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Crime NYPD reveals sketch of man wanted for anti-gay hammer attack

00:40  05 december  2019
00:40  05 december  2019 Source:   metro.us

Missouri Man Smashed Wife's Head With Hammer and Then Kept Dead Body in Freezer for 4 Years

  Missouri Man Smashed Wife's Head With Hammer and Then Kept Dead Body in Freezer for 4 Years A 57-year-old Missouri man has been indicted on second-degree murder charges after the beaten corpse of his wife was found in a freezer. Larry Dinwiddie, of Marshfield, 35 miles north east of Springfield, admitted to strangling and bashing his wife over the head with a hammer before disposing of her body in the freezer, police said. The body of Cynthia Dinwiddie was discovered on Monday when staff at the McFadin Storage facility outside the town broke open the man's padlocked unit after complaints of a rancid smell.

A New York City man narrowly missed being crushed beneath a subway train after a hammer -wielding attacker making homophobic comments fought with and then tossed a 21-year-old straphanger onto the tracks before fleeing the A sketch of the suspect wanted in the Nov. 11 attack in the Bronx.

The NYPD released video Wednesday of the shooting of a man sought for four hammer attacks on May 11, 2015. Police say this video shows the suspect attacking

NYPD needs your help finding a suspect who allegedly attacked a man with a hammer after yelling anti-gay slurs. NYPD’s Hate Crime task force is investigating and released a sketch of the suspect earlier this week.

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NYPD Crime Stoppers page tweeted out “ WANTED for an Assault in the confines of the 46th Precinct/Transit District 11 on the N/B train platform at the Tremont Street Station on 11/11/19 @ 1 AM Reward up to $2500 Seen him? Know who he is? Call 1-800-577-TIPS or DM us! Calls are CONFIDENTIAL!#YourCityYourCall”

The victim is a 21-year-old male who was waiting for the N/B train in the Bronx at the Tremont Street station.

The incident took place on November 11, and NBC reported that the suspect tried to hit the victim with the hammer and missed. The suspect and the victim struggled more, and eventually, the suspect threw the victim on the train tracks.

There were plenty of witnesses, who alerted MTA employees of the situation. The MTA was able to stop the arriving train before it was too late. It was also reported that the MTA helped pull the victim back safely.

The victim was transferred to Saint Barnabas Hospital, where he is suffering from a laceration and contusion to his head.

If you or anyone you know has any information about the incident, you are encouraged to call the NYPD Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).You can also send in a tip via Twitter or go to Crimestoppers.com.

Deputies release sketch of suspect wanted in Orange County rape attempt .
Deputies released a sketch Wednesday of a man they said tried to rape a person in Orange County. Officials with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said the incident happened Tuesday around 6:40 a.m. in the area of Dean Road and Mission Bay Boulevard, near University Boulevard. Sign up for our Newsletters Deputies said the victim was approached by an armed white man who attempted to sexually assault the victim. They said the victim fought back and caused him to run away.Officials described the man as in his 20s, 5 feet 9 inches tall with an average build and no visible tattoos, scars or piercings.

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