Police say 19-year-old Michael Wayman is responsible for the 7 p.m. shooting Wednesday. A bullet grazed the guard in the leg. A nurse was struck in the shoulder.
Police say the suspect followed his 70-year-old victim into her apartment building in the Kensington section of Brooklyn.
Police say the suspect approached his victim, gun in hand, and demanded the victim’s wallet and cell phone before fleeing on foot into the Queensbridge Housing Development.
According to police, the suspect approached a 10-year-old girl last Friday at 8 a.m., and then a 9-year-old boy this Tuesday at 6 p.m. while they walked in Bay Terrace.
Two employees and one customer were present at the time. No injuries were reported.
Police say the suspect ambled up, shoved a customer who was in the middle of a transaction out of the way, and passed a note demanding money.
The woman was allegedly attacked while sitting on a southbound F train at the Fort Hamilton Parkway station.
Police are on the lookout for a man who they say robbed several restaurants and pharmacies during a three-day crime spree earlier this month.
Hernandez, 18, left the Special Victims Unit overnight moments after being charged in connection with the series of gropings.
The heartless nature of the crime stunned viewers who saw surveillance video of it. In the tape, a man can be seen simply reaching into the lap of Catalina Mateo, grabbing her purse, and sprinting away.
The most recent incident took place Saturday night inside the subway station at 59th Street and Lexington Avenue. It would be the 10th incident of its kind since January.
According to the NYPD, the suspect is 20-25 years old, 5’8″, thin and has a goatee. He was wearing blue jeans and a white tank top. Video of the arrest shows the whole incident.
Video from a subway station at 77th and Lexington shows the man police suspect in a string of groping attacks dating back to May.
Davtian, 27, was being held at the 61st Precinct Stationhouse in Homecrest Tuesday night. Police said he vanished from a questioning room.
Police Director Joseph Juniak said 32-year-old Aaron Veh Carter of Trenton, was shot several times, but his wounds were not considered to be life-threatening. He was taken to Capital Regional Medical Center at Fuld Hospital, but further details on his injuries were not disclosed.