The 42-year old victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds during an attack at the NYCHA complex.
A man wielding a knife came at the victims about 4 p.m. Tuesday on East 149th St. near Courtlandt Avenue, following an argument in the street, according to the NYPD.
Michael Larino, 22, was killed when his bicycle collided with a tractor trailer in Mott Haven Thursday, authorities said.
“The New York City police blocked people from leaving before the curfew and then used the curfew as an excuse to beat, abuse, and arrest people who were protesting peacefully,” said Ida Sawyer, co-author of the Human Rights Watch report. “It was a planned operation with no justification that could cost New York taxpayers millions of dollars.”
The victims, ages 33 and 40, suffered non-life threatening wounds in Saturday’s shooting outside the Mill Brook Houses.
Felix Medina suffered terminal injuries around 4 p.m. Thursday when an unidentified gunman opened fire on East 141st Street, squeezing off bullets until Medina was dead.
Two Bronx men were stabbed to death during another violent weekend in the borough.
Police Commissioner Dermot Shea defended Thursday’s operation targeting peaceful protestors in the Bronx, claiming his department had intelligence demonstrators intended to “destroy property, injure cops and to cause mayhem.”
A notorious Bronx drug market run out of a bakery was shut down, and 14 dealers who helped operate it arrested Wednesday, prosecutors said.
Mott Haven families run the highest risk of economic insecurity, with kids in the neighborhood more than 18 times more likely to live in poverty than children in Greenwich Village, the report states.