The Blaz era is finally and mercifully over but his contribution to the New Bad Days of will go down in history as the greatest regression of New York City in 50 years and will surely continue to plague this town for years to come.
With the exception of burglary which went down mostly because people are still home or not working because of the continuing pandemic (which the Blaz prolonged with his idiotic mandates but that’s another post for another day), all other felony index crimes went up, notably murders and shootings which have not reached these plateaus in nearly 20 years. Rapes and sexual assaults also saw distressing inclines as well as muggings and car theft. The biggest crime wave that enveloped the city were hate crimes with most of the bias attacks being committed against Asians and Jewish people by predominantly Black people, although most of the aggressors were emotionally disturbed.
Not listed on COMPSTAT is people killed by fires in the last year which went up by 16%.
The Blaz’s continuing abdication of his role in keeping mass transit running smoothly led to the rise of subway crime and violence. His indifference to his persistently dangerous homeless shelters led to another rise of homelessness sheltering in subway trains and stations and his failed mental health farce run by his tax boondoggle wife has led to a blowback of suicides that also went up in the subway as well. To illustrate how dangerous the rails have devolved to, a woman made a viral video locking herself to a pole with a cheap bike chain and lock to avoid getting randomly pushed to the tracks (it was on an elevated platform too), even though she was already making her vulnerable to getting mugged or even killed by other means by trapping herself.
This woman wasn’t the only one taking preemptive measures to somewhat protect herself, the fine folks running Bank of America in their tower lair in Bryant Park advised their employees to loosen their ties and leave their suits at home when they commute to work, fearing their attire would make them easy marks for muggings, turning casual Friday to casual everyday.
Speaking of being trapped and living in fear, with former mayor de Blasio’s maniacal insistence and persistence to reopen the schools full time, NYC schools had to deal with the double threat of coronavirus and gun violence (with the remainder the usual bullying that still traditionally goes on in public and parochial schools) during a deleterious period of under-staffing of school safety officers on account of de Blasio’s extortion vaccine mandate. While a handful of guns confiscated were reportedly gang related, a lot of students are bringing myriad weapons to protect themselves to add to the 28% rise in confiscations compared to 2 years ago. Also speaking of being trapped and living in fear, the last month at Rikers under de Blasio’s reign and his shit lib buddy interim D.O.C. commish Schiraldi continued to mire in chaos and decay as another 3 inmate died inside the prison complex, surely enhanced by a sharp drop in C.O. personnel that didn’t comply with the extortion mandate.
But de Blasio saved his best worst for the last on the streets of New York (besides his monstrously illegal destruction of East River Park). As if he was suddenly reminded that there was a mass drug abuse crisis with over 2,000 people dying of drug overdoses from heroin and fentanyl, seemingly forgetting all about it because he was busy ignoring the rise in crime and homelessness while shilling vaccines and trying to machinate an economic recovery for the city, The Blaz got the gumption to open two doping intake centers in two predominantly BIPOC neighborhoods in East Harlem and Washington Heights.
While these facilities have proven to be effective to prevent overdoses in other nations, The Blaz still found a way to fuck up another progressive program by also permitting junkies to smoke crack, meth and K-2 in them as well. Another thing he royally fucked up was placing these smack/crack houses by grade schools and day care centers. This has set off alarm bells among the small business owners and residents of these communities, that even Al Sharpton returned to the streets to protest against them like he did when he painted scarlet letters on crack houses in Brownsville and Bed-Stuy back in the 80’s. And as with everything Bill de Bacle touches it comes with his recidivist corruption, as he circumvented state laws to approve permits to turn to uptown neighborhoods into Hampsterdams and like with the Department of Social Services and the city’s dangerous homeless shelters, the city’s Department of Health is letting the non-profits who are running these smack/crack houses monitor themselves regarding the treatment of the junkies and the budgeting as well.
And of course when talking about the streets, lets not forget de Blasio’s other massive failure that is Vision Zero, which has led to rise in casualties and accidents despite the city’s hostile and spiteful street redesigns and infrastructure all to punitively abolish the existence of cars from the streets.
To top it all off, de Blasio’s heinous indifference and insouciance to over 100,000 criminal actions under his watch last year as led to the crushing low morale in the NYPD, that a majority of cops don’t even want to patrol and protect and serve in NYC anymore, a collective dismaying despondence that has New York’s finest turning their backs on the citizenry like they turned their backs to The Blaz 7 years ago.
Bill de Blasio spent 2021 lamely trying to bring a recovery for all of us, but the city of New York begins 2022 in a state of deBlastopia.
