NYC hit with bevy of violent crime ahead of holiday season that includes 'wooden daggers' and a sword

纽约警察局从周五到周日向福克斯新闻提供了全市犯罪统计数据. 曾经有 17 射击事件和 21 在此期间射击受害者, 从增加 14 射击事件和 16 shooting victims reported last year.

There were also five homicides reported over the weekend compared to zero reported during the same period in 2020, according to police statistics.

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Other crimes that occurred over the weekend included a street vendor who was stabbed in the thigh during a robbery that took place around 7 下午. Sunday in Midtown Manhattan’s Theater District, 警察说.

I see some people run. He come back from here, blood come from his body, a lot of blood coming,” witness Khaled Eid told WCBS-TV.

The victim was treated at a hospital and was expected to survive, 该台报道. Police were still searching for the suspect.

Residents of the Big Apple recently reported a bevy of other incidents, which included a man who threatened to kill a subway rider while wielding what police calledwooden daggers,” and another man who brandished a sword in the hallway of an apartment building.

NYPD detectives on Monday were searching for a man who brandished wooded daggers and threatened to kill a woman while on the subway. Police said the suspect has a tattoo on his face.

NYPD detectives on Monday were searching for a man who brandished wooded daggers and threatened to kill a woman while on the subway. Police said the suspect has a tattoo on his face. (纽约警察局)

Police on Monday said detectives were searching for the man seen wielding the wooden spikes. He was riding on a 4 train at the 59th Street subway station in Manhattan on Nov. 29 when he made derogatory statements at a 46-year-old woman and threatened to kill her, 警察说.

与此同时, residents of a New York City Housing Authority building in Manhattan reported to police that a man was seen wandering the hallways last week with what appeared to be a long sword.

Police were called to the scene, but no arrests were made, 广播电视 已报告.

Tenants told the station that they’ve had issues with homeless people walking in and living in the stairwells because the building’s front door won’t lock.

星期日, police announced the arrest of a man who had attempted to rape a woman on the subway in Queens on Dec. 1, FOX5 New York 已报告.

Tyrone Brown, 38, was arrested in connection to the attack on a 30-year-old woman who was walking up a stairwell to exit the subway station, 警察说.

Brown allegedly grabbed underneath the woman’s skirt and pulled down her tights before attempting to rape her, 据警察. The suspect ran away when a passerby spotted him.

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