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Police Looking for Group of Men who Attacked 30-Year-Old on Long Island City Street

Oct. 9, 2018 By Christian Murray

Police are looking for four suspects who allegedly attacked a 30-year-old man in Long Island City on Sunday.

Police say that one of the men attacked the victim in front of 45-11 33rd St. at about 3:45 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 7. The three other men then joined in on the assault, leaving the victim with a large slash wound to his back.

The suspects then fled.

The victim was transported to Elmhurst Hospital in stable condition.

Police have released a photo of the suspects.

Anyone with information on the case should contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-8477, or text CRIMES and then enter TIP577, or visit

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Saul alinsky

Blame our socialist mayor for tying the hands of the cops and not having the presence like they use to. Urinate defecate drink liquor in the public disorderly behavior . All sanctioned and acceptable. He if u can do that now u can rob maim beat ect ect.


Wow, Justin Timberlake! That is brilliant! With ideas like that, you should be chief of police. “Check the projects” why didn’t anyone else think that! But of course you know the police won’t actually do that because they’re all on ‘the take’ if you know what I mean, or they’re busy handing out parking ticket to us law abiding citizen or better yet, eating donuts, amirite. But you should really move on that ‘Check the projects’ thing, maybe send it to a Congressman or the Fox Five Problem-Solvers. Really get on that. It’s such a stroke of genius and not a worthless troll remark at all.


I know one and he is from Cambridge so what does that say? But it must be true because I said I know him.

Frances Michaels

Just run their pics in N.Y.P.D. DATABASE…..they’ll come up !! Or Just go by the projects….they’ll be hanging out at the corner !!


“…run their pics in N.Y.P.D. DATABASE”!?! Bwahahahahaha. You’ve been watching too much CSI.


Astoria is still a great place to live for those that do not mind the decline in safety, noise, traffic, pollution and crowds. Its cheaper than Manhattan, Brooklyn and LIC.


Vinny nailed it. These type of issues listed above do not happen anywhere else in the entire city. Crazy how the bullseye has landed only on Astoria. Personally, I blame it on Obama and the Clintons. Huge conspiracy that should be looked into.


Ah yes who could forget Obama and the Clintons’ conspiracy to take down Astoria?

Trumpeters are *actually* stupid enough to believe this ???


I blame the hipsters and lack of parking spaces. And Bike lanes they had something to do with it too.


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