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Victim knifed to death during fight at Brooklyn supermarket: NYPD

A man was stabbed to death during a dispute at a Brooklyn supermarket Monday afternoon, cops said. The victim was stabbed in the chest with a knife following a dispute around 2 p.m. at Navruz Market at 1701 McDonald Ave. in Midwood, cops said. It wasn’t clear if the attack happened inside. The victim, whose age wasn’t immediately released, was taken to Maimonides Hospital and pronounced dead a short time later. A 30-year-old man was taken into custody as a person of interest in the knifing, cops said. It wasn’t immediately clear what the dispute was about, cops said.

Ex-con who shot rifle into NYC crowd has long rap sheet, was on parole

A career criminal is in custody after police said he opened fire at a crowded Brooklyn intersection last week, sending more than 20 people scrambling for safety, sources said. Shocking surveillance photos show the gunman — identified by sources as Terrel Norman, 36 — clutching an automatic rifle on East 102 Street before jumping into a Nissan Sentra with a pal. Cops pulled the car over several blocks away and arrested both men, the sources said. None of the intended targets were hit. Norman has a history of emotional disturbance and a lengthy rap sheet that includes more than two dozen busts, a...

Mother charged in death of 9-year-old NYC girl

The mom of a 9-year-old Brooklyn girl who was found beaten and abused in her family’s Brooklyn apartment was charged in the tot’s death Monday, cops said. Shemene Cato, 48, is facing charges of murder, manslaughter, assault, endangering the welfare of a child and criminal possession of a weapon in the slaying of little Shalom Guifarro, cops said. When cops responded to the Crown Heights apartment that sits above a restaurant at about 1 p.m., Sunday, Shalom was severely bruised and unresponsive, police sources said. Neighbors told police about hearing “constant arguing” coming from the apartment, source said. Officers responding to the apartment on...

EXCLUSIVE: Century 21 Returning to Downtown NYC

Click here to read the full article. Century 21  is making a New York City comeback, back to the very same flagship location on Cortlandt Street across from the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan, WWD has learned. The reopening of what was one of the city’s most popular and productive retail destinations will happen sometime in spring 2023. Century 21 went bankrupt and liquidated its flagship and all of its other stores in 2020.More from WWDWhy the Fiorucci Store Was the Mother of All Retail ConceptsUnites States Retail in the Aftermath of Police Brutality ProtestsBehind The Veil at Hermès' San...

Baby Rescued From Parked Car In Merrick

A Long Island woman is facing charges after a baby had to be rescued from a parked car. The 5-month-old boy was found alone by a good Samaritan just after 10 a.m. Monday, May 16 in Merrick, near the HomeGoods store on Merrick Road, according to Nassau County Police. The...

New York red flag law under fire following Buffalo mass shooting

NEW YORK -- One of the many unanswered questions about the Buffalo mass shooting is how the 18-year-old suspect was able to purchase his assault-type weapon despite New York's supposedly tough red flag law that should have alerted gun dealers to the man's erratic behavior.As CBS2's Marcia Kramer reported Monday, about a year before Saturday's tragedy state police ordered him to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.READ MORE: Buffalo shooting suspect had plans to continue rampage, police sayIt was less than a year ago at Susquehanna Valley High School when the graduating senior, now known as incarcerated individual 157103, made statements that should...

Judges fail to back Adams’ drive to curb big crime with crackdown on small subway offenses

The sun still rises in the east, and, equally as shocking, quality-of-life policing in the subways still works, now that we’re trying it again. Mayor Eric Adams’ push to prevent big crime in the subways by stopping small crime yielded several quality arrests last week — but these “successes” point up a failure: The arrestees are often right back on the streets again. What proved true in the early 1990s, when transit-police chief Bill Bratton cut the annual number of murders on the subways from 26 to one or two, continues to prove true today. Stop a guy jumping the turnstile,...

11-year-old girl dies after being hit with stray bullet by gunmen on moped in NYC

An 11-year-old girl was killed on Monday after being caught in the crossfire of a shooting on a Bronx corner, police said. The shooting took place at Westchester Avenue and Fox Street in Foxhurst just before 5 p.m. when two men drove by on a moped and opened fire, cops said. Their target was a group of men also standing on the corner, but instead they shot the 11-year-old, who was visiting a nearby nail salon with a pal, according to police. The victim, who was outside New Kim Nails on Fox Street when she was shot in the stomach,...

NYPD: Shalom Guifarro, 9, found dead with bite marks in Brooklyn

NEW YORK --  The gruesome death of a 9-year-old Brooklyn girl has been deemed a homicide by the medical examiner's office. Her mother Shemene Cato, 48, faces a host of charges, including murder, manslaughter, assault, endangering the welfare of a child and criminal possession of a weapon.Neighbors CBS2's Natalie Duddridge spoke to are extremely upset, and tell her they would often see the young girl and her sister at the window of their fourth floor apartment, and said the girls were very polite. But residents also tell Duddridge some of the Cato's behavior was alarming. Crime scene investigators carried evidence bags out of...

Kyrie Irving: My immaturity, isolation cost Cavaliers ‘more championships’

Kyrie Irving discussed why he asked out of Cleveland just a year after winning a title, and how the blowback he got in the aftermath shaped who he is today.  The Nets star — who has a decision to make next month on whether to opt-in to the final year of his Brooklyn contract — sat down for the latest “I Am Athlete” episode. He lifted the lid on a host of topics, including saying the Cavaliers would’ve stayed together longer and won more if he’d been more mature.  “If I was in the same maturity line and understanding of who I...