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Cops are looking for a convoy of criminals
responsible for shooting two people
and stabbing a man in a violent, earlymorning
attack in the Bronx last month.
Law enforcement sources said the incident
happened at about 3 a.m. in front of
a storefront on 3rd Avenue near East 137th
Street in Mott Haven.
Police reported that a fleet of vehicles
pulled up to the location before two unidentified
individuals, one armed with a
firearm, went on the attack.
Cops said the gunman shot a 25-yearold
male victim in the back before turning
his weapon against another 25-year-old
victim, shooting him in the arm and torso.
At the same time, authorities reported,
a second attacker, while wielding a cutting
instrument, stabbed a 30-year-old victim
roughly seven times about the torso.
It was reported to police that on Saturday,
March 27, 2021 at 10:30 p.m. in front
of 818 Fox Street, an unidentified male discharged
a handgun from the rear driverside
window of a 2011 BMW sedan at two
other unidentified males, who each produced
handguns and returned fire.
Those three unidentified males fled
on foot. Two additional unidentified individuals,
who were inside of the BMW, attempted
to flee in the vehicle, however,
they struck a dumpster, abandoned the
vehicle and fled on foot. The vehicle was
recovered by police. There were no injuries
reported in connection with this incident.
Two apartment windows at 811 Fox Street
were damaged by gunfire.
On March 6, at approximately 5:12
p.m., the individual approached the front
door of an apartment located in the vicinity
of Boston Road and 168 Street and displayed
The individual then proceeded to discharge
multiple rounds into the door before
No one was struck by any of the rounds
that were discharged.
It was reported to police that on Monday,
March 15 4:20 p.m., in the vicinity of
Webster Avenue and Cross Bronx Expressway,
a 32-year old male victim was sitting
in his vehicle when he was approached
by two unknown male individuals, one of
which displayed a firearm and demanded
The two individuals did forcibly remove
the victim’s jewelry and fled in a Jeep SUV
parked nearby to parts unknown. The
victim was not reported injured. The victim’s
jewelry had an estimated value of
On Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at approximately
546 p.m. six unknown male individuals
approached a 21-year-old victim
inside of 921 Prospect Avenue and forcefully
removed him to the sidewalk in front
of the location.
Once outside, the individuals threw the
victim to the ground, pointed a firearm to
his stomach and removed his Samsung
cellular phone, before the victim evaded
his attackers fleeing southbound on Prospect
The individuals proceeded to follow him
in a white sedan and fired approximately
two to three gunshots at the victim in the
vicinity of 162 Street and Prospect Avenue.
The individuals fled eastbound on 162
Street. There were no injuries reported as
a result of this incident.
It was reported to police that on Thursday,
March 4 at approximately 4:00 a.m. in
the vicinity of Colgate Avenue and Bruckner
Boulevard, the victim, a 27-year-old
male, was at the location when he was approached
by an unidentified male who produced
a firearm and discharged multiple
rounds, striking the victim in the right leg.
The unidentified male fled on foot, southbound
on Colgate Avenue.
The victim was transported by private
means in stable condition to NYC Health +
It was reported to police that on Friday,
March 26, at approximately 5:45 a.m.,
an unidentified male gained entry into an
apartment building located at 1065 Gerard
Once inside, the unidentified male removed
multiple power tools from the basement.
The unidentified male then fled in an
It was reported to police that on Monday
March 8, at approximately 3:07 a.m.,
inside of William Taft High School at 240
East 172 Street, the individuals gained entry
into the school by forcing open a cafeteria
window. Once inside, the individuals
made graffiti on the walls of the school and
took unknown property.
BRONX TIMES REPORTER, A 10 PR. 23-29, 2021 BTR
On Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at approximately
2223 hours, police responded to a
911 call of a vehicle shooting at another
vehicle on the southbound Bruckner Expressway
near Exit 7A, within the confines
of the 45 Precinct. Upon arrival, officers
observed a Honda Accord stopped next to
the medium of the southbound Bruckner
Expressway, between Exit 7B and Exit 8.
