The husband of the woman critically injured by a falling shopping cart in East Harlem last year said he never wants to see the chilling video of the incident.
A Manhattan Family Court judge sentenced the boy Thursday to at least six and up to 16 months in a therapeutic foster home. She could later extend his stay.
A Manhattan Family Court judge decided Tuesday the boy should spend six to 16 months in the program. She could later extend his stay.
On Oct. 30, prosecutors say the boys, who were both 12 at the time, pushed a shopping cart off the fourth-floor walkway of an East Harlem parking garage critically injuring a woman.
The boys were accused of pushing a shopping cart off the fourth floor walkway of an East Harlem parking garage on Oct. 30.
Shahabuddeen Ally, the boy’s lawyer, changed his plea from not guilty to guilty with the hope of probation.
The suspects are being charged as juveniles and face reckless endangerment and depraved indifference charges in addition to assault.
On Tuesday night he spoke about what happened to his wife and her ongoing fight to survive. Michael Hedges talked about the incident that’s made national headlines: his wife severely injured by a shopping cart tossed from four stories up.