What the F---k Is Up on Staten Island?

The NYPD was probing the Bulls Head shooting of a 30-year-old man this past Friday morning.
Blood, from Friday early morning shooting, all over car's interior console....
REVISED
The NYPD was probing the Bulls Head shooting of a 30-year-old man that occurred early last Friday morning. A confidential source said this was mob-related, although there's no confirmation. The victim is not cooperating with law enforcement.

And considering what else has happened on Staten Island the past few days -- the fatal stabbings and supposed suicides -- the would-be mob-hit victim appears to be the lucky one.

The man (his name hasn't been disclosed) had been shot in the shoulder but reportedly is in stable condition. He privately made his way to Staten Island University Hospital around 1 a.m. Friday, said an NYPD spokesman.






The NYPD was filmed towing away a Honda sedan from Dinsmore Street around 8 a.m. on Friday.  A video showed blood splashed all over the middle front seat console.

The SI Advance reported that police radio transmissions indicated that an evidence-related search had been conducted at Dinsmore Street and Victory Boulevard in Bulls Head. NYPD officers and vehicles were spotted in that vicinity, near Nansen Park.

The man has not been publicly identified. He is not cooperating with police at this time, according to a source with knowledge of the investigation.

Police at the scene of the shooting.


A description of the suspect or motive in the shooting still remain unclear, an NYPD spokesman said.

The day before the shooting a 43-year-old Staten Island iron worker was fatally stabbed after leaving an auto repair shop. Moments prior to the stabbing, he apparently had gotten into an argument that apparently got out of control.

Anthony Perretti, of Bay Terrace, was stabbed multiple times, with wounds to his back and torso. Sources told the SI Advance that a "dispute over finances" was the cause of the argument, which occurred in an industrial yard near Arthur Kill Road in Rossville.

Perretti was pronounced dead at Staten Island University Hospital.

One of the auto-repair workers stumbled onto the scene before anyone else. "When I got there I could see he was dead — his face was white, his eyes were open and his whole chest was cut open," said the mechanic. 

The Daily News reported that Perretti had served prison time for fatally stabbing a 23-year-old man in 1995 in Hunter, N.Y. He'd been released on parole in 2012.

Cops were searching for a black Mercedes-Benz that was seen fleeing the scene, police said.

The stabbing was the beginning of a bad few days for residents of New York's forgotten borough,(where two key scenes from The Godfather were shot).


Another Homicide, Two Suspected Suicides, Too
On Saturday, a woman fatally stabbed the 31-year-old father of two of her three children during a heated argument inside her apartment in Todt Hill Houses complex, police said.

That same morning a  man apparently set himself on fire in what investigators told the SI Advance could have been an suicide attempt. The 57-year-old man was reportedly in critical condition.

A man in his 40s was found hanging from a tree in the woods near a church in Great Kills early this morning in Jack's Pond Bluebelt a wooded area between Cleveland Avenue and Hillside Terrace, a police source told the Advance. There's a debate as to whether this, as well as the previous incident, could have been a disguised murder, to which I say: Come on, people, don't you remember history?

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