Seated inside the vehicle’s driver seat was
a 24-year-old male who was unconscious
and unresponsive, with gunshot wounds to
his face and chest. EMS also responded to
the location and transported the victim to
NYC Health & Hospitals/Jacobi, where he
was pronounced deceased. A preliminary
investigation determined that the victim
was traveling southbound on the Bruckner
Expressway when a blue sedan, being
operated by an unknown individual, pulled
alongside the passenger side of the victim’s
vehicle and discharged a firearm. The vehicle
then fled southbound on the Bruckner
Expressway. There are no arrests at this
time. The investigation remains ongoing.
It was also reported to police that on
Tuesday, March 30 at 2:05 a.m., at the
intersection of Dudley Avenue and Edison
Avenue, a 46-year-old male victim was riding
his bicycle into the intersection when
an unknown vehicle ran through a stop
sign and struck the victim. The victim sustained
serious injuries to his head as a result
of the collision. The driver of the vehicle
did not remain at the scene and fled
southbound on Edison Avenue. The victim
was transported to Jacobi Hospital in critical
It was reported to police that on Monday,
March 29, 2021 at approximately 5:44
p.m., in front of 2078 Walton Avenue, two
unidentified individuals displayed firearms
and recklessly discharged multiple rounds
at an unidentified person before fleeing to
parts unknown. There were no reported injuries
as a result of this incident.
On Monday, March 1 at approximately
8:35 p.m., inside of 3700 White Plains
Road, an unknown male individual entered
the location and got into a verbal dispute
with an unknown male individual which escalated
into a physical confrontation.
The store employee and the male individual
began to grapple with each other
inside of the store which lead to the individual
brandishing a knife and stabbing the
victim in the neck and back causing lacerations
The individual then fled the location in
a black vehicle to parts unknown. EMS responded
and transported the victim to NYC
Health + Hospitals/Jacobi in stable condition.
It was reported to police that on Friday
March 12, at approximately 5:36 p.m., at
Magenta Playground on Olinville Avenue
and Rosewood Street, an individual discharged
several rounds from a firearm into
a crowd inside of the playground.
The individual fled southbound on Olinville
Road on a scooter operated by a second
individual. The gunfire caused damage
to 3 parked and unoccupied vehicles.
There were no injuries reported as a result
of the shooting.
On Sunday, April 4, 2021 at approximately
9:05 p.m., police responded to a
911 call of two males shot in front of 2105
Monterey Avenue, within the confines of
the 48 Precinct. Upon arrival, officers observed
a 37-year-old male with a gunshot
wound to the chest and a 31-year-old male
with a gunshot wound to the head.
EMS responded to the location and
transported both victims to Saint Barnabas
Hospital, where the 37-year-old male was
pronounced deceased and the 31-year-old
male remains in critical condition.
On Wednesday, March 10, at 9:30 p.m.,
a motorcyclist and auto collided at the intersection
of Williamsbridge Road and Neil
On March 27, at approximately 9:12
p.m., police responded to a call of a male
walking southbound on the northbound
side of the Major Deegan Expressway in
the vicinity of Exit 12.
Upon arrival, police determined that a
male of unknown age was walking northbound
in the southbound lanes of the Major
Deegan Expressway between Exit 11 and
Exit 12 when he was struck by a vehicle
that fled the scene. EMS responded and
pronounced the victim deceased.
No arrests have been made and the investigation
is ongoing by the NYPD Collision
On Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at approximately
10:09 p.m., police responded
to a 911 call of a female shot inside of 3339
Hull Avenue, apartment 3H, within the confines
of the 52 Precinct.
Upon arrival, officers observed a
20-year-old female inside the location, unconscious
and unresponsive, with a gunshot
wound to her head.
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