In Morningside Heights, a man stabbed another man to death in a random attack in the park as the victim was heading home to after having soccer practice with his team. The victim then bled to death on a nearby street corner. The deranged gangbanger then went 13 blocks south to randomly attack another man by stabbing him twice in the back. Then he tried to continue his bloody streak by Central Park where he tried to attack a couple and swung his knife at the man. The man and his girlfriend continued to flee from the killer, which was enough time for the cops to catch him in the act and arrest him to stop his bloody spree.
Also in Morningside Heights at the 116th St. Station, a man pushed a Citibike he stole into a woman on the platform and yelled bigoted remarks at her. The perp assaulted another person with another Citibike at the 96th St. Station a month earlier as he tried to force himself onto an elevator. Following his arraignment for that assault, a judge let him off without bail.
In Midtown, a man holding a sawed-off shotgun under his chin got into a hour-long standoff with militarized cops in front of the entrance of the United Nations. NYPD also deployed snipers to stand by. Security at the UN let the distraught man to turn in notebooks he was carrying to an official and then he went back outside and surrendered.
Also in Midtown at the 49th St. Station, a man beat another man to a bloody pulp following an argument on the platform.
Again in Midtown at the 59th St./Lexington Ave. Station, a man yelled bigoted slurs at a woman and threatened to stab her with one of his two shivs he made from pieces of wood.
And again in Midtown, a man got stabbed in the leg following a chase and during a brawl with a man who tried to steal a handbag from his vendor table.
And again in Midtown, a homeless man climbed to the top of a Christmas tree in front of the Fox News Network building and set it on a fire, burning the tree to a crisp. The man got released on his own recognizance following his arrest the next day because arson is not a serious enough crime unless someone perishes and dies from the flames, even though he was having malicious thoughts all day long about burning it. Fox’s Tannebaum homage costs a half of million dollars to set up.
A week before the pyromaniac declared a war on Christmas against FOX, the kook flashed his penis to a gaggle of reporters who were outside of the courthouse where the Ghislaine Maxwell trial was going on Downtown.
And again in Midtown, a man got caught lifting a wallet out of a woman’s purse by cops patrolling Rockefeller Center by the big ass tree. He was easy to spot because the pickpocket thief has been arrested 30 times before for petty larceny and was let go with desk appearance tickets every single time.
And again in Midtown at the 7th Ave. Station, a man slapped another man in the face after borrowing his cellphone because he saw a picture on it that looked gay to him.
In Times Square, a man punched a store owner in the face after he was asked to put on a face mask.
Also in Times Square, a man shoplifted women’s clothes and accessories from a clothing store and then injured a cop who was trying to arrest him after catching him trying to flee. The owners of the retail fashion chain ordered the store manager to drop the case because they didn’t want to contribute to the “carceral” system by putting another man in jail, even though the crook had a long record of arrests for petty larceny.
In East Harlem, at the 125th St. Station, a man pulled out a gun and shot at two other men multiple times as they boarded the 4 train. Their assailant is still on the loose.
Also in East Harlem, a 14-year-old girl caught a stray bullet in the leg while she was walking to her cousin’s apartment on the grounds of the Wagner Houses. A man ran away from the crime scene.
In Harlem, cops confiscated over 50 cars with illegal temporary license plates and found three loaded guns during searches of them.
Also in Harlem, a man shot at another man after he failed to car-jack him as his mark hit the gas and fled, who happened to be an off-duty cop.
Again in Harlem, a man got shot in the shin while walking on the street.
And again in Harlem, a young man shot another man to death in front of a barber shop in broad daylight. The killer had a few hit rap songs on the Billboard charts.
In Inwood, two men got shot in front of an apartment building, one of them died from a point blank blast to the head.
Also in Inwood, two men got shot on the street from a drive-by.
In Washington Heights, a body cam caught on fire while a cop was wearing it inside his police station and then it exploded when he took off his jacket, leading the NYPD to recall 2,000 of them.
Also in Washington Heights, a man barged into a barber shop and yelled at a man inside and then shot him to death when he came outside to confront him.
In the Upper West Side, a homeless man walked up to woman on the sidewalk and punched her in the face after petting her dog, knocking some of her teeth out. Then he randomly punched another woman in the face in front of a kosher supermarket. The judge let the maniac loose without bail following his arraignment for the two assaults and another assault he committed in the summer that he had an arrest warrant for.
Also in the Upper West Side at the 79th St. Station, a man committed suicide by jumping in front of the arriving 1 train.
Again in the Upper West Side, a man stabbed a 71-year-old man with a screwdriver multiple times and robbed his wallet inside a deli.
And again in the Upper West Side, a homeless man sucker punched another 75-year-old homeless man from behind inside a bank ATM area and kicked him on the floor while he was down because the elderly man accidentally pissed on him while he was sleeping rough on the sidewalk.
In the Upper East Side, two men and a woman were caught by cops squatting inside a multi-million dollar townhouse that was abandoned by a high end fashion designer a decade ago.
