3 arrested after New York feud leaves woman slashed, man hit in the face with bleach


A long-running beef between neighbors turned bloody, leaving one person lacerated, another punched in the face with bleach and a mother and son among three people arrested as it was all over, residents and residents said cops.

The feud boiled over into the lobby of the NYCHA East River Houses building at 410 East 105th Street around 7:30 a.m. Saturday, police said.

Valena Humphrey, 27, got into an argument with Midaglia Santiago, 52, and her son, Anthony Parra, 25, over a previously unknown incident, an NYPD spokeswoman said.

Humphrey allegedly threw bleach in Parra’s face as he entered the lobby, prompting Parra and her mother to retaliate by cutting Humphrey, cops said.

The three fighters were charged with assault and felony possession of a weapon, a knife, police said. Humphrey suffered lacerations to his arm, neck and legs in the crash.

The trio were taken to New York – Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.

The police did not know what had fueled the dispute between the neighbors.


Valenha Humphrey allegedly threw bleach in Parra's face as he entered the lobby.

Valena Humphrey allegedly threw bleach in Anthony Parra’s face as he entered the lobby.


A person was stabbed during a long-running feud on Saturday.

A woman was lacerated during a long-running feud on Saturday.


The NYPD didn’t know what was fueling the fighting.

New York Post

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