Today: Immigration agents are frustrated in Queens, NYCHA’s market-rate plans in East Harlem are panned, and a Bronx mural memorializes killed EMT worker.
More than 30 angry Queens residents tried to stop federal immigration agents on Tuesday from arresting a neighborhood construction worker accused of burglary and illegally reentering the country. (The Daily News)
The 39-year-old victim, whose name has not been released, was blasted outside the 7 & 7 Deli & Supermarket at 162nd St. and Station Rd. in Murray Hill around 12:05 a.m., police said. (The Daily News)
A North Carolina man’s weekend trip to New York City to do “touristy stuff” ended with him locked up on Rikers — for leaving a pistol behind in his Brooklyn motel room. (The Daily News)
A growing list of elected officials Tuesday came out against NYCHA’s plan to build high-end housing on public land, with U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney talking about filing legislation that would stop it. (The Daily News)
A horse got loose and galloped through Hell’s Kitchen during rush hour Tuesday afternoon, cops said. (New York Post)
Arroyo’s image now graces a corner of Morrison and Westchester avenues, steps away from a 6 Train stop, since May 24 — the very neighborhood where she worked as an EMT. (DNAinfo)
(Feature photo: BOENE75; Photos: Google Street View)