Also in the Upper East Side, two off-duty firemen beat the hell out of another man at a bar following an argument.
Again in the Upper East Side, a man killed himself when he collided into the back of a delivery truck on his mini-motor scooter.
And again in the Upper East Side, a food delivery man lost control of his truck and hit and killed two men who were on the sidewalk. One of them was an app-food delivery guy on an ebike.
And again in the Upper East Side, a man pushed a stack of milk crates on a woman who was coming out of a store.
In Central Park, a man robbed and assaulted three men while exploiting kids to run a candy sale scheme when he and an accomplice lifted a man’s wallet during a bogus sale, punched two other men in the face in two incidents where his marks refused to buy sweets off him. Cops found him loitering in the park again and arrested him
In the East Village, a man was caught trespassing in a NYCHA building wandering around the hallways with a katana sword and trying to get into tenants apartments.
Also in the East Village, a man blew up his apartment at the Jacob Riis Houses by charging nine e-batteries to scooters and mini-bikes at once, which caused an explosion and a two alarm fire that left his wife with critical burns and that forced her teenage son and daughter to escape to safety by climbing out the window and using a pole outside the building to slide down.
The kids and their mother had no other escape from the apartment because the lock on the front door was broken, which the tenants made five previously complaints to NYCHA management to get it fixed. The mother wound up hospitalized in critical condition.
Again in the East Village, the Department of Transportation painted speed limit notifications on the street and misspelled MPH.
And again in the East Village, a man shot at someone on the street and shattered the window panes on a bus stop.
And again in the East Village at the Astor Pl. Station, a man got arrested for waving around a Bat pistol on the 6 train.
In the Lower East Side, an argument between two gangs on the street escalated when a man shot at another man at the notoriously violent Sara Roosevelt Park and a stray bullet penetrated the third floor window of a charter school.
Also in the Lower East Side at the Delancey St./ Essex St. Station, a man punched an MTA custodian in the face and then he took his dustpan and smacked him with it, knocking him out on the platform.
Again in the Lower East Side at the East Broadway Station, a man got into an argument with other men on the platform and then shot at them and ran away.
And again in the Lower East Side, a man got rowdy inside a bodega and punched a 77-year-old worker in the face as he was trying to get him out the store.
In Murray Hill, a man grabbed and molested a woman from behind as she was walking on the sidewalk and then he stole her cellphone.
Also in Murray Hill, a man punched a cop in the face and knocked her to the ground after she tried to stop him from shoplifting products from a chain pharmacy he already looted from before.
Again in Murray Hill, two teenage girls jumped a 75-year-old woman as she came out of her apartment building and knocked her down to the pavement and robbed her designer bag and her cellphone. Then they used her bank cards to buy shit at a store in the Upper East Side.
In Herald Square, a store at Macy’s got smashed into and a mannequin got stripped of over $1,000 worth of clothes and the thief left the dummy for dead lying on the sidewalk.
In Irving Square, an off-duty C.O. pulled out his gun in the middle of a concert at Irving Plaza during an argument with his girlfriend.
Also in Irving Square, two people got jabbed with an syringe on their asses during a rock concert.
In Alphabet City, a man fired his gun five times on the grounds of the Jacob Riis Houses.
In Tribeca, a roof blew off a restaurant shanty and landed onto the bike lane during a windy evening, causing injuries to a patron sitting inside.
Also in Tribeca, a man robbed the same department store nearly thirty times and finally got pinched by the cops after he fled with a case of red bulls.
Again in Tribeca at the Chambers St. Station, a man attacked and stabbed a woman in the stomach twice on the platform after she refused to open the emergency gate for him so he wouldn’t pay the fare.
In Chelsea, a man tried to torch two police cars parked in front of a precinct by pathetically trying to light rags on the gas caps. The fool arsonist previously got caught trying to light a patrol car ablaze at a precinct in Hell’s Kitchen back in August.
Also in Chelsea, a man grabbed a woman walking on the sidewalk under a scaffolding and pinned her to the pavement and tried to rip her clothes off but his rape attempt was thwarted by cops who caught him in the act.
Again in Chelsea, a homeless man attacked another man in front of a dollar slice pizzeria and stabbed him in the guts twice to steal his cellphone. Then the man ran down the block and tried to hide in a homeless shelter building where the provider’s main offices also are located.
In Penn Station, a garbage can caught on fire from sparks coming from the ceiling in the PATH station’s concourse corridor.
In Downtown Manhattan, a man drew swastikas on a column at the entrance of city hall and the big charging bull. The homeless fascist also tagged swastikas on a construction site wall in the area.
Also in Downtown Manhattan at the Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall Station, a man shoved a woman down the stairs from behind. Then he punched her in the face after she landed on the ground and tried to strip her clothes off but was stopped by a Samaritan before he got to rape her. But the deviant managed to flee.
