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Crime: Man accused of fatal subway shove arraigned on murder charge

14-Year-Old Charged With Killing 54-Year-Old, Also Suspected in Separate Slaying

  14-Year-Old Charged With Killing 54-Year-Old, Also Suspected in Separate Slaying The teen also will be charged in a fatal shooting at a Safeway on October 29, police said in a Facebook post.Officers were dispatched to a Renton grocery store parking lot just before 6 p.m. on Wednesday. Officers found the victim lying on the sidewalk with multiple gunshot wounds. Paramedics and officers attended to the man, but he was later pronounced dead at the scene, the Seattle Times reported.

NEW YORK (AP) — The man accused of pushing a woman to her death in a New York City subway station was arraigned on a murder charge Wednesday and ordered held without bail.

A person wearing a face mask reading, © Provided by Associated Press A person wearing a face mask reading, "Stop Asian Hate," attends a candlelight vigil in honor of Michelle Alyssa Go, a victim of a subway attack several days earlier, Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022, in New York's Times Square. (AP Photo/Yuki Iwamura)

Simon Martial, 61, was charged with second-degree murder in the death of Michelle Alyssa Go, who was shoved in front of a subway train in the Times Square station on Saturday.

A mental fitness exam was ordered for Martial, who authorities said was on parole for a prior felony conviction at the time of the attack. His next court date is Feb. 23.

A vigil was held in Times Square on Tuesday night for Go, who was 40 years old and worked for the consulting firm Deloitte.

A prosecutor in the Manhattan district attorney's office said the office is seeking to determine whether the attack was motivated by racial bias against Go, who was Asian American.

A request for comment was sent to New York County Defenders Services, which is representing Martial.

State Seeks Death Penalty for Parents Accused of ‘Especially Heinous’ Murder of Adopted Daughter Found Skeletonized in Burned Attic .
State prosecutors in Arizona are seeking the death penalty against a married couple accused of killing their 11-year-old adopted daughter, hiding her body in the attic of their home for several years, and then setting the house on fire. The post State Seeks Death Penalty for Parents Accused of ‘Especially Heinous’ Murder of Adopted Daughter Found Skeletonized in Burned Attic first appeared on Law & Crime.State prosecutors in Arizona are seeking the death penalty against a married couple accused of killing their 11-year-old adopted daughter, hiding her body in the attic of their home for several years, and then setting the house on fire.

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