Suspect Accused Of Kicking Woman Down Escalator At Brooklyn Subway Station Arrested

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police have made an arrest in a brutal attack inside a Brooklyn subway station. Bradley Hill, 32, was picked up in connection with the Sept. 9 assault that was caught on camera. The suspect is seen passing by a woman on an escalator when he suddenly turns and kicks her in the chest. Sources say the 32-year-old victim told the man he should have said “excuse me.” The woman suffered cuts and bruises but refused medical attention. Hill has been charged with assault and attempted assault.
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4 shot when hail of bullets erupts on Brooklyn street: NYPD

EAST FLATBUSH, Brooklyn — Four people were shot in Brooklyn early Saturday morning after a barrage of bullets rang out, police said. The NYPD received a 911 call and two ShotSpotter activations near 1440 Utica Ave. in East Flatbush around 3:25 a.m. The 911 caller reported a woman had been shot, and the two ShotSpotter notifications reported five and 12 shots had been fired, respectively.
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New York Post

Man who kicked woman down NYC subway escalator arrested

The suspect who was caught on camera kicking a woman down a subway escalator was arrested for the heartless assault, police said. Bradley Hill, 32, of Brooklyn, was arrested on assault and attempted assault charges Friday for the Sept. 9 attack, cops said. Hill allegedly kicked a woman in the...

Final Kmart In Westchester Scheduled For Closure

The only remaining Kmart in Westchester County is set to close its doors, according to a liquidation firm.The White Plains store, located at 399 Tarrytown Road, was listed among the locations closing by SB360 Capital Partners.The company did not say when the store is going to close.SB360 Capital Pa…

Jamie Foxx Gets Emotional Over Death of Michael K. Williams

Jamie Foxx gave a street eulogy for Michael K. Williams, and it was emotional, stirring and clearly heartfelt. Jamie was leaving Caffe Roma Friday in Bev Hills, and our photog asked if Williams, who died earlier this month of an apparent drug overdose, should finally win an Emmy. That opened the door to a flood of emotions.

Brooklyn Park man arrested after half-brother's body found at bottom of cliff in California

A Minneapolis man was found dead Sept. 12 in California and his half-brother from Brooklyn Park is in custody for probable cause murder. According to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office, deputies were requested for a welfare check at 11:15 p.m. on the 37000 block of North Highway 1 in Westport after the 39-year-old Brooklyn Park man allegedly sent threatening text messages to family members.

Gunman sought for shooting outside barber shop in Brooklyn

Detectives in Brooklyn need the public’s help in finding the suspect behind a recent shooting outside a barber shop that left a 34-year-old man injured. Police said the assault happened at about 4:55 p.m. on Aug. 18 near the establishment at 242 Eldert St. in Bushwick. According to law enforcement...
Ashtabula Star Beacon

Mall owner pays tax money owed to county

JEFFERSON — The Ashtabula County Treasurer’s Office received payment in full Friday of nearly $200,000 in unpaid taxes on parcels owned by Ashtabula Mall Reality Holding, LLC. Mike Kohan, who bought Ashtabula Towne Square Mall for $10.2 million in February 2020, is the man behind Ashtabula Mall Realty. When Kohan...

Swensons breaks ground on Brooklyn restaurant; free cheeseburgers offered

BROOKLYN, Ohio – Swensons Drive-Ins has broken ground on its sixth Cleveland location and will be offering free Galley Boys this Tuesday, Sept. 21. The restaurant, at 7414 Brookpark Road, will be located in the lot in front of Best Buy. A food-truck cookout is scheduled for 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday. The first 100 customers will receive a free Galley Boy - Swensons’ signature double cheeseburger with speared green olive. Other menu items will be available for purchase.
New York Post

Five people hurt, one critical in NYC overnight shootings

Four people were shot outside a Brooklyn lounge, one of two separate shootings across New York City overnight that left five people injured, police said. A 31-year-old man was fighting for his life after unknown gunmen opened fire on a group of people outside the Island CZ Lounge on Utica Avenue near Farragut Road in Flatbush at 3:20 a.m. Saturday, police said. The victim was shot multiple times in the leg, while two men, ages 36 and 28, and a woman, 25, were also struck but expected to survive, cops said.

NYPD Capture Man Accused of Kicking Woman Down Subway Escalator

BOERUM HILL, BROOKLYN (77WABC) — Police have arrested the suspect accused of kicking a woman inside a Brooklyn subway station, sending her falling down an escalator. Police announced the arrest of Bradley K. Hill on Friday evening. The 32-year-old was charged with assault and attempted assault. The incident happened around...

A 15-Minute Upper-Body Workout You Can Do Anywhere

If you don’t have a ton of time available, you can still get in a great strength-training session. Enter: a 15-minute upper-body workout that you can do anywhere—meaning, no weights required. You absolutely can work your muscles without using external resistance like dumbbells or resistance bands, ACE-certified personal trainer Sivan...

4-Day Weather Forecast For Brooklyn

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Brooklyn: Friday, September 17: Mostly sunny during the day; while partly cloudy then slight chance of rain showers overnight; Saturday, September 18: Slight chance of rain showers then mostly sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Sunday, September 19:

4 injured in shooting outside Brooklyn nightclub

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — Four people were shot — with at least one in critical condition — outside of a Brooklyn nightclub early Saturday morning. The gunfire erupted shortly before 3:30 a.m. outside of the Island CZ Loung on Utica Avenue in East Flatbush, following a dispute among customers, according to police.

NYC festival fraudster ordered to pay back $300,000 to scammed victims

NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced that she has permanently banned event producer Ishmael Osekre from producing events and festivals in the state of New York. Osekre — who operated his business under African Food Festival, LLC — scammed thousands people who bought tickets to the New York City African Food Festival in 2016 and the New York City Pizza and Burger Festivals in 2017 by deceiving them into paying for food and entertainment that were never provided. Osekre also cheated the production staff, vendors, and contractors that he hired for the events by not paying them or issuing bad checks to those who refused to work without payment. Osekre is required to pay more than $310,000 in restitution and penalties, $111,198 of which are for consumers who were affected.