A person who spoke by phone to Nozima Odilova, 24, in the hours after the Tuesday attack said she seemed "shocked and horrified and scared and sad", according to the Washington Post. The New York Times reports that eight people were killed and eleven were injured. They were later recovered and determined to be a paintball gun and a pellet gun.
But Erskine didn't see any hint of radicalization in the time he spent with Saipov, a drive that cost him $41.65. He then exited the vehicle, brandished "imitation firearms", and was subsequently shot in the abdomen by a police officer, according to New York Police Department commissioner James O'Neill.
Neighborhoods have been dubbed Little Ramallah or Little Istanbul for their respective Arab and Turkish residents.
More than 34 percent of the city's residents were born in another country, according to the Census Bureau.
However, by the end of that year, Saipov failed to renew the vehicle's registration, making it illegal for him to drive. The Islamic Center of Passaic County, formed nearly three decades ago in Paterson, draws about 2,000 people for Friday communal prayers. He became argumentative, aggressive even, and started to grow out his beard.
Dallas County neighbors Polk County and is included in the Des Moines, West Des Moines Metropolitan Statistical Area.
"This is something that has vexed us since 9/11", Miller said. "No human being who has a heart can do this". "He was there with his wife and children", Melissa Matthews said.
Earlier, Qatar said it, too, offers its "full solidarity with the U.S. government and its support for all measures taken to maintain security". And by the end of 2011 he had found his own place, an apartment 200 miles (321 km) away, in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, on a street called Americana Drive.
Leaders at the Islamic Center of Omaha also said don't judge their religion just because the suspect reportedly had a handwritten note in Arabic, apparently praising the Islamic State. It's not clear whether he worshiped at the mosque.
Police are investigating a terrorist attack in Lower Manhattan. "We ask that law enforcement officials be especially vigilant at a time when the risk of backlash against the Muslim community is most severe". He told friends and acquaintances that he planned to move back to Uzbekistan.
With Florida associates and his family in New Jersey unable to shed any light on the situation, authorities are now sifting through Saipov's social media accounts to get a sense of what connections the killer may have had and as a means of possibly assessing future threats.