Subway shooter who killed Goldman Sachs employee on his solution to brunch weeks after being granted bail over automobile theft
Andrew Abdullah shot and killed Daniel Enriquez in an unexplained assault on May nineteenth
Andrew Abdullah shot and killed Daniel Enriquez in an unexplained assault on the subway on May nineteenth.
Weeks earlier, a choose let Abdullah out on no bond, regardless of him having tried to steal a automobile.
Prosecutors requested the choose to maintain him behind bars on a $15,000 bond however the choose – Leigh Cheng – denied their request, and let him out.
He went on to kill Enriquez on a Manhattan-bound Q practice, then handed himself in days later after a fruitless effort by the NYPD.
Criminal who smeared feces on lady’s face was out on bail after attacking somebody in a retailer
Frank Abrokwa smeared feces on a girl’s face weeks after being bailed out after punching somebody on a subway platform
Just one week earlier than the horrifying subway assault, Frank Abrokwa had been arrested for allegedly threatening a ironmongery shop worker with a screwdriver however had been launched with out bail.
The 37-year-old was additionally arrested on January 7, for allegedly punching a 30-year-old man on a subway platform at one hundred and twenty fifth Street and Lenox Avenue and on February 5, for hitting a 53-year-old man on the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
But every time, because of New York’s lax new bail reform legal guidelines, the profession felony didn’t need to submit bail and was launched.
A couple of days after threatening the shop worker throughout a theft, Abrokwa allegedly lunged on the lady on the East 241st Street subway station on February 21, smearing feces on her face
Homeless Christmas tree arsonist with 20-year rap sheet
Craig Tamanaha, 49, leaves Manhattan Criminal court docket flipping the cameras after a listening to for the incident the place he burned down a Christmas Tree in entrance of Fox Studios in December of 2021
Last yr, Craig Tamanaha set hearth to the Christmas tree outdoors FOX News. Luckily, nobody was damage.
Tamanaha had an extended rap sheet and on the time, had been bailed weeks earlier for
Weeks earlier than the incident, Tamanaha allegedly flashed outdoors Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial court docket and in accordance with a felony grievance from December.
The 49-year-old has a prolonged felony report spanning at the very least 20 years and two states, and he was arrested final month for exposing himself outdoors the Ghislaine Maxwell trial within the metropolis.
In 2002, the then-30-year-old Tamanaha was picked up in Abilene, Texas, on a public intoxication cost.
Between 2017-2018, he was arrested on three separate events and charged with public intoxication, housebreaking and resisting arrest.
Queens man with historical past of attacking children flipped toddler’s stroller
Christopher Elder, 31, (pictured)
Christopher Elder, 31, was charged with flipping over a three-year-old lady’s stroller in March.
The little lady was being walked in her stroller by her grandmother within the Bronx.
She was left with accidents on her face and physique and needed to be handled within the hospital.
It wasn’t the primary time he damage a baby.
On December 11 the 31-year-old was charged for throwing a nine-year-old lady on the bottom in the identical Queens neighborhood, the Post reported.
‘He took away the arrogance I had as a girl and a single mom with two children to go on the market. Now I do not really feel snug strolling alone, like I used to with my children. I’m consistently watching my again,’ the mother of that alleged December assault instructed NBC New York.
She mentioned she was additionally hit by Elder when she instinctively shielded her daughter from an assault from the 31-year-old.
‘Professional booster’ arrested 101 instances, put a bullseye on Upper East Side Target retailer
Michelle Kelley, 41, allegedly confessed to authorities that she was a ‘skilled booster’ in accordance with the New York Post.
‘Y’all are stopping my hustle’ she instructed police after her 97th arrest, in accordance with the paper.
Her favourite retailer was Manhattan’s Upper East Side Target retailer.
She was lastly held on $5,000 bail after her a hundred and first arrest for second-degree assault after she allegedly kicked, bit, scratched and spit on two NYPD officers on July 30 throughout an try and swipe paper towels from a Duane Reade in Harlem.
Brooklyn burglar on a 3 month spree breaking right into a dozen houses and companies
Sticky fingered Charles Wold, 59, instructed the New York Post that he was ‘grateful’ for bail reform as a result of, ‘I’m too outdated to go to jail. I’m approach too outdated. I can not do it.’
Wold allegedly broke into 10 companies in Brooklyn and Manhattan over a three-month interval, in accordance with the paper.
He hit three extra spots close to his house within the upscale neighborhood of Park Slope and was lastly put behind bars.
Prosecutors instructed the choose that $10,000 bail was the one approach to make sure that he would present as much as court docket after skipping his appearances in two pending instances and violating parole, in accordance with the Post.
Queens shoplifter fell right into a rut, robbing the identical Walgreens pharmacy 23 instances
Isaac Rodriguez, who the New York Post dubbed the ‘Man of Steal’ went on a larcenous bender wracking up 47 arrests for retail theft.
One Walgreens in Jackson Heights, Queens allegedly grew to become a favourite spot. According to the NYPD, he was arrested 23 instances taking gadgets like dietary shakes, skincare lotion, toothpaste and sanitary wipes.
His nonviolent offense stored him out of jail for awhile, however he violated a restraining order and returned to a Walgreens in Corona, Queens after he had allegedly shoplifted from it 13 instances, in accordance with the Post. That rating landed him behind bars on $15,000 bail.
Macy’s bandit with a style for Tommy Hilfiger garments
Nolan Gonzalez, aka ‘GoGo,’ pilfered $350 value of Tommy Hilfiger clothes from the Macy’s flagship retailer in Herald Square in May.
Gonzalez grew to become such a frequent offender on the division retailer that Macy’s put out a ‘trespass discover’ on him to stop him from returning to any of their retailers, in accordance with the New York Post.
Police hit him with grand larceny, housebreaking and felony possession of stolen property, however the Manhattan DA lowered the costs and he was launched with out bail, in accordance with the paper.