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NYPD: 15-Year-Old Boy Shot at Jackson Heights Playground Saturday

March 21, 2022 By Christian Murray

A 15-year-old boy was shot inside a Jackson Heights playground Saturday afternoon.

The teenager was shot in the back and torso at Playground Ninety, located near Northern Boulevard and 89th Street, at around 3:30 p.m., police said.

The shooting stemmed from an argument that the victim had with the perpetrator, according to police. The shooter is believed to be a man in his early 20s.

The victim is expected to survive. No arrests have been made.

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Javier

What is wrong with these cowardly savages lately? A 20 yr old shooting a CHILD?? If he shoots a child he deserves 20 yrs in prison because if he can shoot a kid, he’ll shoot anyone. Buncha cowards in this generation. They never would’ve survived the 70-80’s.

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Jorge Colon

Are you assuming this “CHILD??” is an angel? This story is only 5 sentences long. Let’s wait until Christian Murray actually reports on some of the details.

This park is always inhabited by druggies, urinating alcoholics, dirt bikers and other unsavory elements. And the 115 does nothing.

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Singh

That park has been a cesspool of filth for decades. Needs a good cleaning.. wheres Bernard Goetz ?

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