All has been silent on the stabby front in the South Side of Williamsburg. Metro now takes a look at the incidents, which have been going on since April of this year, and have often involved machetes (possibly wielded by the gang called Trinitarios). The paper reports that the 90th Precinct has "experienced the sharpest rise in crime since last year of any neighborhood in Brooklyn," coming in at 13.49% (as a comparison, the 94th precinct--which includes Williamsburg's North Side and Greenpoint--has seen a 6.38% rise in crime). City councilwoman Diana Reyna told Metro, “We don’t want to overstate the problem. But if we don’t do something, we’re going to have serious problems.