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Queens Man Arrested for Woodside Shooting That Took Place Near Hart Playground in June

Karma Tsering, pictured left, was allegedly involved in a wild daytime shootout with Tenzin Norgyal (pictured right) near a playground in Woodside on June 7, police said. Tsering was arrested Monday (Photos: NYPD)

Oct. 26, 2022 By Max Murray

A 21-year-old Queens man was arrested Monday for a shooting that took place during a gunfight on a Woodside street in June.

Karma Tsering, of 58th Street in Woodside, was arrested on charges of attempted criminally negligent homicide, assault and other crimes for allegedly shooting a 28-year-old man on the corner of 65th Street and Broadway on Tuesday, June 7 at approximately 3:20 p.m. The incident took place across the street from Hart Playground.

The shooting occurred during a gunfight, when Tsering shot Tenzin Norgyal in the right shoulder. Tsering was not wounded in the shootout.

Norgyal was taken to NYC Health & Hospitals/Elmhurst where he was listed in stable condition and placed under arrested. He was charged with attempted murder.

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worse than cuomo

“I dont know why you care so much about crime”
Our unelected governor to her challenger, last night in the debate

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Mac

The gall of these two men using our streets for a shooting gallery. They should never see the light of day outside a prison again.

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The Big Apple Circus

The NYPD knows how to do police work. Great job! It’s the garbage politicians that have messed up the judicial system. The NYPD brings them in with a case and evidence and the progressive judges, DAs appointed and supported by progressive politicians slaps them on the wrist and let’s them out.
No wonder why police officers around the country are retiring in record numbers.
I was just in San Fran what happened? in the 90s it was a cool place. It’s an absolute disgrace now. I was shocked.

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Republicans Believe in Myths Fairytales Invisible Gods and Conspiracy Theories

Great job NYPD!!! They are really living up to that reputation of hunting down and reeling in these criminals.

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