Assault

Report: Assault Suspect Dove into East River from Pier 35 to Evade Cops

Posted February 9, 2021 at 5:15 am

A man wanted for assaulting someone outside the LaGuardia Houses last Thursday tried to evade cops by jumping into the frigid East River. Officers fished 24-year-old Dashawn Carter of Staten Island from the frigid waters off Pier 35. Carter had been involved in an altercation twenty minutes earlier outside the housing complex on Clinton Street. He […]

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Upset at Broken Bodega Lotto Machine, Man Pummels Clerk with ‘Wet Floor’ Sign on Canal Street

Posted February 2, 2021 at 5:02 am

A man pummeled a bodega clerk on Canal Street after an altercation over a broken Lotto machine, police said Friday as they released video of the attack. The attacker began fighting with the worker inside the store – situated at Canal and Orchard Streets – at 2:15am on January 24. The customer was apparently angry […]

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Four Surrender in Connection with Chinatown Bus Beatdown on Canal Street

Posted February 1, 2021 at 5:01 am

Two men and two women surrendered to police on Friday in connection to the broad-daylight attack on a man who police said was beaten, slashed, and stripped of his clothes in Chinatown last week. The victim, Walter Ward, exited a Chinatown bus (Panda NY) when a group of thirteen men and women jumped him in the […]

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More Details on Vicious Chinatown Beatdown at Canal and Allen Streets

Posted January 27, 2021 at 5:03 am

More info came to light this week on the savage beating of an ex-convict at Allen and Canal Streets. According to published reports, the victim, Walter Ward, exited a Chinatown bus at 11:30am Friday morning when a mob of a dozen people mauled him. The group was apparently summoned – via text message – by […]

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Group Viciously Assaults Man on Allen Street, then Steals his Pants

Last modified January 25, 2021 at 10:11 pm

Police say a man was assaulted, slashed, and robbed by a group of people in broad daylight at Allen Canal Streets Friday morning. According to the police report, at 11:30am, a pack of twelve individuals – both male and female – jumped the 26-year-old victim in the center median (aka Allen Street Mall). Surveillance footage […]

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Outnumbered Cop Fights off Violent Homeless Men on East Broadway Subway Platform [VIDEO]

Posted December 26, 2018 at 5:00 am

Earlier this month, a report surfaced ranking the East Broadway subway station the twelfth most dangerous in the citywide system. Here’s another example of why. Sunday evening at around 10:00pm, a lone police officer fought off a group of hostile homeless men down on the narrow subway platform. Using a billy-club for deterrence, the outnumbered […]

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Gang Severely Beats, Robs Teenager of His Bike on Clinton Street

Posted November 5, 2018 at 5:03 am

Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a group of perpetrators wanted in connection with an assault and robbery near the intersection of Clinton and Henry Streets. On October 28, a group of eight to ten young thugs approached a fifteen-year-old boy and pummeled him. One of the attackers – all of whom were […]

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Police Seek Suspect who Punched out 84-Year-Old Chinese Man on East Broadway

Posted April 26, 2018 at 5:00 am

The 7th Precinct is seeking public assistance in locating a perp who assaulted an 84-year-old Chinese man near 124 East Broadway Tuesday morning. According to cops, the victim had been sitting on the bench outside the Nana bodega on Tuesday morning at around 10:30am, when the assailant punched him in the face. He was later […]

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Plainclothes Officer Who Punched a Lower East Side Teen During Arrest is Suspended

Posted December 20, 2014 at 9:15 am

An arrest on East Broadway last Monday made national headlines when a plainclothes officer was seen punching a teenage perp while already subdued. The incident was caught on camera and stirred up a raft of controversy, especially given the tense climate in the wake of the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases (or lack thereof). […]

Report: Assault Outside Joe Doe Yesterday During Brunch [UPDATED]

Last modified July 15, 2013 at 3:07 pm

9:30 am on a Sunday morning is usually reserved for sleeping late, or a cup of coffee and the morning paper, not violence. Not yesterday, though. Apparently during brunch service yesterday morning, one of the cooks at Joe Doe allegedly attacked an Asian woman who was walking her three dogs on East 1st Street. The […]

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