brooklyn shooting person of interest” in the shooting onboard a Brooklyn subway train was identified by New York City police on Tuesday morning. In a subway car on the N train as it reached the 36th Street Station in Brooklyn during morning rush hour. A guy wearing a gas mask tossed two smoke canisters before opening fire. According to officials. Ten individuals were wounded and 13 others were injured. Frank R. James, 62, leased a U-Haul vehicle. Whose keys were discovered at the scene of the shooting in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park area. According to James W. Essig, chief of detectives for the New York Police Department, who made the announcement during a news conference on Tuesday evening.
The Brooklyn Subway Shooting
The Brooklyn Subway Shooting A gunman has opened fire on the A train platform in Brooklyn. The suspect is dead, and at least two people have been injured. Police say the shooter is a man in his 20s, and was wearing a blue or black jacket. Witnesses say he had a handgun, and fired several rounds, before taking his own life.
The Nets Might Be the Greatest Shooting Team Ever
The Nets Are Going to Get a Lot of 3s With Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez, the Nets have two of the best big men in the NBA. They also have a good shot at being the best shooting team in the league. In 2011, the Brooklyn Nets will be in the playoffs for the first time since In order to make it, they will need to be one of the top-10 shooting teams in the league. Brook Lopez has been great on offense this season. He’s shooting3.0% from the field.
1994 Brooklyn Bridge shooting
On the evening of August 4, 1994, a man fired a handgun from the Brooklyn Bridge’s pedestrian walkway into New Jersey, killing two people and wounding three others. The shooter, William Preston, was in an “obsessive” relationship with the woman he killed, Nancy Alperstein, who had been a patient at a psychiatric facility for women. Her body was found in a car in the garage of the facility where she had been committed to psychiatric care. After her death, Preston had been living in her apartment in Brooklyn, where he killed himself on August 6.
Frank James pleads guilty to terrorism charges in Brooklyn subway shooting
Frank James pleads guilty to terrorism charges in Brooklyn subway shooting CDT, Saturday, August 25, 2017 NEW YORK — The man accused of killing a police officer and wounding another during a random attack on a crowded New York City subway train pleaded guilty Friday to terrorism charges. Marking the first time such a charge has been used to prosecute a subway shooter. James Cromitie, 37. Pleaded guilty in federal court in Brooklyn to one count of using a weapon of mass destruction. He is the only defendant charged with terrorism-related crimes in connection with the Aug.
17-Year-Old Girl Among 2 Dead in NYC Shooting Spree; Felon Cuffed After Manhunt
17-Year-Old Girl Among 2 Dead in NYC Shooting Spree. Felon Cuffed After Manhunt NYPD: Man Wanted to Kill Police Officers. Then Himself ‘He Was a Good Guy’: Father of Teen Who Killed 3 People in NYC Gun Rampage Weeps Over Loss A 17-year-old girl was among two people killed and three others wounded in a shooting spree in the New York City borough of Brooklyn on Thursday. The girl, who has not been identified. Was shot in the head at around 4:45 p.m. in a home on Pitkin Avenue in Gravesend. The NYPD said.
NYPD identifies a person of interest in the Brooklyn subway shooting
NYPD identifies a person of interest in the Brooklyn subway shooting sources tell NBC 4 New York. (Published Tuesday. Jan. 23, 2019. A police source tells NBC 4 New York that surveillance video shows a person of interest running from the scene. “It’s not clear if he’s the one who pulled the trigger or not,” the source said. The gunman was described as a black male in his 20s to 30s wearing a red sweatshirt, a black hooded jacket and gray pants. He was seen holding a black semiautomatic handgun.