached by  Gateway and the Riis Park Beach bozos and was contracted to cook for the bazaar and open his new place, despite the fact that it was October and the event was supposed to end at the official end of summer. But Gateway decided to let it continue through the cold seasons and early spring with this menace working in their kitchen working aside a ridiculous craft beer and cocktail bar beside them. These creative types were basically given a place to hang out for almost a year despite making no business or money for the park and beach. A veritable tax payer funded social club.

The Riis Park Bazaar is a big colossal joke and a failure. It does get patrons, the dopes who wait on line for food that are quite ubiquitous in the now tony parts of Brooklyn but not enough to truly influence a massive dramatic change in scenery and demographics. And the performances they have there is barely audible because of, well the friggin’ wind makes the acoustics there lousy.

Mostly and historically, the majority of people that go to Riis bring their own food, beverages and entertainment. Mostly, nobody gives a damn about this bazaar, and are clearly not intimidated by it. And the set up of this is clearly seen as the obvious farce and ruse it is.

So much for bringing “Brooklyn” to Queens. Mostly, so much for a pathetic lame attempt bringing the gilded age, disposable income, frivolous spending, obnoxious, entitled hipster lifestyle to spread across the beach in the hopes of turning it into the Hamptons with a more convenient commute.

But apparently, the national parks service to privatize parkland and beaches is not over. Now there is a new and preposterously dumber and scarily more powerful invader. Starting today, Gateway now will like to present the new vibrant movement for superfluous revitalization-“Glamping”.

Yes, Fort Tilden, which for the past 3 years has been inundated with the preferable hipster demographic whose access to the beach as been aided by extended and shockingly consistent bus service from the gentrified nabes of Brooklyn and burgeoning gentrifying nabes in northwest Queens with the Q35 and now with the new ferries in an area. Not even disclosed by Gateway or even on the organizers bland website for the money pissing bargain of $200 or $250 dollars a night, you can rent a tent on the sand with encroaching and unpredictable tides and sleep in a queen size bed with rugs and furniture. Amenities include continental breakfast, campfires, use of bicycles, actual butler service and s’mores.

This is not only insane, no, this is only insane. And lookie here, some of these sponsors have actually done event work in the Hamptons.

I have a line for the existence and the mental malaise and utter willful insensitivity that inspires this creativity and that is “this is why Trump is president”. It takes some new significance considering that he dedicated his presidential salary to the national parks dept. which are dwarfed by the looming cuts in next year’s fiscal budget. Although to be fair, this glamping thing has apparently been going on for a while, even under Figurehead Obama. So chalk up another lame contribution and rotten asset from the former first black president.

While this is going on, how are they going to secure the grounds? Will extra security in the form of state police and park rangers be deployed there as personal security or will these event planning assholes have their own security contractors? Especially since the “guests” will be there all night. What about lifeguards, which are already understaffed throughout the Rockaways?

And of course, there is the major concern about the forces of nature. As mentioned before, this is the windiest part of the beach and the waters here are hazardous even during the day.

Being that it will be there for a month, who knows what will happen and what kind of environment it will be for other visitors to Fort Tilden or even east at Riis. But this concept is so ludicrous and so similar to criminal abomination of the Frye Festival that it’s destined to fail as well. But the fact that money and effort is being spent like this to change the outlook of a public beach is just horrendous, immature and spiteful.

I guess the natural gas pipeline that was dropped into the ocean a few years ago is not paying any dividends, for it was actually the only new infrastructure that was installed in the last few years. And the classic bathhouses and former diner and lodge on the Riis boardwalk has not got any buyers yet and is now basically a piss room for people waiting for the bus to arrive.

This is just another sign of the times. It’s the bastardization of doing something normal and routine like enjoying a day at the beach and trying to make a gross profit from it and trying to disenfranchise people of that vibe. There is really no need for these entrepreneurs or “creators” and “makers” as they lamely think of themselves. For they are not contributing anything to these locations and are forcing these lifestyles on people. Especially the motherfucking sponsors of terraglamping, one of many heinous portmanteaus foisted on this revolting zeitgeist from the sharing economy. These people continue to get rejected, mocked and reviled by the citizenry and they still persist.

The message can’t be more transparent, they need to get the fuck out for the good of society and humankind.