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New York City has seen a rise in violent crimes committed by men who are repeat offenders, often arrested for violent or alarming crimes in the past but not held in prison while awaiting trial.

Winston Glynn, 30

Winston Glynn, 30

Winston Glynn: ‘Teen cashier shot and killed at Burger King where he worked’

Winston Glynn, a 30-year-old homeless man, was arrested for the cold-blooded murder of a 19-year-old Burger King cashier during a January robbery.

He was free to kill after being released without bail for threatening another man with a screwdriver just over a month before the murder.

Glynn was on the street after his November 30 arrest because his crime was “not eligible for bail.”

Xavier Israel: ‘Beating up Good Samaritans’

Xavier Israel, 25

Xavier Israel, 25

Xavier Israel, 25

Xavier Israel, 25, who had previously assaulted three other people in the past two weeks, had assaulted an unidentified 59-year-old man who tried to give the homeless man his coat in freezing temperatures. He is charged with assault, theft and grand theft.

Israel had been arrested and released for its three previous attacks, one on January 2 when he allegedly beat up two 18-year-olds in Central Park, and then on Saturday when he assaulted a 49-year-old woman who was trying to help him.

According to NYPD records, both times he had been released on agency tickets — meaning he had to appear in court on a different date — because he had no previous convictions.

Craig Tamanaha, 49 years old

Craig Tamanaha, 49 years old

Craig Tamanaha, 49 years old

Craig Tamanaha: ‘Set the Fox News Christmas tree on fire’

Craig Tamanaha, 49, was arrested for setting fire to the Fox News Christmas tree on Dec. 7. It wasn’t a political attack — the homeless man randomly targeted the tree, climbed into it while Fox News employees watched, then used a lighter to get it out.

Tamanaha has a long criminal record spanning at least 20 years and two states, and he was arrested in November for exposing himself outside the city’s Ghislaine Maxwell trial.

In 2002, Tamanaha, then 30, was arrested in Abilene, Texas, on charges of public intoxication. Between 2017-2018, he was arrested three times and charged with public intoxication, burglary and resisting arrest.

Tamanaha, who is described as unhoused and “emotionally disturbed,” faces six charges, including arson, reckless endangerment, criminal mischief and criminal trespassing.

Because all his charges are felonies, he has not been able to get bail and Tamanaha is back on the streets without supervision or mental health care.

Agustin Garcia: Arrested in Crime Wave That Started in Bronx

Agustin Garcia, 63

Agustin Garcia, 63

Agustin Garcia, 63

Agustin Garcia, 63, was arrested three times within 36 hours in a crime sequence that began in the Bronx, where he allegedly stole a twelve-pack of Coors Light from a bodega on East 165th Street around 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 21.

Charged with petty theft, he returned to the street — a few hours later, he was handcuffed again, according to New York police.

Garcia then robbed a subway driver with a knife at the Canal Street subway station around 3am on Nov. 22, telling her to “stay behind” as she chased him, police said.

He was arrested, charged with theft and released.

Just seven hours later, police arrested Garcia as he attempted to climb onto a platform from the track at the West 145th Street/Lenox Avenue station. He fled into the tunnel after stealing another commuter’s iPhone.

After this third arrest, he was charged with grand theft and criminal offenses and was sent to Bellevue Hospital for a 72-hour psychiatric evaluation.

Darrell Johnson: ‘Sleep two women in the Upper West Side’

Darrell Johnson, 28,

Darrell Johnson, 28,

Darrell Johnson, 28,

Darrell Johnson, 28, was arrested on Dec. 2 for allegedly beating two women on Manhattan’s Upper West Side just minutes apart, leaving one of the victims with a “deforming” injury and taking both to the hospital. sent.

The career criminal was out on the streets despite being charged again with assault, attempted assault and harassment following an August 2020 incident in which he allegedly punched and stomped a man in Harlem.

Johnson was charged with two counts of assault with intent to cause bodily harm and multiple charges of assault and harassment for the December attacks.

Despite the slew of new and old charges against him and his lengthy rap sheet of at least 15 previous arrests, a Manhattan judge agreed to release Johnson without bail pending trial.

Johnson is due to appear in court again on February 1, 2022.

Anthonia Egegbara: ‘Innocent woman pushed towards train tracks in Times Square’

Anthonia Egegbara, 29

Anthonia Egegbara, 29

Anthonia Egegbara, 29

Anthonia Egegbara, 29, of Queens, was charged with attempted murder on Oct. 7, based on surveillance footage that showed her pushing an innocent woman toward the tracks as a train crashed into the Times Square station.

The unprovoked attack comes just three months after she was released without bail following an alleged attack on July 5 in which a 40-year-old woman suffered a black eye, broken nose and knocked out tooth.

Egegbara, who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia, has a history of assault charges, including at least seven times before, according to NYPD records.

In the three most recent incidents, she is said to have kicked or bitten other women on public transport.

Isus Thompson: ‘Randomly beaten cop in the head with backpack filled with metal safe’

Isus Thompson, 38

Isus Thompson, 38

Isus Thompson, 38

Isus Thompson, 38, randomly hit Officer Kyo Sun Lee in the head on Nov. 14 with a backpack filled with a metal safe, DVD player and some adult videos in the Bronx.

Unsolicited, Thompson approached Lee, 30, on East 194th Street in the Fordham Manor neighborhood of The Bronx around 1:30 a.m. before attacking him from behind.

Thompson, who was also in possession of a metal box cutter at the time of his arrest, was facing three separate charges for assault, possession of weapons, harassment and resisting arrest, court records show.

One of his assault charges was listed as a felony, which gives the judges the freedom to set bail, but Thompson was instead released pending release, meaning he only has to check in with the court periodically.

Thomas had previously been arrested for stabbing Officer Demitrios Raptis with a knife in 2008.

Thompson pleaded guilty to second-degree attempted murder in 2008 for stabbing Raptis six times in the stomach. Most of the blows were absorbed by Raptis’ body armor, but he also suffered stab wounds and still has a scar.

“I could have died that night,” Raptis told the New York Post. “I think that man should be locked up, not released. He could have killed this officer too. He should be behind bars.’

After the stabbing, Thompson was sentenced to five years in prison, beginning in 2010, and was released on parole two years later, which expired in 2015, according to corrections. It’s not clear if the accuser in Thompson’s most recent crime was aware of his previous conviction.

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