This New York Times Google Map illustrates the Murders committed in New York between 2003 and 2005.
From the New York Times:
Murder in New York: Killers and Their Victims in the Five Boroughs
Between 2003 and 2005, 1,662 murders were committed in New York. Men and boys were responsible for 93 percent of the murders; their victims tended to be other men and boys; and in more than half the cases, the killer and victim knew each other.
In addition, an interesting, though uncommon, group of murders involved a handful of victims who died of injuries one or more years after being stabbed, shot, beaten or burned and were counted as murder victims in the year in which they died.
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(Via New York Times)