A man in Queens is facing charges of manslaughter after authorities have accused him of shaking his infant son to the point of death. New York authorities say the child was found unresponsive on Aug. 16 and was later pronounced dead. The man has since been arraigned and is now in custody against $150,000 bail. He is likely focused on responding to the charges, alongside his criminal defense counsel.
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A woman whose two toddlers died minutes apart from one another two years ago is facing criminal charges, according to local sources. New York police arrested the woman on Aug. 8 in the Bronx, and she now faces charges of manslaughter in the deaths of both children. If she is found guilty, she could spend years in prison. She was set to return to court on Aug. 13, alongside a criminal defense attorney.
A woman who was critically injured on a Brooklyn subway on the afternoon of Aug. 1 reportedly identified the man she says attacked her. New York police have arrested the 43-year-old man, who now stands charged with weapon possession, harassment and assault. No court date has been announced, and there is no word as to whether the man has retained criminal defense counsel.