A New York City woman allegedly beat up an elderly roommate and slapped the cop

A woman beat her 81-year-old roommate in their Greenwich Village apartment, then slapped a policeman while he was in custody, according to police and law enforcement sources. Alyssa Begay, 23, was returning to her building on East Ninth Street near the university at about 4:30 a.m. Thursday when a woman identified by police sources as a roommate was trying to leave, police said. The sources said that the two got into an argument. The cops said that during the fight, Bigai the Elder punched him in the right side of…

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Man attacked with a metal tube on a New York City train

Police said one of the attackers hit a Manhattan policeman with a metal pipe because he told him not to shoot on a rush-hour train. Police said the 31-year-old victim was on the northbound J train around 5:20 p.m. Wednesday when he saw a man pull out a syringe. Authorities said that when the victim asked the man not to do so on the plane, the suspect hit him on the head with a metal pipe. Police said the suspect got off the train at the Delancey/Essex Street station in…

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Two Manhattan attorneys general leading the Trump Organization investigation have resigned

Two attorneys general leading the Manhattan District Attorney’s office’s investigation into the Trump Organization called for his resignation Wednesday. The resignations of Mark Pomerantz and Carrie Dunn were First reported by the New York Times. A source confirmed that the prosecution jointly resigned. The source stressed that the coordination between the departing people is evidence of great frustration with the direction of the case. Carrie Dunn was one of the two attorneys general who decided to step down by joint decision.Photo by Brian Beder/Getty Images for Equality Now Mark Pomerantz…

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A man pulls a stick on his mother, a 6-year-old son

A man with a baton was arrested Tuesday after he threatened his mother and her 6-year-old son on a Manhattan subway — because the boy accidentally kicked him, according to police and the mother. The latest underground chaos occurred on Train 4 southbound on the Upper East Side around 2 p.m. when the boy, Logan, made “accidental contact,” according to police. Police said Charles Hodge, 67, responded by pushing the child. “It was just a regular kick and you know, kids, they don’t stay on the train,” mum, Kayla McCutchen,…

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Cops say a man punched him in the face, stole cash on a New York City train

A man was threatened in the face by a thief who pulled his cash on a Manhattan train early Tuesday, police said. Authorities said the tape was on Northbound 1 Train on West 28th Street and Seventh Avenue in Chelsea around 5 a.m. when the suspect suddenly punched him and stole an unspecified amount of cash. The victim was transported to Lenox Hill Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The suspect fled on foot after the attack.Robert Messi The attack occurred on the Northbound 1 train at West 28th Street and Seventh…

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Ex-girlfriend tells Hunter Biden grand jury about lavish spending

The Post has learned that a grand jury examining evidence in the Hunter Biden tax investigation heard nearly five hours of confidential testimony from an ex-girlfriend who was angry about her abandonment after she urged him to quit drugs. A source familiar with her testimony said Zoe Kestan, 28, appeared before the commission in Wilmington, Delonghi state, on Tuesday. The source said her role on the witness stand came right after the appearance of a former stripper who Biden, 52, has an out-of-wedlock child. Kestan — a lingerie and textile…

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Man stabbed on a New York City subway in a random attack

A 31-year-old man was stabbed while riding a subway through Lower Manhattan on Sunday evening, police and sources said. A suspected man twice stabbed the victim in the arm during an unprovoked attack on a downtown 6 train approaching the Canal Street station at about 6:10 p.m., according to police. The attacker escaped from the train as soon as it stopped at the station. Police said the victim was taken to Bellevue Hospital in a stable condition. No arrests were made immediately on Sunday evening. The suspect, believed to be…

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What Adams, Hochul must do to get workers back to Manhattan

Mayor Eric Adams wants you to go back to the office. Last week, he said of New Yorkers working from home, “I need them to do another job, get back to work. Let’s get our city up.” The mayor is promoting charitable payments for fallen travelers — but that’s not what works. He needs them to believe that coming to the office is in their hands King interests. Adams is right to recall that Midtown is still here. As with many of the mayor’s initiatives, this concept may seem obvious.…

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New York City subway trains hit two people, killing one, within hours, NYPD says

Police said one person was killed and another injured when they were hit by subway trains in two separate accidents in Manhattan that occurred within hours on Saturday evening. Police said a man walking along the subway was hit and killed on three trains near 50th Street. Police said the man was walking along the highway around 10:30 p.m. when he was hit by a southbound train. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police are investigating where a man was killed on a 50th Street subway on Saturday.Christopher Sadowsky…

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Two people cut into the New York City subway

Two people were killed at two Manhattan subway stations in separate incidents Saturday, police said, ushering in another violent night on the city’s public transportation. In the first attack, a man was stabbed in the leg during an attempted robbery in the mezzanine of the 168th Street station in Washington Heights around 8:30 p.m., according to police. Police said two Hispanic men approached the victim, wearing black hoods and masks, and tried to rob him. The victim was stabbed in the leg while trying to escape. Police said he was…

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