In Chinatown at the Canal St. Station, a man attempted suicide by standing on the tracks as the 6 train arrived and ran him over but he was able to survive.
In Union Square, an off-duty cop drove his car the wrong way on the street while driving drunk.
In Washington Square Park, an actress who’s been playing a cop on TV for over two decades told a man to stop singing so she and her crew can shoot a scene for an episode of SVU.
A rapper is arranging freestyle rap videos on the subway trains on social media. I wonder how Omicron spread so fast?
In Greenwich Village at the West 4th St. Station, a man in his birthday suit walked on the trackbed and came close to frying himself on the third rail.
Meanwhile on the subway, a man takes a fountain piss on the C train.
In Astoria, vandals set a ring of fire around a tree at a playground.
Also in Astoria, an off-duty cop broke down the door of her girlfriend’s apartment during an argument.
Again in Astoria, a man shot another man in the leg on the street following an argument.
And again in Astoria, a woman got killed and another woman got wounded when two men shot at each other after a fight over the victim escalated in front of a niteclub where she was celebrating her and her twin sister’s birthdays. The victim worked as a school safety agent for the NYPD and her boyfriend, who also got wounded during the shootout, wound up arrested for gun possession. Her ex-boyfriend killer is still on the loose even after he got pulled over for speeding by cops in New Jersey, meaning the NYPD never put an APB on him.
In Woodside, an off-duty cop got jumped by a gang of three men in front of a nite club and got into a shootout with them when they tried to rob jewels off him. The cop managed to kill one of them while taking a bullets to his leg and chest during the fusillade exchange. The two others managed to flee, but one of the thugs got caught by cops at a Bronx hospital as he went to get his wounds treated the other suspect is still on the loose.
Also in Woodside at the 61 St. Station, a man fell on to the tracks and got stuck underneath the 7 train.
In Jamaica at the 169th St. Station, a homeless man grabbed a woman from behind and attempted to rape her on the stairwell and then fled when a witness caught him in the act.
Also in Jamaica, a man shot another man to death and wounded another man from point blank range at the front door of a house as three of his accomplices robbed the place during a home invasion robbery.
Again in Jamaica, a man strangled a woman and then shoved a gun in her face inside her apartment during a domestic dispute. The thug did this after he posted bail for savagely beating down a 68-year-old man to the concrete in East New York last summer.
And again in Jamaica, a man shot another man in the hand during an argument over a parking space in broad daylight.
And again in Jamaica, a man shot at two men from his car at a street corner during a drive-by, killing one of them in broad daylight.
In South Jamaica, a man shot a woman to death from across the street as she was about to enter her car following an argument.
In Elmhurst, a man walked into a grocery store and easily stole $72,000 that was left inside the cash register and waltzed back out to the street. Could be an inside job.
In Briarwood, a young man sneaked into a public school and cornered an 11-year-old boy inside a restroom and held him at knifepoint and stole a bottle of water from him. Then the kook randomly attacked a man on a street corner nearby and slashed him twice but only causing tears to his jacket.
Parents at school found out about the brazen holdup a week after the holdup by officials. Which entirely falls in line with how the Board of Education run by Bill de Blasio and Chancellor Porter has been informing parents of COVID-19 infections, by keeping everyone in the dark to maintain the Blaz’s illusory “gold standard”.
Also in Briarwood, a man stabbed his girlfriend to death inside his apartment with a sword during a domestic dispute. After he stuffed her in a closet, he called 911 and tried to fool cops into thinking her death was caused during a home invasion robbery.
In Ridgewood at the Seneca Ave. Station, a man grabbed a 64-year-old woman by her handbag as he tried to rip it off her, then he pulled her back as she tried to get on the M train and punched her in the head.
In Middle Village, a man held up another man at gunpoint in front of a corner store and stole a bag off of him in broad daylight.
Also in Middle Village, an argument and a brawl between two men at a homeless shelter escalated when one of them stabbed the other multiple times at the front door of the facility.
Again in Middle Village, a 79-year-old woman got killed by a hit-and-run driver as she was loading Christmas presents into her car.
In East Elmhurst, a man broke into his ex-girlfriends house through a window and shot another her current boyfriend to death after a tussle with him.
In Ozone Park, a rookie cop used taxpayer funded surveillance technology to stalk his ex-girlfriend.
In South Ozone Park, a man shot another man to death in the middle of a block. The victim survived a gang related mass shooting a year earlier.
In Long Island City, a woman died from a fire inside her apartment at the Queensbridge Houses. She was found with her wrists slashed when her body was recovered after the blaze.
In St. Albans, a woman got shot in the arm while she was sitting in a parked car at 1 a.m.
In Rockaway Beach, an 8th grade student threatened to shoot up a middle/high school and officials didn’t notify parents of the potential attack.
