Nunez sat in the backseat of a BMW on June 7, 2012, and shot three men at close range with a .38-caliber Smith & Wesson revolver, prosecutors argued.
The lawsuit was filed Monday in Manhattan federal court. It seeks unspecified damages for the September 2012 killing of 28-year-old Mohamed Bah, shot in his Morningside Heights home.
Police were investigating a series of violent robberies that took place near the Columbia University Campus in Morningside Heights.
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The female victim was walking on Riverside Drive when two male suspects approached her from behind and forcefully robbed her.
A llama, a mini horse, falcons, dogs and even a camel were offered blessings at the Morningside Heights church to celebrate the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and the environment.
The family said they want to know why officers entered the apartment even though Mohamed Bah was inside alone. They also said officers should have allowed Mohamed’s mother to talk to her son through the door.
Police said that the black Honda Civic was heading northbound when it hit 75-year-old Arnold Slater, who was crossing from the east side to the west side of the street. They tried to rush him to St. Luke’s Hospital to save him, but he couldn’t hold on.
Hawa Bah, the mother of the man who was killed, is now demanding answers from police.
“My friends say it’s a little glamorous. I think it’s awesome.” – Mim and his Mercedes
The suspect rode up an escalator inside the W. 125th St and Broadway station along the 1 and 9 line in Morningside Heights and held his cellphone under the victim’s skirt. He also touched her thigh in the process, police said.
Killed were 30-year-old Amaury Rodriguez, 26-year-old Heriberto Suazo and 25-year-old Louis – aka Patrick – Catalan, according to police.
The startling discovery was made in front of the Manhattan School of Music by two men who walked by and noticed the dead bodies inside a 2012 BMW.
Teachers at a school in Morningside Heights have come forward to speak up about mold in New York City public schools. One said she came forward because the school is making her sick and she wants everyone to know.
Police say a Morningside Heights man is under arrest for carjacking a minivan in the Bronx with a 3-year-old boy still inside the vehicle.