9 People Shot, 41 Injured in New York City During an Overnight Shooting

New York City became a Wild West when at least 9 people were shot at, and 41 others injured— including a Bronx teenager on July 4. The alarming surge of violence unfolded as the city filled up with ongoing anti-police violent acts, weeks of locking orders caused by the outbreak of coronavirus and rising summer temperatures. Furthermore, illegal fireworks exploded in the five districts all night long, contributing to the noisy environment.

Jose Cepeda, a little late midnight in East New York, Brooklyn, was shot in the chest at the first fatal shot of the night. The 20th of Cepida and a friend had a “small argument,” said Natasha Ramsay, a neighbor of the Daily News, in front of the victim’s home at Atkins Ave, near Pitkin Ave.

Cepeda raced into the University Hospital of Brookdale, but he couldn’t be rescued. It was just the first in a series of horrific cases for which cop syndicates blame the mayor of Blasio and Corey Johnson, the Council Speaker who approved the annual budget last week, which transferred about $1 billion in the funding received by the NYPD to satisfy the requests of activists for police reform. In the hours after the Fourth July fireworks last year, 9 people were shot, 1 fatally and 2 men slammed.

Officials to Shut Down the City Due to COVID-19

The rise in mayhem this year continued a troubling crime surge, as coronavirus forced officials to shut down the city in mid-March. According to NYPD figures, June was particularly violent, with 250 people shooting in the first 28 days of the month. The number of people shot in the same time last year is massive compared with the 97, and it is the most violent of all in NYPD in the city since 1996. In the city, the number of murders has risen by 23% this year, with 176 killings on 28 June versus 143 in the same time last year.

And in the middle of the 1990s and into the mid-2000s the murder rate is still much lower. Between January 1 and June 28, the city experienced 255 murders in 2006. A 23-year-old was killed on W on Harlem Sunday. Near Morningside Park at 2:40 am 116th St. Since the shooter injuring himself and dying minutes later, the police were told about the incident, sources said. Sources said.

A 19-year-old man was shot dead in his chest and a 27-year-old blasted around 4:20 am on his left shoulder. E exploded after a big controversy. Sources confirmed the 39th St. close to Avenue D in East Flatbush, Brooklyn.

Victims Get Hospitalized

The incident had rushed both victims to King’s County Hospital, but the young person could not be saved. Police said that the older man was stable. A forty-year-old man on Sutter Ave. near Mother Gaston Blvd, was fatally shot in the thickets of the Hughes Houses in Brownsville, Brooklyn, police said just 40 minutes later. They have been rushed to the University Hospital of Brookdale, where he died.

A 22-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman were shot at Euclid Ave. near Sutter Ave., about half a mile from the first deadly shootings in the night, police said. The guy was shot in his abdomen, and at 2:30 a.m. he was stabbed in his right leg. Cops said both patients were taken and expected to recover to Brookdale University Hospital.

In Harlem, after six people were injured in a shooting that occurred at a party of 131St, a 26-year-old man was killed. And the police said Lenox Ave. shortly before 1 a.m. Four of the victims were rushed into Harlem Hospital by paramedics, while the authorities said two of the victims had been shot to the hospital later in the evening. In none of the cases were charged and inquiries continued, police said.

Teenager Shot

A terrible wave of violence erupted on Sunday afternoon and evening and left five men dead — one twenty-one years old man in Brownsville in Brooklyn, and one twenty-neighbour in Mt. Eden, Bronx, and two men that died the following gunfire on E. 171st. 171st. St, also in the Bronx, by College Ave. Two others, including a 15-year-old boy, were wounded and another man was shot at College Ave.

The boy, on Madison Ave. at E. shot in the leg. Rushed to Mt. Sinai-St. 110th Str. in East Harlem shortly before 6:45 p.m. Hospital of Luke and it was safe. The brutality was deemed “disgraceful” by NYPD Assistant CEO Kathleen O’Reilly, Patrol Commander, Manhattan North.

The outcry came during the weeks of Black Lives. It is when the black Minneapolis man George Floyd died in a white policeman’s knee. The overt confrontation stirred up outrage. The shootings on Sunday have taken advantage of the current crisis climate. It is said by Minister Donovan Richards, chairman of the Public Safety Committee of the Council.

The chaos has been a treat for President Trump as his re-election prospects challenge. It is his crazy handling of coronavirus and national demonstrations. This has been a spree of inflammatory declarations.

The declaration evoked Trump’s calls last month to send the National Guard. It is at the height of violent Big Apple demonstrations, but city officials prevented him from doing so.

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