The New York City Police Department has announced plans to expand its fleet of Smart cars to replace the three-wheeled scooters that officers utilized for decades. The New York Times... To view the full story, click the title link.
Police in New York City raided two warehouses in Brooklyn that yielded three arrests and the seizure of more than $10 million worth of counterfeit electronics. Authorities say Thursday night's bust... To view the full story, click the title link.
A former mixed martial arts fighter has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for fracturing the skull of a New York police officer who was trying to arrest him. … Click to Continue »
Police in Louisiana have identified the man who killed former NFL running back Joe McKnight as a white 54-year-old male named Ronald Gasser. McKnight, 28, was a former standout at USC who last played in with the NFL’s New York Jets in 2014. He was shot to death in a New Orleans suburb on Thursday […]
Friday: Caroling across the city, police in Smart cars and a question for our readers.
Since their rollout last year, the tiny, bean-shaped vehicles have drawn the attention, and sometimes the affection, of curious passers-by.
Police in New York City are looking for a quick-thinking thief who stole an 86-pound bucket of gold flakes worth nearly $1.6 million off an...
New York City police are on the hunt for a quick-thinking thief who stole a bucket of gold flakes worth nearly $1.6 million from an armored truck. The man walked up to the unattended vehicle, which was parked in Manhattan, and snatched the 5-gallon aluminum pail from the back of the truck, surveillance video from Sept. Show More Summary
Police in New York City are still searching for the culprit, who they believe may be hiding out in Florida
New York police are searching for a green-clad man who swiped an 86-pound (39 kg) pail of gold flakes off an armored truck two months ago and disappeared with the estimated $1.6 million in treasure. The city’s police department late Tuesday released photos and video of the suspect, who was...
Apparently the NYPD finally released the video today because they can’t find the guy. CBS News reports: The search continues for a suspect who police said was seen on surveillance video stealing a bucket of gold flakes off an armored truck in Midtown Manhattan. Show More Summary
The New York City police are seeking a man who grabbed a bucket off the back of a momentarily unattended armored truck in broad daylight and fled, very slowly, with $1.6 million worth of gold flakes.
Sameer Jaspal was charged with assault and battery and assault on law enforcement, police said.
"When I first moved to New York, I remember wearing this leather jacket at JFK when a police man at baggage claim mentioned in passing to me, "You can always tell the New Yorkers apart from tourists because of their black leather jackets." I always smile and think about that when I put this McQueen jacket on — because it's true. Show More Summary
A New York man has been arrested after reportedly hallucinating and going on a knife-wielding rampage inside a McDonald's on Black Friday. Fortunately, only the floor of the restaurant was harmed. Hancock, N.Y., police and New York State...Show More Summary
A supporter of Vice President-elect Mike Pence faces a court hearing next month after police said he called two women in a New York City diner racist names and pepper-sprayed a bystander who defended them. Frank Camino, 56, is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. Show More Summary
Picture it: New York City in 1896. Theodore Roosevelt, the newly-appointed police commissioner, enlists criminal psychologist Dr. Laszlo Kreizler and newspaper journalist John Moore to look into the gruesome murders of boy prostitut...
New York in the antebellum days was not dissimilar to NYC during the Gilded Age just a few decades later.
A serial killer who raped and murdered at least four young gay men in London was sentenced to life in prison on Friday. Now it's the police who find themselves in the crosshairs, the New York Times reports. In 2014 and 2015, Stephen Port used dating apps to lure his...
The Chicago Tribune gave a fair shake to the police officers in charge of controlling the anti-Dakota Access Pipeline protesters, compared to other liberal media outlets that have accused the police of using grenades: A New York woman seriously hurt protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline faces multiple surgeries and could lose an arm, her […]