The incident took place at around 9:30 a.m. at 44th Street and 9th Avenue in Brooklyn on June 23, police said.
The woman suffered a fractured jaw and was taken to Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital in stable condition.
On Saturday around 10:40 p.m., police said a 19-year-old woman was approached by a man outside 109 East Broadway.
The victim suffered bruises to his face, arm and leg.
Pastor Sallie Lloyd said the voicemail included a racial epithet and because of the recent racially-motivated shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, she called police.
Suffolk County police said the pastor of New Hope Institutional Baptist Church on Harrison Avenue called police to report a racist message left on a church phone on July 1.
Part of the sign at the Islamic center is now covered up because the vandals left behind other offensive etchings.
A 20-year-old man faces several charges, including robbery as a hate crime, after he allegedly targeted six women of Chinese descent in Brooklyn, authorities said.
A man and woman were charged with a hate crime Tuesday for allegedly tricking an elderly woman on Long Island into letting them into her apartment and stealing items.
A man needed multiple stitches after his throat was slashed during an unprovoked attack in Queens, police said.
A Long Island man was indicted on hate crime charges Wednesday, for allegedly calling a Sikh man “Osama” in Queens and running him over.
The suspect got out of his vehicle and used a homophobic slur before punching a 36-year-old man multiple times in the face, police said.
Police said the Plainview widower was on his way to synagogue when he spotted the vandalized homemade treasure toppled and trashed on his front lawn.
Rabbi Haim said he was attacked at the Marcy Avenue J Train elevated station in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, around 4 p.m. Monday.
The incident took place at the Marcy Avenue J Train subway station Monday at 4 p.m.