Now the article states this this young man, Efrain Vargas, was stabbed and killed over a drug robbery, yet there is nothing in the article that states there were drugs inside the Woodhaven basement apartment of Vargas who was a clerk at a drugstore. DOES some of the media actually know how to actually REPORT properly.
Anyway, more nonsense in the getting dangerous and bad every day dirty Southeast Queens. In fact from my 6 years in this far off land, places like South Ozone Park, South Richmond Hill and Woodhaven have gotten worse while Jamaica has gotten a little better with this kind of shit (well, maybe not so much South Jamaica). But then Jamaica’s 103rd precinct is in my opinion a top notch precinct.
But, also lets face reality too, the last two decades with this whole income inequality, the dismantling of the middle class, the pushing people further down the totem pole, while a select few make billions (Trump’s cabinet), corporations become the “new government” and the government is filled with a bunch of crooks, puppets & spineless cowards, the elite in the high glass towers looking down at the masses scrambling to make an existence in this more and more over-crowded world AND the government/corporations pitting all of us against each other.
WELCOME TO THE NEW REALITY
Revolution and Civil War usually follow this kind of oppression as history has shown, but then in the past, people were not distracted or became mindless robots due to twitter, Facebook, American Idol, idiotic reality shows, “alternative facts”, “fake news” bullshit, prescription drugs for made up ailments, and every other form of bullshit that has make most people mindless robots. WAKE UP FOLKS!
“This was a dramatic fight that was inside that room he was in,” NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said about the killing of Efrain Vargas inside a 91st St. home near 91st Ave. in Woodhaven. “It was a locked room. We believe it might be a robbery over drugs.”
Vargas was found face-up, lying next to his bed in the locked room at about 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, although Boyce said he was killed days earlier, officials said.
“It actually happened on Tuesday, so there’s some decomposition as well,” Boyce said. “It’s a forensically rich investigation, but we still have a long way to go in that.”
Vargas’ body was discovered after co-workers had not seen him in a few days and became worried.
It was not immediately clear how the thief managed to get out of the room, which was locked from the inside.
An autopsy concluded that Vargas died of stab and incised wounds — created by a sharp object — to his neck, torso and right upper extremities, a spokeswoman for the city Medical Examiner said.
There were also “blunt impacts of the head,” the spokeswoman added.
His hands and chest were also burned, police sources said.
“It was a pretty bloody crime scene,” Boyce said.
No arrests have been made in the case.