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Mom seeks answers after son is killed in shut-down NYC bar

Mom seeks answers after son is killed in shut-down NYC bar
Johanson Smith knew not to step foot in the Milk River lounge in Crown Heights, and he rarely went anywhere without his siblings, his mother, Milagro Alicea, told the Daily News Sunday.

[More New York] SEE IT: Hit-and-run driver strikes woman in Bronx crosswalk p But neighbors say parties have been thrown inside that space in recent weeks, despite the city’s COVID-19 rules.(Theodore Parisienne/for New York Daily News) Smith was the second-oldest of nine siblings and has three children of his own, she said.[More New York] Rikers inmate knocked out correction officer’s teeth: union p The little girl needed to go to the hospital Saturday to be treated for asthma and Smith usually accompanied her whenever she was sick, Alicea said.(Theodore Parisienne/for New York Daily News) Smith traveled often and worked as a handyman, his brother said.

” [More New York] Rikers inmate knocked out correction officer’s teeth: union p The family celebrated Thanksgiving together and were looking forward to Christmas, which Smith’s mother described as his favorite holiday.Johanson Smith, 32, a father of three, knew not to step foot in the Milk River lounge in Crown Heights, and rarely went anywhere without his siblings, his mother, Milagro Alicea, told the Daily News on Sunday.

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