The cop carried out a “brutal and deliberate act” when he shot a motorist in a deadly road rage confrontation, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
The NYPD's assistant commissioner for communication attempted to counter Trump’s claims on Twitter.
#CNNRealityCheck: Trump said ”murders are up" in NYC. FALSE. They're down 4.3% from this time last year, per NYPD https://t.co/Kya0CdnMMu— CNN...
Police are questioning the mother of a 6-year-old Harlem boy who died yesterday after she brought him to a Manhattan hospital with bruising on his head and body. Cops are also reportedly questioning the woman's boyfriend, whose name has not been released. [ more › ]
A man was attacked at a Manhattan bodega last week, and police say the suspect "made anti-white statements" during the incident. [ more › ]
A white-faced dummy found hanging from a tree near a Brooklyn housing project.
The package was spotted near where the ambulances dock at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Columbia at E. 168 St. near Broadway.
The NYPD officer who fatally shot an unarmed man in Brooklyn earlier this summer has been formally charged. Officer Wayne Isaacs, a three-year veteran of the force, has been charged with second-degree murder and first-degree manslaughter by a Brooklyn grand jury following a probe by state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. [ more › ]
Two NYPD chiefs and a retired chief have each paid a $1,500 fine for accepting pricey dinners courtesy of then-Queens Library boss.
The off-duty New York Police Department officer who shot and killed Delrawn Small in Brooklyn after an altercation sparked by road rage has been charged with second-degree murder, the New York Post reports. Wayne Isaacs is also facing charges of first-degree manslaughter, after being indicted by a Brooklyn by a Brooklyn grand jury, following a […]
An off-duty NYPD cop was arrested for stealing his girlfriend’s furniture and then threatening her with his gun, authorities said Monday. Sem Belmont was arrested Sunday evening for the incident that happened back in June at his girlfriend’s home in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn. During the fight, Belmont allegedly took several pieces of furniture from the...
More than a dozen dealers affiliated with a notorious drug-trafficking gang were indicted for peddling crack-cocaine near schools and playgrounds, authorities said Monday in a statement. The NYPD and other agencies rounded up 17 defendants over the last two weeks in Manhattan and the Bronx, many of them alleged members of the gang “No Sleep...
In 2014, Smart decided that the second-generation ForTwo had spent too many years on the market and launched the much-improved, third-generation model. Redesigned from the ground up with help from French automaker Renault, the new ForTwo is a significant departure from its predecessor in terms of design, technology, and drivetrains. Show More Summary
A Brooklyn judge has set a deadline for a man who claimed he was sodomized by cops to come forward if he wants to retry his case.
It took authorities just 49 hours to capture suspected Chelsea bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami on Monday. But when New York was terrorized by a series of explosives planted during the mid-20th century, the man known as the “Mad Bomber” wasn’t caught for 16 years. The story of George Metesky — who planted at least 33...
Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a duo that impersonated police officers, pulled people over, and robbed them. [ more › ]
In frankly stating that he is deeply troubled by recent police shootings captured on video, NYPD...
Robert Bishun, 36, was found strangled in the back of his BMW in the Fieldston section of the Bronx, N.Y., Tuesday after being abducted from his auto body shop, the New York Daily News reports. Bishun was a cooperating witness who was set to testify against Police Officer Merlin Alston, who was charged with narcotic conspiracy, accused […]
It's not like the NYPD's earned enough trust to be given the benefit of a doubt, but it's latest excuse as to why it can't come up with requested data sounds about as believable as a soaking wet teen's explanation as to why the family...Show More Summary
Secrecy still continues to shroud law enforcement Stingray use, in large part because courts have been far too receptive to the government's insistence that the release of any details at all would result in the expensive tech being rendered...Show More Summary