Man arrested for ‘anti-white’ Central Park pellet attacks By Natasha Velez and Larry Celona Edward J. Fall was charged with assault and reckless endangerment as hate crimes.Photo: Paul Martinka The first suspect has been arrested in a pair of racially-motivated pellet-gun shootings earlier this month inCentral Park. Edward Fall, 20, of Morningside Heights, was charged late Saturday with assault and reckless endangerment as hate crimes in the non-fatal attacks, which police said were committed by a group of black suspectsagainst white joggers. In the earlier attack, at 9 p.m. on Sunday, August 17, a 34 year old male suffered a pellet gun shot to the head as he jogged on Central Park North and the East Drive. In the second attack, a 36-year-old woman was shot in the back of her head as she jogged on West Drive near 60th Street around midnight on Aug. 18. The woman told cops she turned and saw a group of five black people — three men and two women — “laughing and making anti-white statements,” according to a police source. The suspects then fled farther into the park. “You white b—h,” one of the women shouted, according to the source. Fall was arrested after being stopped for marijuana possession — when cops realized he had a pellet gun on him, according to a source. The man admitted shooting someone in the leg with a pellet gun on the West Side, but denied any involvement in the Central Park violence, the source said. All of the people in the group where the shot came from are believed to be between 15 and 20 years old, cops said.