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16-year-old stabbed in the back outside Brooklyn deli is now ‘afraid to go outside’

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A 16-year-old girl who was stabbed in the back now fears to leave her Brooklyn apartment as police continue to search for the 20-year-old suspect.

Dagean Wilson, 16, was walking into Urban Juice Bar and Grill near her Brownsville home at around 6:00 PM on May 22 to get some ice cream when she was stabbed.

Security footage shows the man carrying a water bottle, lifting a black knife and stabbing her once in the left shoulder without saying a word before walking away.

The suspect has since been identified as Osie Lewis, 20, who is still at large.

Wilson told the New York Post she didn’t even know Lewis at the time and doesn’t know why he would stab her.

She said she now gets “anxious” when she has to leave her house, and her mother, LaRonda Hicks, now makes sure that one of her sisters is always with her when she leaves.

Hicks also shared: CBS News they now plan to move out of the Big Apple, as the crime wave continues in the city — with a nearly 40 percent increase in serious crimes from last year.

†[We] must flee the city,” she said. “Too much is being killed.”

Shocking video showed a man stabbing 16-year-old Dagean Wilson as she entered the Urban Juice Bar and Grill in Brooklyn on May 22.

The suspect was seen running towards Wilson as she entered the store

The suspect was seen running towards Wilson as she entered the store

The man was seen with a water bottle and a black knife up

He then walked away from the scene

Security footage shows the man carrying a water bottle, lifting a black knife and stabbing her once in the left shoulder without saying a word before walking away

Wilson was taken to Brookdale University Hospital, where she was treated and released

Wilson was taken to Brookdale University Hospital, where she was treated and released

Wilson said she didn’t even realize she had been stabbed when she walked into the juice bar on May 22, telling the Post: “I felt a sharp pain. It didn’t feel like I was being stabbed or anything so I just went into the store and two guys came in and told me I had been stabbed.

“They said they saw him do it,” she continued. “They took me home and I told my mother what had happened.”

Once she got back to her house, Hicks recounted: PIX 11 it was a “deeper wound” than she’d expected, confirming that it looked like she’d been stabbed.

At that point, Hicks said, Wilson “started to panic” and cry.

She was later taken to Brookdale University Hospital, where she was treated and released.

But in the aftermath, Wilson said she’s afraid of leaving her Brooklyn apartment.

“I just keep looking over my shoulder,” she told the Post. ‘I just keep looking sideways. It’s a little scary going out now.

“I’m really worried,” she explained. “It’s still in the back of my mind.”

Police are now continuing to search for Lewis, who was seen in the security footage in a black T-shirt with a white lion image on the back, gray sweatpants and white sneakers.

He was described by authorities as being of medium skin tone, about 150 pounds, of thin build and black hair and a goatee.

They ask anyone with information on his whereabouts to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.

Wilson said she is afraid to leave her Brooklyn apartment in the aftermath of the stabbing

Wilson said she is afraid to leave her Brooklyn apartment in the aftermath of the stabbing

The suspect was identified as Osie Lewis, 20 (pictured) who is still at large

The suspect was identified as Osie Lewis, 20 (pictured) who is still at large

While homicides and shootings are down 9 and 6.5 percent respectively from 2021, total crime in the Big Apple is up 38.42 percent so far in 2022

While homicides and shootings are down 9 and 6.5 percent respectively from 2021, total crime in the Big Apple is up 38.42 percent so far in 2022

The shooting comes amid skyrocketing crime across the five boroughs, with New York City Police Department reporting total crime in the Big Apple is up 38.42 percent from last year.

And while murders and shootings have stopped 9 and 6.5 percent respectively as of 2021, the number of major thefts so far this year is more than double what it was around the same time last year.

The number of robberies has also increased by 39.3 percent from last year, while the number of crimes has increased by 18.4 percent and the number of rapes by 16.1 percent.

On Tuesday, Jose Gonzalez, 35, was also found eviscerated in his New York City apartment, and police believe a drunken brawl led to the gruesome murder.

He was found face down on his bed and covered in his own blood. and the police said they suspect he was murdered by his new roommate, with whom he would like to drink.

The NYPD detailed how Gonzalez was stabbed in the neck, shoulder, arms and stomach with wounds so deep that his guts were hanging out of his body. His face and abdomen were also covered in dried blood.

Jose Gonzalez, 35, was found eviscerated in his bed Tuesday night

Jose Gonzalez, 35, was found eviscerated in his bed Tuesday night

Police classified the man's death as manslaughter on Wednesday morning

Police classified the man’s death as manslaughter on Wednesday morning

And on Friday, an Asian man was brutally beaten in a New York City subway station after being anonymously accused of attempted assault on a girl on the train.

Video shared online this weekend shows the unidentified man being held and harassed by a group of men at the Fulton Street station in Manhattan.

It was presented online by some advocacy groups as a racist attack because the victim is Vietnamese, at a time when attacks on Asians have skyrocketed.

But the story changed after the person who recorded the viral video described it as a vigilante.

The videographer, who asked to remain anonymous, told the New York Post that he saw the Asian man being held and asked, “Why are you holding that guy?”

The proprietor said he pulled the ‘victim’ onto the platform because he had just attempted to sexually assault a woman on a subway. They waited for police to arrest him, but officers didn’t arrive for nearly 20 minutes, the man told the Post.

In the video of the incident, a person can be heard yelling at the man, ‘You touching girls, you touching girls – little sisters and all, mothers and everything. You filthy, son.’

“I have a daughter,” another man was heard to say before slapping the man. “If the police lock me up, I’ll pay my own bail.”

Police have released photos of the alleged attackers and are asking the public for help in locating them. Police have not received any reports of an alleged assault, police sources told DailyMail.com on Tuesday evening.

Video shows Asian man being held and beaten by a group of men at Fulton Street station in Manhattan Friday afternoon

The attack was portrayed as a vigilante after he was anonymously accused of attempted assault on a girl on the train

Police in New York City are investigating a video circulating on social media showing three people holding and brutally beating an Asian man in a subway station in lower Manhattan.

The attack was portrayed as a vigilante after he was anonymously accused of attempted assault on a girl on the train

But New York Mayor Eric Adams had campaigned to tackle the crime.

In January, New York City Mayor Eric Adams unveiled a comprehensive plan to curb the rise in crime. That included more foot patrols and the revival of a plainclothes unit called Neighborhood Safety Teams.

He also launched his subway safety initiative in April, sending about 1,000 officers to the city’s busy public transportation system to stamp out crime and vagrancy.

And on Thursday, Adams named Andre Mitchell as his “Tsar for Gun Violence.” In that position, he will co-chair a new anti-violence task force with Deputy Mayor Sheena Wright to end the arms epidemic in the city.

The group will include Adams’ Deputy Mayors, NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell, and School Chancellor David Banks.

“Anyone who impacts or affects the lives of young people will be part of the solution to dealing with gun violence because we can’t continue to believe that you solved the problem because you made an arrest,” Adams said at a news conference. . †

“We want to make sure we give the resources to the people who need it, who are on the ground. We’re going to do more.’

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