A 12-year old boy with Asperger’s syndrome who was reported missing from school in the Bronx has been found safe, police said.
The members of “6 Wild” allegedly held a gun to their victims’ heads and demanded cash and drugs before severely beating the victims, prosecutors said. In some cases, the victims were strangled, according to authorities.
Jamie Joseph, 20, was killed just after midnight Saturday at 501 East 165th Street. A 22-year-old man was also wounded in the shooting and was hospitalized in stable condition.
Police on Sunday identified a 20-year-old man who was shot and killed in the Morrisania section of the Bronx, as the search for the shooter continued.
As snow came down over New York City early Saturday, police rushed to the Morrisania section of the Bronx to find one man dead and another wounded in a shooting.
The incident happened on December 20 around 9:30 a.m. at the 57-year-old victim’s Morrisania apartment building on Washington Avenue.
The girl was taken to Bronx Lebanon Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, investigators said.
A wake will be held Tuesday for the bodega worker who was accidentally shot by a police officer while fleeing a gunpoint robbery in the Bronx.
Store clerk Reynaldo Cuevas died early Friday morning after fleeing from Natalie Grocery at 169th Street and Franklin Avenue in the Morrisania section, said NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
Ronald Jeffrey, a 19-year-old from the Bronx, faces second-degree murder, attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon charges.
The NYPD expects charges to be filed against a 17-year-old in connection to the weekend shooting that left a 4-year-old Bronx boy dead. And it appears that’s just for starters.
A rally, organized by Assemblyman Eric Stevenson, was held late Monday afternoon at Forest Houses basketball court where Lloyd Morgan was killed.
Ranaldo Brown is back home after being missing for more than 24 hours. The 5-year-old’s mother told police her son had been taken by her ex-boyfriend, 49-year-old Thomas Whaley, early Sunday morning.
School officials said the two male students exchanged words before the younger one used a razor to slash the other in the neck
P.S. 132 in the Morrisania section of the borough is replacing graduation with a “moving-up” ceremony for fifth graders, but only for select students.