In Flushing, an elderly couple died in a fire that destroyed their apartment in the early morning hours as they slept.
Also in Flushing, a fugitive cow tried to escape on the 7 train.
Again in Flushing, a man walked into a Sikh temple and stole 50 bucks that was left on an alter and then pulled a gun on a man who caught and tried to stop him.
In Forest Hills, a man threw two boulders through the glass doors of a church.
Also in Forest Hills, a man stalked a woman to her apartment building and then grabbed her and held her at knifepoint inside the elevator but the woman fought back as he was trying to reach into her pockets and he ran off. Then the man stalked another woman to her apartment building and then got into the elevator with her and also held her up at knifepoint, compelling her to empty her purse. When the woman showed she had no money to give him, the man decided to sexually assault her when he tried to remove her pants but gave up when the woman resisted and he fled the building. The man was a registered sex offender who was dwelling at a hotel homeless shelter in Corona where the Department of Homeless Services placed him after serving time for raping a teenage girl and another woman along with other charges for robbery.
In Jackson Heights, a man got killed when he got hit by a city bus as he was jaywalking.
Also in Jackson Heights, a fight between two gangs on the street escalated when one man pulled out a gun and shot two men, killing one of them with a blast to the head.
In Rochdale Village, two men shot three men in a car during a drug deal gone wrong at a shopping mall parking lot and got away with his accomplice driving an SUV.
In Hollis, two men stabbed another man to death on the sidewalk nearby the victim’s house, then the suspects stabbed another man to death on the street in Jamaica about 90 minutes later. One of the killers was found by the cops and arrested at a hotel in Manhattan that was being used as a homeless shelter for people recently sprung from prison.
In Kew Gardens Hills, two men broke into a man’s house, held him up at gunpoint and then pistol whipped him and snatched his car keys and stole his Benz.
In Queens Village, a man got shot to death on a suburban block after midnight.
In Richmond Hill, a man drove up next to a parked car in his fancy car and shot at a man sitting inside in broad daylight as stray bullets spread all over the vicinity and fortunately did not hit anyone or anything.
In Willets Point, a man beat up a 17-year-old boy on the 7 train and then flashed a gun at him in an attempt to steal his cellphone.
On Roosevelt Island, a homeless woman attacked another woman with a pair of scissors and slashed her in the stomach on the F train.
In Murray Hill, a city council crony found three of his cars tagged with the word “refund”, meant to be a slight on his decision to cut funding from the NYPD last year. The actual real criminal offense here may be that a city official owns three cars.
In Corona, a woman left her two sons, ages 2 and 4, outside alone in front of her apartment building.
Car thefts and stolen car parts have doubled during the holidays in Southside Queens.
On Rikers Island, an inmate headbutted a C.O. on his nose after he refused to relinquish a razor blade he was hiding in his mouth inside an intake center.
In Rego Park, dozens of cops responded to an emergency call from a chain restaurant after they refused service to forty customers of not having vaccine passports (known here as the “Key To NYC”) and arrested six people for “trespassing”.
Also in Rego Park,, NYPD deployed over three dozen cops to enforce former Mayor Bill de Blasio’s key to NYC vaccine mandate at the Queens Center Mall. Where they bounced out a 5-year-old boy out of a restaurant for not having a vaccine passport.
After kicking the little boy and his mother out, the vaccinated and masked vaccine mandate gestapo proceeded to kick out other patrons lacking the key to NYC vax pass and arrested 5 others for refusing to leave.
In East New York, a man stole a school bus and rammed into a half dozen cars parked on a street while fleeing from the cops in pursuit and as citizens wailed and yelled in outrage at the leniency being displayed by the cops on the sidewalk, watching the demolition the thief caused.
Also in East New York, a man shot another man in the face following a dispute on the street.
Again in East New York, a MTA official got caught with a comical blow up doll inside his car.
And again in East New York, two men attacked a cashier and punched his face multiple times at a fast food restaurant because they didn’t get their food order fast enough.
In Bed-Stuy, a man shot his friend to death on the street where they both lived on.
Also in Bed-Stuy, a man shot another man to death from behind in the middle of a courtyard at the Henry Houses in the dead of night.
Again in Bed-Stuy, a man shot two men in their legs on the street in broad daylight. Both victims claimed they did not know who their assailant was.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a man died from a fire inside his apartment at the Breevort Houses.
In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man walked up to four men hanging out in front of a bodega and shot at all of them.
In City Line at the Grant Ave. Station, a man shot at another man on the A train.
In East Flatbush, a man shot a bodega worker to death when he went behind the counter and started brawling with him after he demanded $500. The killer was a regular customer there and had an argument with the worker over the price of a sandwich he ordered from them before he decided to rob the store later on. The victim was running the store for his father who was planning his wedding in Yemen.
