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Teen Stabbed in Stomach on 7-Train Subway Platfrom

The police have released a photo of a man wanted for stabbing a 14-year-old boy in the stomach Wednesday on the 90th Street-Elmhurst subway platform (NYPD)

April 14, 2022 By Czarinna Andres

A 14-year-old boy was stabbed in the stomach on the subway platform in Elmhurst Wednesday, police said.

The boy had exited a Manhattan-bound 7 train at the 90 Street-Elmhurst Avenue stop at around 8:40 a.m. when he was approached by an unknown man on the platform who displayed a sharp object, according to police. The suspect, without saying a word, stabbed the teen in the abdomen. The perpetrator then fled the station in an unknown direction.

EMS responded and transported the boy to NYC Health and Hospitals/Elmhurst in stable condition. The police have released a photo of the suspect.

Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

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Smh

Where’s the report or evidence that supports the article? You are using a liberal biased website that showed no evidence of the claim. Shea, though a Sunnysider, was a terrible commissioner who was constantly bullied by DiBlasio so hearing him backtracking is not surprising.

But tell us, who is to blame with the uptick in violence? Please.

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Thanks to the bail Reform

The bail reform will release him if caught… Just because he looks like a nice guy that didn’t mean to stab anybody…

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You voted for this.

This latest crime wave brought to you by democrats and their imbecilic policies.

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Gullible Republicans believe myths fairytales and conspiracy theories

Keep beating the Republican drum. You’re wasting your time and pulling nobody from the Democrats.

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Jim

Progressives. There are some moderate Dems, just like not every Republican is a right wing fanatic.

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One party monopoly

Immaterial. That’s like being in the Mafia and saying not every mobster is a hitman. Some are just running numbers and extortion rackets. You are still part of the whole corrupt, rotten bunch.

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BoondyA

Adams is gonna have to bring back undercover units, like in 21 Jump Street and catch them in the act. we also need capital punishment back to deter these killers.

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Sleepy Joe

you sure about that Tyler? anyone can write up an article saying is not the cause and put up stats that make zero sense just to get to their side.

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