Shaun Martin—who crashed into an East Village storefront in 2013 while on drugs, killing a 62-year-old florist—was sentenced Friday to at least 20 years imprisonment. [NY Daily News]

On E. 12th Street Friday afternoon, a woman was left shaken after she fell from one roof to another while reportedly attempting to retrieve her drone with a handmade rope of tied-together sheets. [EV Grieve]

Around 3 a.m. yesterday in Williamsburg, a Lyft passenger urinated in the SUV and proceeded to punch the driver and steal the car after the driver called the police. The vehicle was later found abandoned on S. 1st Street. [DNA Info]

Uber-patriotic eatery ‘Merica was unable to sustain itself until election day, shuttering in the East Village after less than three weeks. [EV Grieve]

In Williamsburg, Cafe Moto has relaunched as Bar Velo, a bike lover’s destination for food and drinks that opens today on Broadway. [Gothamist]

Dry Bar, a salon limited to blowouts, unveiled its 13th Manhattan outpost Friday on the Lower East Side. [DNA Info]

Himrod Street is now home to a beer and shot place toasting the New England Patriots called Darlings, which shares an owner with Montana’s Trail House. [Bushwick Daily]

A purveyor of dishes crafted with paratha (Indian flat bread), The Kati Roll Company will soon open their fourth Manhattan location at 128 St. Mark’s Place. Meanwhile, Empire Biscuit was officially evicted from its Alphabet City storefront due to delinquent rent payment.  [EV Grieve]

Weekends through late March, the Brooklyn Flea Winter Market is once again hibernating inside the Williamsburg Savings Bank Clocktower. [Gothamist]