Also in East Flatbush, a gang of boys surrounded a 67-year-old man on the sidewalk after bullying him on a city bus that they just got kicked off of and then they threw a hammer at him and pummeled him to the pavement.
Again in East Flatbush, a man got shot in the back in front of a niteclub.
And again in East Flatbush, a couple drove all the way from Georgia to a nursing home where they attempted to drop the woman’s father off at and threatened to shoot him if he didn’t get out of their car. Cops arrived and searched the car and found two loaded 9mms and three other guns with 100 rounds of ammo in their trunk.
In Canarsie, two men got shot in the middle of the street, one died and the other wounded man who survived wouldn’t identify their assailant to the cops.
Also in Canarsie, three men got shot on the street, one fatally from a blast to the throat in front of a Jamaican restaurant.
Again in Canarsie, a woman got into a brawl with cops and choked one of them when they tried to arrest her son to her house after he ran to hide there after stole beer from a bodega.
And again in Canarsie, two men got shot in front of a chain Carribean restaurant, one of them died from his wounds.
In Ocean Hill, a man got shot twice on the street in broad daylight.
In East Williamsburg, two cops responding to an emergency call at the Bushwick Houses went up to an apartment where they interviewed a man at the front door and then two shots went off. Instead of rushing in, the cops awkwardly asked him to enter the apartment with his permission, but the man immediately demurred a refusal and the cops turned their bodycams off and walked away.
The two cops did return when police backup came to answer a call about the shots they heard and ignored and arrested a man who attempted to escape out the second floor window. The other cops arrested the other man during an actual search and found the gun used and also a credit card duplicating machine and scales to measure cocaine. The cops had their badges and guns taken away from them, but transferred them to desk duty assignment, allowing them to keep their jobs as do nothing city workers.
In Williamsburg, a man got shot to death from a point blank blast to his chest during a drug deal gone bad on the street in front of a NYC Transit staircase.
Also in Williamsburg, a paraprofessional instructor pushed a student from behind then fondled her breast in the hallway at a high school.
In Bushwick, three men held up an electronics store at gunpoint and robbed it of $14,000 in cash, jewels and merchandise after they pistol whipped a worker and a customer and all three got away in a Benz.
Also in Bushwick, a homeless man was found dead and bleeding on the sidewalk with his throat slashed.
Again in Bushwick, a man shot another man in the shoulder on the street near midnight.
In Brownsville, a man shot another man to death on the street in broad daylight.
Also in Brownsville, a man got shot to death in front of a church.
Again in Brownsville, a man shot another man to death in front of an apartment building in broad daylight where a homicide occurred inside an apartment there a few months earlier.
In Crown Heights, an emotionally disturbed man got shot to death by the cops when he charged at them with a knife. The man initially called 911 on himself and when the cops arrived, the man disobeyed their orders to relinquish his knives and decided to run into the nearest subway station where the cops shot their tasers at him and they had no effect and then he ran back onto the street where he met his fate.
The cops had two previous altercations with the man in other incidents when he jumped out a window and stabbed himself. Being that this was the third and last time the cops had to handle this man’s issues (is there a three strikes and your dead rule for the mentally disturbed in NYC?), where were the so called mental health social workers from Bill de Blasio’s tax boondoggle wife’s THRIVE municipal office that were supposed to aid the NYPD to avoid deadly ramifications like this? The family of the man felt that the NYPD’s used excessive force.
Also in Crown Heights, a man shot another man in the foot inside the lobby of an apartment building.
In Midwood, a gang of ten men chased a man down the street and then caught up to him and beat him down to the pavement as one of them smashed a chair over his head. Then they rifled through his pockets and robbed whatever belongings or cash he had on him.
In Sunset Park, a man snatched a bag containing $5,000 from a trading outlet store from a worker and then he shoved her to the pavement when she tried to grab him and ran down the street.
Also in Sunset Park at the 36th Station, a man randomly pushed another man onto the tracks.
Again in Sunset Park, two men loitering inside an apartment building followed a tenant heading up the stairs and they both held him up at gunpoint in front of his apartment and proceeded to pistol whip him and shoot him in both legs.
And again in Sunset Park, a man loitering and pacing in front of building talking to himself randomly lashed out at a woman walking with her daughter and son on the sidewalk by him and then flashed a knife at them because he thought the boy called him a crackhead. Then the man tried to stab him and his sister, but their mother jumped in their way and got slashed in the stomach protecting them.
In Coney Island, three men feigning to be maintenance workers doing COVID tracing broke into a man’s apartment and beat the resident down to the floor and one of them slashed him with a knife just to steal his cellphone. Then the thugs went into a bodega to get bandaids because one of them slashed himself during the robbery.
In Brighton Beach, a man got shot to death and another man got wounded during a pot deal gone bad inside an apartment being rented by an Airbnb host.
