NYPD officers hauled Shia LaBeouf away in handcuffs from his marathon protest site in NYC ... after he got into it with another protester.The arrest happened right in the middle of Shia's "He will not divide us" live stream ... which has been going on since President Trump's inauguration. Cops tell us a guy walked in front of the mounted camera and said something -- possibly regarding Trump -- but whatever it was, Shia got pissed.In videos online, Mr. LaBeouf — who has a history of provocative behavior and a record of arrests for minor offenses — expresses outrage, evidently aimed at Mr. Trump, and uses expletive-laden language to ask how the public can make it normal “to be a Nazi out here.”In one video, a small gathering of fellow protesters chants “He will not divide us” as
ELMHURST, QUEENS - The 36-year-old woman appeared to have jumped off the track of the M train at the Elmhurst Avenue train station on Friday around 9 a.m. EDT, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said.A woman in her 30s was fatally struck by a train just before 9 a.m. in Queens Friday, MTA and fire officials said.She fell onto the tracks in front of a southbound M-train at the Elmhurst Avenue stop, fire officials said.No identity has been released for the victim.As a result of the incident, E, F, M and R train services were temporarily halted. Service has resumed, but extensive delays continue, according to the MTA.
OZONE PARK, QUEENS - The men were walking near Al-Furqan Jame Masjid Mosque in New York City around 1:50 p.m. when they were shot, police said. One of the two men was killed, and the other is in critical condition.A lone gunman opened fire on a Queens imam and his assistant as the two walked after Saturday afternoon prayers, leaving one dead and the other critically wounded.The gunshots rang out near the Al-Furqan Jame Masjid Mosque in Ozone Park, leaving both men lying on the ground in their own blood just a block from the house of worship, according to witnesses.The two were wearing Muslim garb when each was shot in the head around 1:50 p.m. on 79th St., said police sources. It was unclear if the killer said anything before he started shooting, and police did not identify