- What happened: A truck drove on the West Side Highway bike path, near the World Trade Center, for several blocks, striking people.
- The victims: Eight people are dead, at least 11 others injured.
- The suspect: The 29-year-old suspect was identified by two law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation as Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov. He is from the central Asian nation of Uzbekistan and came to the United States in 2010, sources said.
CNN's David Shortell obtained a mug shot of Sayfullo Saipov that was taken in October 2016 after an arrest in St. Charles County, Mo.
St Charles County public affairs officer Val Joyner tells CNN's Jamiel Lynch that Saipov was arrested on a warrant by the Missouri State Highway Patrol on October 21, 2016.
The St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department served the warrant on the same day.
A law enforcement source tells CNN’s Shimon Prokupecz that suspect Sayfullo Saipov most recently lived in New Jersey.
CNN’s Sonia Moghe talked to neighbors who said he did live in Paterson, New Jersey, at least part time recently.
Separately, sources had earlier said there was a Florida address connected to him.
A man suspected of plowing a truck into pedestrians on a New York City bike path left a note at the scene, claiming he did it in the name of ISIS, a senior law enforcement official confirmed to CNN.
The note was found inside the truck, the source said. The note, the source said, was in English.
WNBC first reported the note.