Queens woman, Katrina Vetrano, never returned home after going jogging on the night of August 2. Hours after being reported missing she was found dead in a marshland.
Authorities say, Vetrano, 30, was murdered and sexually assaulted. She was discovered in the marshes near 161st Ave. and 78th St” and that she had been “strangled,” said a local newspaper. Vetrano was found with her pants pulled down.
One of Vetrano’s neighbors told NBC New York about his shock at the killing. “I feel bad for the parents. She went jogging inside the trail and she never returned home. Continue reading
Jason Dalton, the suspect in the deadly shooting spree in Kalamazoo that left six people dead and two others seriously injured, was a working Uber driver, who dropped off fares during the 7-hour rampage.
Dalton, 45, was dropping off Uber passengers in between three different shooting locations on Thursday night. None of those fares were injured.
Police are investigating reports that he dropped off a group of people at a Fairfield Inn, then went next door to the Cracker Barrel and opened fire, killing four people and severely injuring a 14-year-old girl. Continue reading
NYFD is responding to a large fire in a Trump Tower on the Upper West Side of NYC.
Black smoke was seen billowing out of the 21st floor of the high-rise building on West End Avenue near 65th Street.
The FDNY confirmed that the fire started on a terrace of the building. h/t nbcnewyork Continue reading
The NYC Dunkin’ Donuts location at 37th Street and 8th Avenue has some splaining to do after a video surfaced earlier this week showing a rat crawling on some donuts.
“The items in the video that are being besieged upon by the rats were to be sold for that mornings breakfast rush.
Alec Baldwin is slowly but surely losing it, and it’s just a matter of time before he goes all Mel Gibson…
The 30 Rock star grabbed the reporter, Tara Palmeri, by her arm while yelling at her, “I want you to choke to death,” Palmeri told police, for whom she played an audiotape of the conversation.
Baldwin then called G.N. Miller — a decorated retired detective with the NYPD’s Organized Crime Control Bureau and a staff photographer for The Post — a “coon, a drug dealer,’’ Miller’s police statement said. Source.
Like I said, it’s just a matter of time…