Tuesday, May 30, 2023

New York police are fighting a wave of violence after the pandemic

From the data of the New York Police, United States, the wave of violence in that city has increased after the pandemic; while the principal charges remain with the elders.

According to these figures from the authorities of that American state, crimes generally remained stable in 2022; but more than 34% to 2018.

These police figures, which were released by the New York Post, highlight that some progress has been made in law enforcement in the past year in five of the seven categories of crime; was overshadowed by continued crime. They deny that car theft has increased.

However, we confirm the above-mentioned middle authorities of New York He diligently increases the crime; considering this reduced to 146 from 168, at the same time last year

“The statistics are more disconcerting compared to pre-COVID-19 figures: all major categories saw a double-digit jump compared to 2018, With crime levels 34.1% lower”, they point out in the New York Post.

Similarly, they note in the said American media homicides increased 30% compared to five years ago; while the theft increases to a quarter.

“Felony assault is 35% higher, and auto theft is up 217%,” they added.

Taking the above into account, a police source told the Post that “Not enough cops to deal with crime (…) They cannot approve the date.

The mind of the citizens does not stop bothering them. – Image: Getty Images / Source Image

In the US, a father defends his step-son from a fight and ends up dying in it

A man in the United States is defending his stepson’s life from a group of people who wanted to end a fight at the teenager’s school. The battle ended in tragedy despite the intervention of the authorities and the aid teams that arrived on the scene.

The incident occurred in Baltimore, Maryland, where the man was identified as Christopher Michael Wright, 43; He met a group of three teenagers and two adults, as explained by the local New York Post, adding that these people came to his door to ask for a 14-year-old teenager who is the son of his fiancée.

Faced with the threats of the men who asked the young man to go out to fight, and in the face of Wright’s refusal, the assailants insisted that the stepfather of the minor should answer for the minor, for whom they entered the battle with the most serious injuries. in Wright.

“Officers responded to a report of an assault that had just occurred in the 300 block of Arundel Road West in Brooklyn. He who comes, a victim; who was identified as Christopher Michael Wright, 43; She was treated by Anne Arundel County Fire Department personnel. The local police department said in a statement about the incident.

To fightThe man died after being seriously injured by the attackers. Image reference. – Photo: Getty Images

“The victim was in the trauma center area for treatment of life-threatening injuries. Through your investigation, Officers learned that the suspects had arrived at the victim’s residence in connection with an earlier altercation. (…) On May 20, 2013, at approximately 9:45 am, the victim succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at the hospital. the authorities concluded.

The body was found after someone had searched the interior of the building;The assailants were insisting that the boy’s stepfather should answer, so that he might enter into battle. Image reference. – Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto

“Look at the damage, don’t punch what he did (…) Like, he didn’t punch any. The damage was already done before the ambulance took him away. Wright’s fiancee, Tracy Karopchinsky, told local outlet WBAL-TV.

“Usually, he would be at work and he would be the only one who took care of us every Saturday (…) I would come home and see him smiling at me.”Karopchinsky’s youngest son expressed the above.

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