A deranged gunman shot and killed a 48-year-old Goldman Sachs employee “without provocation” on Sunday while the straphanger was riding a Manhattan subway train to brunch, cops said.
The shooter, who was still on the loose Sunday evening, was seen pacing back and forth in the last car of the northbound Q train around 11:42 a.m. before he pulled out a gun and opened fire on the unsuspecting victim, police and sources said.
“Completely random,” one police source said.
The victim, identified as Daniel Enriquez, was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead, police said.
“According to witnesses, the suspect was walking back and forth in the same train car and, without provocation, pulled out a gun and fired at the victim at close range as the trains [were] crossing the Manhattan Bridge,” NYPD Chief of Department Kenneth Corey said at a briefing.
When the train pulled into the Canal Street station, the gunman — described as a dark-skinned heavyset man with a beard — fled the station by running up to Centre Street, Corey said.
The suspect was wearing a gray hoodie that said “Aeropostale” on it, according to sources.
The shooter and the victim didn’t know each other, according to Corey. No one else on the train was injured.
A 51-year-old man, after being denounced by his partner for sexual violence set himself on fire inside his truck on the corner of his wife’s house in Mar del Plata, Argentina. The violent incident was recorded by area residents. Justice ordered exclusion from the home and a ban on access to the home where the woman lived.
The episode took place yesterday at the intersection of Santa Cecilia and Bouchard, in the Cerrito and San Salvador neighborhoods when a man parked his red Ford Explorer in the corner of his girlfriend’s house. At that moment, he had already begun shouting for a juvenile court judge to come and talk to him because he received exclusion at home and restrictions on access.
After a few minutes, the man said he was holding a five-liter can of gasoline and he would pour it on himself and then set himself on fire when no judicial official listened to his complaint. Residents in the area immediately notified 911. A group of policemen from the area came to the area along with firefighters and tried to stop it. Firefighters broke down the car door to rescue him.
Once they were released, the man who was consumed by the flames began to walk. Police tried to put out the fire, but he sustained severe injuries to his body. The moment was captured by area residents who, unable to believe the situation, wondered what had happened. When the troops extinguished the fire, the man was rushed to the Hospital Interzonal General de Agudos (HIGA), which shortly after his death was confirmed.
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Social media users are today (May 21) up in arms over video footage of an incident in which an individual had his right ring finger ripped off by a lion at what appears to be a zoo facility in Jamaica.
In the footage, the man is seen taunting the caged adult lion as the captivated audience looked on.
For several seconds, the attendant teased the massive predator with his hand, clapping and gesturing to get its attention.
Things take a turn for the worse after the lion’s patience with the ‘game’ wore thin, and it bit down on his finger following one last brush against its teeth.
The man exclaimed and the audience, seemingly not aware of the danger, stood with mouths agape as a literal tug-of-war was waged between the attendant and the lion.
He repeatedly screamed expletives as the lion growled, his movements becoming ever more urgent and desperate.
Even after bracing both feet against the foundation of the wire-mesh fence, the man was no match for the brute strength of the lion and, for the visiting audience, the horrific realisation came too late.
The man’s hand was finally freed, sans ring finger, as surprised expressions erupted from the audience.
A shocking video showing local firefighters punching and kicking a person at Los Angeles City Fire Station 6 is going viral. LAPD says that person was allegedly trying to break into the fire station, and station firefighters were forcibly removing that person from their property.
Multiple investigations are now underway. L.A. Fire Department Station 6 on Virgil Avenue in Silver Lake, next to the 101 Freeway, is surrounded by homeless encampments, and according to LAPD, a man tried to break into the fire station Friday just before 2 p.m.
They say that firefighters assigned to the station literally kicked the man off their property. Apparently this isn't the first time the fire station has had issues with this man. In a statement, the Los Angeles Fire Department says they have launched an internal investigation into the incident, and that LAPD is conducting a criminal investigation.
The firefighters involved have been detailed to administrative duties until the investigation is complete. And because of the prior run-ins with this individual, LAFD has filed a restraining order against the man to try and keep him away from Station 6.
that’s the definition of being armed & ready.
The Tarrant County District Attorney’s office will review the firing of a Fort Worth police officer to determine if possible criminal charges will be filed.
Mitchell Miller was fired Thursday after the officer was caught on camera throwing a handcuffed suspect to the ground and knocking him unconscious.
FWPD Chief Neil Noakes announced the firing of Miller on Friday after a multi-month investigation.
The incident that led to the firing of Mitchell happened at the intake for the Fort Worth city jail on Jan. 28.
Mechanic 'Tries' to Stop a Car From Falling off the Lift.
Road Raging Older Couple Tried to Hit Someone, Then This Happened.
Getting fired without a doubt.
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the charge or arrest of the suspect responsible for a robbery by force on May 1.
At about 5 a.m., video shows two men were leaving a hotel at the 2900 block of West Sam Houston Parkway.
As one of the men passed by the front desk, he noticed the hotel clerk's purse sitting on the counter in the back office, police say.
The man then walked into the back office, grabbed the purse, and then started to walk out of the hotel.
The suspect punched the clerk in the face when she tried to stop him and then ran out of the hotel and got into a black Chevrolet Malibu.
The suspect is described as a Black man, who is 25 to 30 years old. He is about 5 feet 3 inches, 150 to 160 pounds, with brown hair, and was last seen wearing a white shirt and light-colored sweat pants.
If you have any information, you are urged to contact Crime Stoppers of Houston at 713-222-TIPS (8477), you can also submit an online tip or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app.
