A man brought his bullet-riddled car to Philadelphia police as proof of a road rage shooting early Tuesday morning. The shooting happened around 1:30 a.m. at 55th and Master streets in West Philadelphia.
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The victim drove his car to the nearby 18th police district headquarters at 55th and Pine. He told officers he was driving when someone from another car fired at him multiple times. The man was not injured.
Police have not said what led to the road rage incident. Authorities are checking area surveillance cameras for a description of the suspect’s vehicle.
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A person of interest is now in custody after video surfaced of a dirt bike rider attacking a driver and then pulling out a gun following a crash in South Philadelphia, police said.
Philadelphia Police said Thursday that a person of interest was identified and arrested. They have not yet revealed the specific charges against him.
On Tuesday, shortly after 6 p.m., a 25-year-old man was driving with his 13-year-old brother north on Broad Street behind several dirt bikes and quads. The group of bikes stopped abruptly on the 1100 block of Broad Street, causing the man’s car to strike one of the bikes, police said.
The driver told police he got out of his car to see if the rider of the bike was hurt. The dirt bike rider allegedly became hostile and demanded payment for the damages to his vehicle.
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White House press secretary Jen Psaki accused former President Donald Trump of fueling a rise in crimes against Asian-Americans by referring to the coronavirus as the “Wuhan virus.”
“I think that there’s no question that some of the damaging rhetoric that we saw during the prior administration, calling COVID the Wuhan virus or other things, led to perceptions of the Asian-American community that are inaccurate, unfair … has elevated threats against Asian-Americans and we’re seeing that around the country.”
The media continues to blame “White Supremacists” for the violence against Asian Americans, but the crime statistics tell a different story. Though black people comprise 13% of the population. They committed 27.5% of all violent crimes against Asian Americans in 2018. While whites comprise 62% of the population they commit 24% of crimes against Asians. But please tell me how white supremacy is the issue.