Domestic violence suspect shoots at cops and gets what's coming.
At Proctor High School in Utica an attempted stabbing left one student with multiple injuries. That student suffered several cuts to his back and hands, police say, but the injuries are not considered life-threatening.
Utica Police say teaching staff was notified of the fight in a first-floor hallway and as they approached, they could see that one of those involved was repeatedly stabbing the other.
Utica police have confirmed to WIBX 950 that both are students at the high school. Thus far, they have only said the suspect was an 18-year-old male and the victim is a 17-year-old male.
"The teachers took immediate action, without regard for their own safety, and attempted to separate the parties," according to a joint news release from UPD and the School District.
Teachers forcibly disarmed the student and took him to a secure area until the police arrived. The victim is being treated at a local hospital.
At least 149 people, mostly teenagers and young adults in their 20s, were killed in a crush when a huge crowd celebrating Halloween surged into an alley in a nightlife area of the South Korean capital Seoul on Saturday night, emergency officials said.
A further 65 people were injured in the melee in Seoul's Itaewon district, Choi Sung-beom, head of the Yongsan Fire Station, said in a briefing at the scene.
Nineteen of the injured were in serious condition and receiving emergency treatment, the officials said, adding the death toll could rise.
A woman in Chicago near the Gold Coast believed she was about to be carjacked and was shot at by bikers after one of them pointed a gun at the woman after she reversed her car, striking one of the bikes.
PARK SLOPE, Brooklyn (WABC) -- An apparent argument over not saying "thank you" for opening the door of a Brooklyn smoke shop ended with a 37-year-old man fatally stabbed late Tuesday.
It happened around 10:20 p.m. at Park Slope Convenience on 4th Avenue in Park Slope.
"It was just about not saying 'thank you' for opening the door for him," employee Kharef Alsaidi said as he reopened the bodega.
Alsaidi said the victim opened the door for the suspect and then asked, "Why don't you say, 'Thank you for opening the door'?"
The suspect responded, "I didn't tell you to open the door for me."
The verbal dispute quickly escalated to a physical altercation that spilled outside the store, and the victim is said to have taunted the suspect, telling him, "Stab me if you can do it."
The suspect grabbed a knife from his bicycle and stabbed the victim the abdomen and neck, according to authorities.
"The victim started screaming, 'He stabbed me, he stabbed me,'" Alsaidi said.
He said the victim stumbled back into the store, "bleeding all over the floor."
The man was rushed to New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
The suspect biked away south on the 4th Avenue.
"I tried to deescalate the problem by telling the guy, 'Just put the knife away. He's not worth it. It's not worth it," Alsaidi said. "I did my best to deescalate, but nothing worked."
Another mass shooting during a street takeover in the crime infested city of Chicago.
Three people are dead, including the suspected gunman, in a shooting at a St. Louis high school Monday morning.
On Saturday, October 15, 2022, at approximately 0333 hours, three individuals approached Cellini Jewelers located at 430 Park Avenue while it was closed for business. One of the individuals used a sledgehammer to break two glass doors at the location. Once inside, the individuals removed assorted high end jewelry items. A full inventory of the items removed is pending at this time. The estimated value of the items removed is over $500,000. The individuals fled the location on foot in an unknown direction. No injuries have been reported as a result of this incident.
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