A parked car and an underground transformer caused a massive fire in Midtown on Saturday.
It happened Thursday just before midnight at Anchor Audi on Sunrise Highway.
Victims of the crash were taken to Belluvue Hospital.
“He put the gun in his left hand. And he kept hitting me, both hands,” Alex Grame said.
Police sources said the firebombing was not likely a hate crime, but an insurance scam, and could have manufactured by someone outside the community.
Police say the driver’s cell phone and $30 in cash were in the car.
Gladys Smith-Pinto, 58, and Gladys Smith, 38, were arrested and charged with grand larceny. They were scheduled to be arraigned Thursday.
The platinum-selling rapper, whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, admitted in March that he failed to pay taxes on more than $3 million that he earned between 2004 and 2006 while living in Saddle River.
The platinum-selling rapper and actor was sentenced Wednesday to up to 2 years in prison. He pleaded guilty in December to attempted criminal weapon possession.
Police said neighborhood mechanic Thomas M. Cirino, 56, of 1390 Dewey Avenue was arrested at his home Tuesday at 10 p.m. and charged with fourth degree criminal mischief.
Union County police uncovered six stolen vehicles, including two from Maryland, at a northern New Jersey warehouse. They used a GPS device to track a stolen Toyota to the Sivomar Trucking and Shipping Warehouse on Elston Street in Rahway.
An 80-year-old woman’s car caught fire after she drove into a utility pole that collapsed and caused an electrical fire on Long Island on Saturday afternoon, police said.
The driver was killed, and two passengers have been taken to the hospital in critical condition.
A pedestrian was killed Friday night After being struck by a car, shortly after 9 p.m. in Suffolk County.
George Kiaha of Garrison received the maximum sentence in White Plains county court. He apologized to the family of 55-year-old Ralph Wood.