A man was shot and wounded Thursday near a Metro-North station in Orange County, just 15 minutes after being released from prison.
Disciplinary action may be forthcoming after a prisoner was released from Rikers Island by mistake.
The suspect Bryan McMenamin, 38, has been described as white male, 5’8″, with a bald head, he was wearing a white t-shirt, blue jeans, and black sneakers.
The suspect escaped from custody at Atlantic and Vanderbilt avenues, on the cusp of Fort Greene and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, around 7 p.m., police said.
Vincens Vuktilaj was being walked down the stairs from his apartment when he pushed an officer down and ran off, police said.
Quentin Stroman, 18, escaped from a detention facility on White Plains Road shortly before 4 p.m. Saturday, police said.
Prosecutors said federal correction officer Nancy Gonzalez, 29, was arrested Tuesday morning at her home in Huntington, Long Island.
On Friday night police recaptured escaped murder suspect Brandon Santana. Santana overpowered a police officer on Thursday night at the 78th precinct while he was being escorted to the bathroom.
A prisoner under police guard at Jersey City Medical Center said he was just going to the restroom, but ended up climbing into the ceiling and trying to escape, police said.
Attorney Jeffrey Lichtman said Thursday his client did not hire anyone to rob and shoot Shakur.
Some prisoners use their own names or the names of friends and associates to submit false claims to receive and cash refund checks.
The man’s former wife already testified that he held apocalyptic visions and wanted to create “pure” family bloodlines. She has also said he enforced his will with beatings and other punishment.
Prosecutors said Tuesday that a man accused of raping and impregnating his daughters believed God was commanding him to create a pure family bloodline, while the defense urged jurors to keep an open mind amid the “fantastic” details they would hear.