In Sheepshead Bay at the 16th St. Station, a man committed suicide when the Q train ran over him as he was lying on the tracks.
Also in Sheepshead Bay, a man broke into the same synagogue on three occasions during Haunukah and robbed $2,000 from the donation box.
In Bensonhurst, a man lit up a fire inside a bodega with a cigarette lighter.
Also in Bensonhurst, a man failed to rob a bank when he feigned to have a gun by gesturing with his hand.
Again in Bensonhurst, a man shot another man to death over a woman inside a rowhouse. The killer also attempted to shoot his ex-girlfriend during the home invasion.
In Downtown Brooklyn, 38 weapons consisting of guns, knives, tasers and pepper spray were confiscated from students who tried to sneak them into school when the Board Of Education sent a metal detector there a few days after a student got caught with loaded gun and a bag of 30 g’s in cash in class.
Also in Downtown Brooklyn at the Atlantic Ave/Barclays Center Station, a man randomly punched a man in the head on the platform and then pushed him onto the tracks.
Again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Court St. Station, a man slapped a woman’s face after she yelled at him for filming other passengers with his cellphone on the R train.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn, vaccinated and masked cops responding to an emergency call at a Burger King arrested five customers for trespassing without a Key to NYC vax pass.
In Bay Ridge, two men confronted two other men and called them anti-Semetic slurs because they were wearing hoodies they didn’t like and demanded they take them off, then one of the bigoted thugs punched one of the men twice in the face.
In Red Hook, a man stabbed another man to death in front of an apartment building at the Red Hook Houses, making it the third homicide on the NYCHA property.
In Gravesend, a man taped up flyers around a high school containing narratives denigrating Black people.
In DUMBO, a man washing windows of a luxury condo building under development died after falling 10 stories and landing on a balcony.
In Brooklyn Heights, a fire broke out in a townhouse building that was being gut renovated as it spread into a neighboring building.
In Mount Eden, a man got shot to death and a young woman got shot in the hand during a drive-by when three gunmen blasted their vehicle from the sunroof and the passenger windows.
Also in Mount Eden, a man shot another man to death in the hallway of an apartment building over an argument about his sister who the victim was going out with at the time.
In Morris Heights, a man impersonating a UPS worker forced his way into a couple’s apartment and held them and their two grandchildren at gunpoint. Then another man came inside and helped his fellow bastard zip tied them and then cracked open their safe and broke open the kids piggy bank, making off with over $7,500 that they were planning on using to move to a new neighborhood. The bastards also stole two cellphones and an ipad.
In Morrisania, a man shot another man to death at point blank range on the grounds of the Morris Houses. And got caught by the cops when he went to visit his probation officer.
Also in Morrisania, an app-food delivery man got clocked in the head from behind with a brick and got beaten down to the floor by two men who then rifled through his pockets and robbed his cellphone and wallet.
Again in Morrisania, a fire in the basement of a nail salon led to the floor collapsing, causing injuries to three people inside.
In Wakefield at the 241 St. Station, a man stabbed another man to death to settle an argument on the platform that started in a bodega earlier.
In Mott Haven, a man shot another man to death in the lobby of an apartment building at the Mill Brook Houses.
Also in Mott Haven, a young man got shot in the leg inside an apartment building.
Again in Mott Haven, a man stalked a 79-year-old man on the sidewalk and grabbed his wallet as he was counting money from it. Then the thief dragged the elderly man on the sidewalk and got away with his wallet.
And again in Mott Haven, a man got killed in a car wreck when he lost control of his jeep while merging and smacked into another car driven by a drunk driver, causing him to go over the side of the highway and land upside down on the adjacent street.
And again in Mott Haven, an app-food delivery man got confronted by a man on an e-bike who rolled up towards him going the wrong direction and then another man sneaked up behind the delivery man and punched him in the head twice, knocking him to the ground and then he robbed his motor scooter and rode away with the aggressive ebike rider.
And again in Mott Haven at the 138th St. Station, a man shot fluid from his water bottle all over a token clerk as she was leaving her booth.
And again in Mott Haven, a man mugged an 85-year-old woman inside an elevator at an apartment building and stole her purse.
In Norwood, a man got shot in the hip at a house where he tried to crash a party he wasn’t invited to.
Also in Norwood, a woman walked up to a cop standing in front of his precinct and punched him in the face.
In University Heights, a man got shot to death on a bench when two men tried to mug him on a sidewalk promenade.
Also in University Heights, a butcher caught a man shoplifting packages of meat inside his store and let him go after the perp flashed a gun at him.
In Fordham Manor, two men held up a jewelry store at gunpoint and stole a bunch of dookie rope gold chains worth over 200-300 large.
