Authorities have identified members of the notorious 'Green Goblin Gang,' and of course they all have records
New York City has been on high alert since the Green Goblin Gang struck fear and terror on the subways. And while police have yet to apprehend this roving gang of villains, authorities have at least identified the ringleaders. Of course, they all have priors. This is New York City.
Let's recap our first experience with this gang of green goblins.
The Green Goblin Gang: Women In Neon Green Leotards Attack 2 NYC Subway Riders
The assailants escaped the scene with a cellphone and a handbag, police told the New York Post. pic.twitter.com/07zzz37A8a
— Ground News (@Ground_app) October 4, 2022
As reported by the New York Post, after an intense investigation, NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig has identified four of the suspects.
- Emily Soto, 34, two prior arrests
- Mairam Cisse Issouf, 26, one prior arrest
- Ciante Alston, 26, three prior arrests
- Dariana Peguero, 26, nine prior arrests
We also find out that this wasn't a targeted assault and robbery. According to Det. Essig, the incident “originally stemmed from an apparent bump on the platform and spilled into the subway car."
That means the Green Goblin Gang didn't choose the Green Goblin Gang live as much as the life chose them. They were merely a group of friends who liked dressing up in Day-Glo leotards for fun. It was circumstances outside of their control that TURNED THEM INTO the Green Goblin Gang. All because a misunderstanding on a subway platform led to assault and robbery and a life of crime.
No one is sure of the current whereabouts of the Green Goblin Gang. But there is one man we can turn to bring these hooligans to justice. A man who has his ear to the streets and knows the ins and outs of NYC transit. This is a job for NAKED BLACK JESUS!
Manhattan: East 14th Street & University Place, a stark naked man went nuts at the Union Square @NYCTSubway station as @MTA officials struggle to get him to calm down before he runs into packed subway car. @NYPDnews@NYPD6Pct@NYPDTransit@nyc311pic.twitter.com/szcNpMszkt
— NYC Scoop (@NY_Scoop) October 4, 2022
The New York City subways. When Mayor Eric Adams says NYC has a "brand" as opposed to Kansas, this is what he's talking about.
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