Three die, one injured in shootings
Bronx shootings part of an uptick of violence across the fi ve boroughs
BY JENNA BAGCAL
Four shootings, three of them
fatal, happened in the Bronx this
past weekend, which were part
of a citywide trend of violence
across the fi ve boroughs.
On Sunday, July 5 around 5:50
p.m., police responded to a call
about a male who was shot on
East 170th Street in the 44th Precinct.
When they arrived, they
found 29-year-old Brooklyn resident
Anthony Robinson, with
one gunshot would to his chest.
Emergency personnel transported
Robinson to BronxCare
Health System, where he was
Police have made no arrests
and the investigation is ongoing.
That same day just past 8
p.m., police in the 44th Precinct
responded to another call about
three people who were shot on
East 171st Street.
When cops arrived on the
scene, they found three male
victims who had allegedly suffered
multiple gunshot wounds.
The fi rst victim was a 22-yearold
man, who was shot multiple
times and transported to Bronx-
Care Health System, where he
was later pronounced dead.
The second victim was a
27-year-old man who was shot
in the neck and also transported
to BronxCare Health System,
where he too was pronounced
A third victim, a 29-year-old
man was shot in the arm and
transported to Lincoln Hospital.
According to police, the victim
remains in stable condition.
There have been no arrests
made and the investigation into
the case is ongoing. The identity
of the three victims is being
withheld pending family notifi -
Anyone with information
in regard to these incidents is
asked to call the NYPD’s Crime
Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-
TIPS (8477) or for Spanish,
1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public
can also submit their tips by
logging onto the Crime Stoppers
website or on Twitter @NYPDTips.
All calls and messages are
strictly confi dential. File photo by Todd Maisel
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BRONX TIMES R 16 EPORTER, JULY 10-16, 2020 BTR