Also in Fordham Manor, a man driving a car with expired temporary plates evaded cops who tried to pull him over and engaged in a high speed chase with them, at one point where he mounted the sidewalk to get away. When the cops approached the skel’s car, he hit the gas and dragged one of them on the asphalt and ran over her leg and hip in another getaway attempt.
In Crotona Park East, a man stabbed another man in the leg during an argument in front of a bodega. The victim wound up dying from his wound a week later.
Also in Crotona Park East at the 174th St. Station, a man walked up to a woman on the platform and smacked her face and called her a racial slur.
In Crotona Park, a gang of six boys attacked a 14-year-old boy on the sidewalk and then robbed his cellphone after beating him down on the pavement with kicks and punches.
In Claremont Village, a man shot at another man who was fleeing from him on the street and a stray bullet hit a woman on the ear while she was commuting nearby.
Also in Claremont Village, a man got shot to death at point blank range on the grounds of the Morris Houses.
Again in Claremont Village and Eastchester, a woman duped two men into hooking up with her on social media and then her two accomplices held them up at gunpoint and robbed their belongings and one of their cars.
And again in Claremont Village, a man shot two men to death in the middle of the street in the dead of night.
In Allerton, two men shot a man to death on the street in broad daylight.
In Morris Park, a man killed himself and critically injured another man with him after he crashed his fancy car into a light pole after speeding down the streets and running red lights.
In the South Bronx, a man used a couple of bricks to smash the windshields of police cars parked on the sidewalk by a precinct.
In Melrose, three men carpooling to a job site got chased down by a man driving an SUV who got pissed off at them for passing his vehicle to close, then the SUV driver took out a gun and shot at them, killing a man who was sitting in the back seat.
In Belmont, a man slashed a woman multiple times with a box cutter following a dispute in front of her apartment.
In Fordham, a boy and two girls causing mayhem in a department store threw a trash can at a security guard who tried to stop them and broke her teeth.
In Westchester Square, a man got shot in the chest multiple times during a street fight.
In Soundview, a man got killed by a hit-and-run driver after he stepped out his pick up truck on the highway.
In Kingsbridge Heights, a woman died in a fire inside her apartment that started in her kitchen.
In Van Nest, a four-alarm fire engulfed three row houses, leaving multiple families homeless. The FDNY had difficulty putting out the blaze because the hydrants were frozen.
In Jerome Park, a boy stabbed another boy in the back multiple times with a pair of scissors in a high school hallway.
At Yankee Stadium, a cop decided to quit the NYPD after her supervising officer repeatedly sexually harassed and raped her on and off duty and forced her to do errands and chauffeur him.
In Manor Heights, two men attacked two students in front of their high school as one of the them pummeled one student with kicks and punches as he laid on the pavement and the other man pinned the other student while sticking a gun to his face and then he pistol whipped him.
Days after the horrifying incident, students at the high school assembled a walkout in protest of the violence that de Blasio and the Board Of Education continued to doggedly ignore because they were too enamored with themselves about the “gold standard” they were setting keeping COVID infections down in public schools. Which everyone and their dogs knew was a lie.
In Concord, a man confronted another man at his apartment over a woman they were both seeing and got into a brawl with him while holding a knife while the resident’s wife and kids were home. The other man then got the upper hand after getting slashed in the face and strangled him to death. Then he dragged his body into the hallway lobby and left him there for the cops to pick him up. After initially being charged with homicide, the man was released when it was found he acted in self-defense.
In Concord, a man got strangled to death following a brawl with two men inside his apartment.
In New Dorp, a man killed himself when he crashed his car into the front of a bus while speeding on the street.
In Greenridge, two men broke into a man’s house and then one of them shot him to death after they stole a gold chain from their victim.
In West Brighton, a man broke into a coffee shop by cutting through the metal roll down gate and made off with $1,000.
Also in West Brighton, cops busted a man possessing a loaded gun and a taser during a traffic stop as the perp desperately claimed innocence.
In Mariners Harbor, a man held up a gas station at gunpoint and robbed money from the register.
In Midland Beach, a man beat down a man with a baseball bat and robbed him with a gang of accomplices.
In Rosebank, a man shot his son in the chest with a shotgun inside his house during a domestic dispute and the victim stumbled outside and bled to death on the sidewalk.
In Meiers Corners, a man whipped out a gun and pointed it to another man’s face to settle an argument.
In Brighton Heights, cops caught a man walking on the street with a loaded gun.
In Eltingville, a man killed himself after crashing his car into a pole after speeding down a street. His passenger also got injured from the wreck.
In the South Shore, an off-duty firefighter beat a man to a bloody pulp on the street following an argument.
In Willowbrook Park, a man got pulled over by Parks Police for driving his car fast around the Greenbelt Recreation Center and then the man yelled racist remarks, spat at them, threw dirt in one of the cops faces and violently resisted arrest while citing the U.S. Constitution of his right to be a bigot.