A mother took it upon herself to confront a fellow mom at a Target store as she was filling up her shopping cart up with baby formula.
The entire interaction was captured on video and later posted to TikTok as one woman attempted to hold the other to account.
Although the woman’s face could not be seen, the contents of a cart were clearly visible with more than 30 bottles of baby formula stashed inside.
The clash is said to have happened as a target store in Massachusetts but the problem is not isolated to that particular state but nationwide, with a shortage of baby formula on the nation's shelves.
ORLANDO, Fla. — A woman who was upset with how long her order was taking in a McDonald’s drive-thru in Lakeland stormed into the restaurant, threw a violent tantrum and began twerking Thursday afternoon, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said.
They said one of Jones’ relatives came into the store to try to hold her back and calm her down.
Deputies said Jones was asked to leave multiple times, but she remained in the store, calling 911 to say, “I’m 5 months pregnant. These people don’t know how to run a (expletive) McDonald’s!”
Investigators said Jones’ relative and another woman convinced her to leave the restaurant after about 10 minutes.
“As Jones got to the exit, she turned toward the employees, lifted her shirt to expose her belly, then turned and began twerking at them,” the Sheriff’s Office said.
Detectives said they have obtained an arrest warrant for the following charges: burglary with assault, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
Anyone with information about Jones’ whereabouts is urged to call the Sheriff’s Office at 863-298-6200 or Heartland Crime Stoppers at 800-226-8477.
A 25-year-old victim, was seated inside of his vehicle, a black BMW 4-door sedan, when two individuals approached. Individual #1 entered the victim’s vehicle at the front passenger door. Individual #2 entered the back seat behind the victim. Individual #1 produced a handgun and demanded the victim’s property. The victim attempted to flee for his safety and a struggle ensued outside of his vehicle. The two individuals punched the victim and stabbed and slashed him with knives. They removed a watch, two chains and three bracelets
Shocking footage has emerged of a mentally ill Danish man trying to impale people with a bow and arrow in a rampage that killed five people in Norway.
The footage emerged this week after Andersen Bråthen, 38, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a slew of charges in the terrifying October 2021 attack, including five counts of murder as well as 11 others of attempted murder.
“I admit criminal guilt for the entire charges,” Bråthen told Buskerud District Court at the start of his trial.
“Everything, I admit everything,” he emphasized, according to Agence France-Presse.
The footage shows him stalking through a Co-Op Extra supermarket in Kongsberg and repeatedly firing off arrows at innocent bystanders.
Wearing a white vest and without shoes, he spent at least 15 minutes shooting arrows at people in the supermarket as well as outside — even at people in their homes, the court heard. At least three people were struck by his arrows, including an off-duty police officer.
Bråthen then stabbed to death four women and one man, aged between 52 and 78.
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Residents of East Palo Alto are gathering Wednesday evening to take back a park beloved by children and families who were caught in the crossfire as two groups shot at each other, leaving one man dead and three others wounded.
Police say 33 shots were fired, starting around 6 p.m. Tuesday evening at Jack Farrell Park on Fordham Street as children were playing tag and a church baseball team was practicing for an upcoming game.
,br. Interim Police Chief Jeff Liu said four shooters were involved, two each from what appeared to be rival groups. Their identities and the motive are still unknown.
A girl was playing tag with her cousins as one of them was taking cell phone video when gunfire broke out. One of the shooters was only 10 to 15 feet away from her. In the video, you see the girl running away toward the baseball field, clearly scared and yelling, "Help me!"
The girl was not hurt, but the team and spectators where she was seeking shelter from the hail of bullets were also under attack with bullets flying in different directions. Some dodged them by hiding under the bleachers. One of them, an adult man, was grazed by a bullet to the head. He did not require hospitalization.
Lubbock resident shot when answering the doorLUBBOCK, Texas — On May 12, around 3:00 a.m. one Lubbockite answered the door, only to be shot.
The victim asked EverythingLubbock.com for a hidden identity for safety concerns.
“The doorbell rang once,” the gunshot victim said. “I wasn’t going to answer because it’s 3:00 in the morning.”
The victim said there were a total of three doorbell rings.
“This time when I was looking into the peephole, I noticed brake lights in the street,” the victim said.
The victim opened the front door, and that’s when a man in a ski mask popped out from around the corner with a gun.
“I just ducked immediately and closed the door.”
The victim was wounded, but fortunately alive after the incident.
“They had no intention of robbing the house,” the victim said. “They just came, shot me, and then left.”
The victim had many questions after the accident and did not recognize who the two men at the door were.
EverythingLubbock.com reached out to the Lubbock Police Department.
This lost soul at one of the hundreds of pro-baby-kill protests across the country represents the great evil behind the support. The mask is off now that the Supreme Court seems to be ready to overturn Roe V Wade.
This little monster seems to be giddy about killing tens of thousands of children and eating the aborted fetuses.
FLAGLER COUNTY, Fla. – A Palm Coast man was arrested Tuesday after video showed him slashing a knife at a motorcyclist in a fit of road rage, according to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.
Rafael Vincent Rivera, 50, faces an aggravated assault charge following the confrontation just after 1 p.m. at the intersection of Pine Lakes Parkway and Whirlaway Drive, deputies said.
According to investigators, Rivera was driving in his Toyota Tacoma. The motorcycle rider claimed Rivera cut in front of him on the road, deputies said.
When both vehicles stopped, Rivera then exited his car, knife in hand and the victim, thinking there might be a fight
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