Tragic Stabbing and Dog Thrown From 11-Storey Apartment in Brooklyn

New York City, NY: A tragic incident unfolded in Brooklyn when a 56-year-old woman was allegedly stabbed to death by her son in their 11-storey apartment. The stabbing took place at 1500 Hornell Loop on Friday, January 19, leaving the woman deceased at the scene. Along with the fatal stabbing, it was reported that a dog was thrown from the 11-storey apartment, but it remains unclear if the dog’s death is linked to the stabbing.

According to reports, police received a 911 call after 7 pm and arrived at the scene to find the woman and a 36-year-old man with multiple stabbing wounds. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene, while the injured man was rushed to Brookdale Hospital in critical condition. Additionally, a dead dog was found near the building’s entrance, raising suspicions that it was thrown to its death from the 11th floor. Visuals from the scene showed a tan-colored dog lying lifeless in the snow, later covered with a blue trap.

Authorities suspect that a dispute between the woman and her son may have led to the fatal stabbing, as they continue to gather more information and investigate the potential connection between the dog’s death and the stabbing. The identity of the victim has not been disclosed, and no arrests have been made as the investigation continues. The tragic incident has left the community in shock as neighbors and residents grapple with the unsettling events that took place in their building.