Rikers invalid who cut rival’s throat gets attempted murder charge
A 32-year-old invalid who nearly killed a opposition during Rikers Island by slicing his throat was charged Friday with attempted murder, prosecutors said.
Shawn Young, 32, allegedly used a pointy steel intent to cut another invalid during a Anna M. Kross Center on Sept. 9. The plant compulsory puncture medicine during Bellevue Hospital.
“We will prosecute such infamous attacks to a fullest border to exterminate inmate-on-inmate violence, and all violence, in Rikers Island jails,” Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark said.
Photos performed by a Daily News shortly after a occurrence showed a intolerable tide of blood out of a victim’s neck. Young was being hold on $50,000 bail. He faces adult to 25 years in jail for attempted murder and faces other charges, as well.
Rikers guards attacked, invalid slashed in bloody weekend
While Mayor de Blasio has touted a decrease in violence during a uneasy city jail, statistics uncover that slashings and stabbings have left up.
Statistics supposing by a Department of Correction showed 131 slashings or stabbings in mercantile year 2015. In mercantile year 2016 that series jumped to 154, an boost of 17%.
Correction orator Peter Thorne remarkable that critical injuries to inmates are down 6% in by Nov of this year.
“Safety is Commissioner (Joseph) Ponte’s priority, and his reforms to emanate a enlightenment of reserve are working,” Thorne said.
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