Two women stole a necklace from an 85-year-old Chinese American grandmother while she was sitting outside her home in New York.
The victim’s grandson, Jackie, told NextShark that the incident occurred on Saturday at around 2:20 p.m. in Brooklyn’s Bay Ridge/Sunset Park area.
Family members have spoken out on the vicious attack at a Brooklyn subway platform that sent an elderly woman to the intensive care unit on Monday.
The incident, which also left the woman’s husband and grandson injured, occurred on the C train platform at the Clinton-Washington subway station around 1:45 p.m. on Monday.
A 73-year-old woman was shoved onto the subway track in Brooklyn during an altercation on Monday.
The incident happened at the Clinton-Washington Avenue subway station at around 1:30 p.m. when a fight broke out between the elderly woman’s husband, 82, grandson, 30, and the suspect whose image was released by police but not yet identified, according to FOX5.
Owners of La Dry Cleaners, a dry cleaning facility that shut down a month ago due to the COVID-19 pandemic, are now making free masks for the community.
Lily La and Tony Trinh are not letting the pandemic stop them from working. They have reportedly sewn and given away more than 2,000 masks for free, according to ABC7 New York.
An Asian woman suffered burns on her body after an unidentified assailant doused her with an unknown substance in a horrifying attack outside her home in Brooklyn, New York.
The incident occurred on Sunday at around 11 p.m. when the woman was taking out her garbage in front of a residential building within the vicinity of 64th Street and 9th Avenue, according to the New York Police Department.
An Asian woman was recently robbed and verbally attacked with racist insults inside a Brooklyn, New York train station.
In what police sources described as a “coronavirus-inspired attack,” 60-year-old Oswald Jones approached and yelled at the victim at about 11 p.m. on Thursday inside the Fort Hamilton Parkway D station in Borough Park.
An Asian man is in critical condition after getting stabbed multiple times in Brooklyn, New York City over the weekend.
The incident, which was caught in several videos (viewer discretion advised), reportedly took place on 8th Ave. near 57th St. in Sunset Park, just after 7 p.m. on Saturday.
A 28-year-old mother from Brooklyn, New York was recently sentenced to 18 years in prison for drowning her 2-year-old daughter four years ago.
Lin Li was convicted of manslaughter and two counts of acting in a manner injurious to a child for the death of her daughter, Melody Zheng, in June 2019, however, she was acquitted of second-degree murder, according to Daily Mail.
Japanese American Miki Sudo won this year’s Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, claiming victory for the sixth time in a row.
Sudo, 33, wolfed down 31 hot dogs in the women’s division of the famous Fourth of July contest, which has taken place in Coney Island, Brooklyn most years since 1972.
A third victim in the gruesome hammer attack that took place at a Brooklyn restaurant in New York earlier this month has reportedly died.
Council member for the 48th District of the New York City Council, Chaim Deutsch, confirmed the death of the third victim on Twitter on Thursday.
Local authorities are on the lookout for a trio of armed robbers who stole from a mahjong parlor in Brooklyn twice in the span of three days last month.
The robbers, described by the New York Police Department as Hispanic men in their 20s, reportedly took thousands of dollars from the players inside the establishment situated on Ninth Ave. at 52nd St. in Sunset Park.
A Brooklyn federal court ruled on Friday that a 1974 ban on nunchucks in the state of New York is unconstitutional under the Second Amendment.
Judge Pamela Chen issued the ruling in favor of plaintiff James Maloney, who began his legal battle after being charged with possession of nunchucks in 2000.