Some Black Friday bandits were on the run Sunday night, after storming into a Target store in New Jersey with masks and guns and terrorizing some employees.
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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.
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A Manhattan Family Court judge decided Tuesday the boy should spend six to 16 months in the program. She could later extend his stay.
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Fernando Mateo, spokesman for the Federation of Taxi Drivers, said the incident that left two men seriously injured Monday night stems from a rivalry between legal and illegal livery drivers.
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.
Police say a woman is seen loading a cart with more than $1,400 in formula. When her partner, a man, tries to sneak the cart out of the store, a Target employee tries to stop him.
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer is warning New Yorkers that the big box chain would only hurt, not help the city’s economy.
Sentencing has been delayed for a 13-year-old boy who admitted to throwing a shopping cart off the fourth floor of a parking garage that injured a woman below.
Black Friday is still three days away, but some bargain hunters have already started to line up.
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.