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Police Arrest Career Criminal Who Pushed Elderly Woman to Ground in NYC [VIDEO]

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*The 31-year-old man caught on camera pushing a 92-year-old woman in Manhattan is a career criminal with more than 100 arrests to his name. 

Rashid Brimmage of the Bronx, has been arrested for shoving an elderly woman into a fire hydrant, hitting her head as she stumbled over. 

Surveillance footage captured the disturbing attack, showing Brimmage approaching her from the opposite direction and assaulting the woman walking with her shopping cart. The incident occurred on Third Avenue between 15th and 16th streets Friday afternoon, NBC New York reports. 

He was arrested Tuesday and charged with assault. The victim was reportedly taken to a hospital in stable condition.

“When they helped me up, I said ‘what happened’ because I didn’t even know what happened. It was completely out of the blue,” said the injured elder, a Bronx native named Geraldine

“I thought a brick hit me or something hit me on the left side of my head, and I went right down and hit my head against the hydrant,” she told The Post of the attack. “Blood was coming out, not spurting blood, but blood was dripping.”

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Days after she was assaulted, Geraldine is still too afraid to go outside.

I’m so happy he was arrested. Boy, he should stay in jail and think about what he did. Try to change, and try to make himself better,” she said.

Brimmage is a convicted sex offender who has been arrested three times since February for alleged assaults. 

Here’s more from the NBC report:

  • He is an NYPD co-response client, which means police have responded with social workers when dealing with him. Brimmage has an extensive history of being emotionally disturbed in police encounters as well.
  • On March 9, he allegedly punched a 29-year-old man in an unprovoked attack at a pizza shop in Manhattan.  A few weeks before that, Brimmage allegedly punched a 39-year-old female at a Dunkin’ Donuts in the Bronx. 
  • On Feb. 4 he allegedly punched a 39-year-old man in the face at that same Dunkin’ Donuts. In the latter two cases, he received desk appearance tickets.
  • Brimmage is currently a suspect in a grand larceny that happened on Feb.19 at the 116th St. train station in which a woman had $120 stolen from her purse.

“Mostly I’m shaken. My head still hurts where it was bleeding, where I hit the hydrant — or where he hit me, I don’t know,” said Geraldine.

“Mainly it’s psychological — just the fear of going out on the street,” she added.

“This damned guy put me in a state where I’m fearful to walk the streets alone. So my super’s trying to find somebody who will walk me to a park nearby or to the supermarket, that kind of thing. So that’s the problem.”

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Actor Rick Schroder Defends Bail for Kenosha Killer Kyle Rittenhouse: ‘It Made Me Mad’

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*Former child star Rick Schroder is catching heat — including death threats — for helping to post bail for Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old suspected white supremacist who travelled from Illinois to Kenosha, Wis., in August, where he fatally shot two Black Lives Matter demonstrators. 

“This was Kyle’s life being destroyed,” Schroder told the New York Post about why he contributed to the teen killer’s bail. “This is his freedom at risk. It infuriated me to see an innocent 17-year-old young man being tried and found guilty before trial.”

The “Silver Spoons” and “NYPD Blue” star put up “hundreds of thousands” of dollars toward Rittenhouse’s $2-million bail, and a lot of folks are pissed off about it.

Would Schroder and other Kyle supporters still empathize if he was a black teenager who travelled across state lines with a firearm that he was not legally allowed to carry, and shot two people dead? Hell-to-the-NO! 

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Rittenhouse was open-carrying an AR-15 rifle, which he allegedly obtained from a friend in Wisconsin. Open carry is legal in the state only if the gun owner is 18 or older.

“It made me mad,” Schroder told the Post. “This boy is innocent and he will be proven innocent. I did what any father should’ve done, and that’s get a kid out of jail that doesn’t deserve to be there.”

Schroder compared Kyle’s case to his own arrests last year on suspicion of domestic violence. No charges were filed after his girlfriend was reportedly uncooperative with police.

“It sucked because everybody thought I was a woman beater, and I’m not a woman beater,” Schroder told the Post. “I was tried and convicted in the court of the media. But you have to understand, that’s only my reputation that was being destroyed.”

According to TMZ, Schroder reached out to police last week after receiving threatening messages on social media in reaction to his support for Rittenhouse.

Meanwhile, Rittenhouse has been charged with six criminal counts, including first-degree intentional homicide, related to the deaths of two males during protests following the Aug. 23 police shooting of Jacob Blake

Rittenhouse’s legal team claims he was defending himself after a mob threatened him and attempted to disarm him. 

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LA Man Says Upstairs ‘Neighbor’ Fired Shots into His Apartment – Cops Do NOTHING / Watch

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*A Los Angeles man named Chris James says he went to bed around 10:30 p.m. and was awoken an hour later from a shotgun firing into his apartment from the unit upstairs.

James says that when police arrived to investigate, they knocked on the door of the apartment above him and when he didn’t answer, they didn’t go inside — a move James thinks is unacceptable considering the situation.

“I feel like I’m in another world. Who is allowed to just shoot into someone’s house?” James questioned. “No one’s gonna do anything until he actually hurts somebody.”

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He said he feels he’s being a target for his race since he’s one of the few Black residents in the predominantly Latinx community, reports KTLA.

The bottom line is that James knows he’s literally in a bad place and needs to get out ASAP. To that end, he’s set up a GoFundMe page for his relocation expenses.

 

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Dallas Man Robbed, Killed After Meeting ‘Catfish’ in Houston, Family Says

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*The family of a Dallas man who was killed during a suspected robbery say they have lost faith in the police working the case. 

Deonte Hicks, 27, reportedly drove to Houston to meet a woman he met online — but police say he was robbed and killed. The family believes he was a victim of catfishing — when a person pretends to be someone else on social media, usually with sinister intentions. 

Hicks was fatally shot on May 10, while standing outside of his car after being lured to the 1000 block of Centre Parkway, according to Crime Stoppers and the Houston Police Department, per PEOPLE. After the slaying, two unknown Black males were seen fleeing on foot “in an unknown direction of travel,” the Crime Stoppers release says. 

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No arrests have been made, and the family says the police aren’t doing enough to find Hicks’ killer(s).  

“It has not been a top priority,”  said his mother, Aleshia King. “My family and I, we’ve gone to Houston headquarters to talk to detectives. I’ve called a million times. Nothing has been done. I’ve been passed off to the next person. I’ve been given the runaround. Nothing done.”

Hicks leaves behind a 4-year-old daughter. 

“Very, very loving father. Kind person,” said his aunt Tamara Peterson. “It has not been a top priority. My family and I, we’ve gone to Houston headquarters to talk to detectives. I’ve called a million times. Nothing has been done. I’ve been passed off to the next person. I’ve been given the runaround. Nothing done.”

Scroll up and check out the video report above. 

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