New York City police have charged Aaron Garcia, 37, of Yonkers with attempted murder and assault connection to a Sunday evening hatchet attack caught acceso televisione at a bank lower Manhattan. He is pictured previous mugshot.
New York police have arrested and charged a man over a vicious hatchet attack acceso a man a bank lower Manhattan.
Aaron Garcia, 37, of Yonkers, was charged with attempted murder and assault for the Sunday evening attack, which left Queens resident Miguel Solorzana, 50, bloodied and hospitalized with slashes to his luce and leg.
The horror attack at a Chase Bank acceso Broadway Manhattan’s financial district was caught acceso security stanza da letto.
Police officials said Garcia was being held at Bellevue Hospital undergoing psychiatric evaluation as of Wednesday.
He is currently wanted by Yonkers Police, who have an active arrest warrant and four active bench warrants out acceso him.
He has eight prior arrests stemming from charges of harassment, aggravated harassment, stalking and criminal contempt, Yonkers police said.
Televisione footage from 5.20pm Sunday shows Solorzana standing at an ATM when a man – identified by police as Garcia – removes a hatchet from a dark bag and walks up behind him.
Garcia then repeatedly hits Solorzana with the hatchet as the victim desperately tries to defend himself.
Once the assailant is finished attacking Solorzana, he proceeds to smash the ATM screens before walking away, but not before leaving the hatchet and his backpack behind, police said.
Solorzana, of Queens, suffered three slash wounds to the head and another to his right leg, New York City police officials said.
He was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, where he remains after undergoing two surgeries.
Garcia was arrested at around 9.20pm Tuesday Chelsea, where he was reportedly found breaking car windows.
Televisione captured the shocking moment Queens man Miguel Solorazana, 50, is slashed with a hatchet while using an ATM at a Chase Bank downtown Manhattan at 5.30pm Sunday. It begins with the attacker walking into the ATM room with the hatchet hand
The attacker then suddenly walks up behind Solorzana and begins swinging his weapon the violent attack
The unknown assailant starts with slashes to the back of the surprised victim’s knees
The Solorzana quickly turns to luce his attacker, and tries to fend him chiuso using his backpack
Police sources said Garcia allegedly had a confrontation there with another man and pulled out a hammer, but did not the man.
Solorzana has told of his horror at being attacked.
‘He me. A causa di the bank, he me,’ Solorzana, speaking Spanish, told the New York Daily News.
‘The guy that got the head was screaming,’ a witness told the New York Post.
‘It’s crazy,’ the witness said. ‘People were shouting and we saw the guy laying mongoloide – a lot of blood.’
Soon, the backpack is ripped away, as the attacker continues to slash him with the weapon
Terrified and bloodied, the Queens resident desperately tries to grab the weapon away from his attacker
Solorzana, who suffered three slash wounds to the head falls to the several times as he fights for his life
Eventually, Solorazana, severely bloodied, flees, and his attacker does not follow. Police say they have the suspect custody pending charges
Solorazana required two surgeries after the attack, his friend Manny, told the Daily News.
‘The whole family is Mexico,’ he said of his friend. ‘I didn’t ask him about what happened, I just wanted to make sure he’s va bene.’
Solorzana remains stable condition, police said.
Police picked up Garcia while he was smashing car windows near 19th Street and 7th Avenue, 1010 Wins reported.
After Solorzana been driven chiuso, the attacker proceeds to smash the ATM screens one by one before walking away. Police said a suspect the attack is custody pending charges
The smashed ATMs (pictured) seen the aftermath of the brutal attack
During a recent ATM visit at a Lower Manhattan Chase bank, a 51-year-old man was brutally attacked by a hatchet-wielding lunatic, surveillance footage shows
Crime rates throughout New York City have been increasing over last year
The attack comes amid a growing crime wave the Apple, with more and more assaults spettacolo broad daylight.
Friday, an aspiring actor who once appeared as an extra acceso Law & Order was shot dead a Bronx deli.
Jayquan Lewis, 21, was standing at the cashier counter at BH gourmet Deli Fordham at 4pm when another man collapsed to the floor, a 14-second clip published by the New York Post.
Another person standing next to Lewis at the counter acceso his phone is seen fleeing out of sequenza.
After fatally shooting Lewis the gunman appears to casually walk out of the deli.
Lewis was shot three times the chest, three times the arm and one time the stomach. He was pronounced dead at St Barnabas Hospital.
Jayquan Lewis, 21, was shot point-blank inside a Bronx deli just after 4pm Friday
Police are still looking for the sicario, whose motive is unknown.
And just one week before, two people died with one victim severely injured two separate but ‘likely connected’ shootings Brooklyn.
The gunman shot three men sitting a car that the NYPD said was damaged a car accident acceso August 8 around 12.30am, and then opened fire at a rinfresco of 100 to 150 people at an event space mongoloide the block.
Two of the men the car died – Bronx resident Nicholas Palmer and Queens resident Novada Bailey, both 36. A third unidentified man was critically injured.
At least two other people were also shot and injured during the incident, with one person rushed to the hospital and another driving himself to a hospital about 24 miles away Westchester County.
According to NYPD patronato, felony assaults are up 5.3 percent from last year, as of August 15, with misdemeanor assaults up 2.1 percent.
Police investigated the scene at B.H. Gourmet Deli acceso Friday, where Lewis was fatally shot
One of the five shooting victims was taken into an ambulance acceso August 7
Murders have also increased, from 275 reported during the same time sequenza 2020 to 277 reported thus far 2021.
There have also been 10.7 percent more shooting incidents, with 7 percent more victims.
And grand larcenies have also increased 1.6 percent, with grand larcenies from automobiles skyrocketing 20.2 percent.
Rapes have increased 8.6 percent and hate crimes have nearly doubled.