Buffalo police on Monday released an incident report involving Buffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane, per WBEN in Buffalo, New York. According to the report, a woman alleged Kane threatened her and attempted to force her into his car outside a Buffalo bar early Friday morning. Show More Summary
Unless, the goal is mass incarceration and pushing millions into the criminal justice system. Between 1993 and 2005, the number of summonses handed out by New York City police rose from 160,000 each year to a high of 648,638. That period...Show More Summary
Mr. Santucci, a former Queens district attorney, drew praise and controversy in trials involving municipal corruption, police conduct and a racial attack.
Zachary Simmons, the cousin of Philadelphia 76ers No. 1 draft pick Ben Simmons, was struck and killed by a black SUV in a hit-and-run accident around 3:30 a.m. ET on Saturday in Hoboken, New Jersey, police told CBS New York. He was 21...Show More Summary
Gay pride month has always been in June in order to commemorate the Stonewall Riots. On June 28, 1969, there was a police raid conducted at the Stonewall Inn, a gay club located in New York City. At the time, it was common for officials to target LGBT clubs and the community got fed up.... Show More Summary
The Daily Caller‘s Kerry Picket cornered Charlie Rangel, a Democrat Congressman from New York City for a comment on the revelation that four New York Police Department members were arrested for selling gun permits for favors. When asked by The Daily Caller his thoughts on the difficulty of getting a concealed carry permit in New […]
LGBT people have a complicated relationship with the police, to say the least. So it's reasonable that some of them might not be thrilled with a statement from New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton about the Stonewall Riots...
Security at this year’s NY Heritage of Pride Parade will come with a strong display of solidarity with the LGBT community. It’s nice to see the police lead with an inclusive example, and frankly, the car looks good this way. Read more...
A larger than usual police presence will patrol New York City’s upcoming gay pride parade on June 26, Mayor Bill de Blasio said during a press conference on Thursday.
The New York Police Department has unveiled a special, rainbow-colored patrol vehicle just in time for Pride festivities this weekend, the NY Post reports: The vehicle also has a heart sticker that reads “NYC Pride 2016” and the words “Pride Equality… Read The post NYPD Supports LGBT Pride and Orlando with Rainbow-Colored Patrol Car appeared first on Towleroad.
Mobster Bugsy Siegel. Would you call this guy crazy? (Photo: New York Police Department/Public Domain) “Bugsy” seems like a pretty adorable name for a ruthless mobster, so how did it become so widely associated with grim mafiosos? From Murder, Inc. Show More Summary
The City Council last month attempted to curb heavy-handed policing of minor crimes, but met resistance from the police as well as civilian groups who fear New York's bad old days could return. But a... To view the full story, click the title link.
A police officer tackles 25-year-old Barrington Williams inside the Yankee Stadium subway station in the Bronx. A struggle ensues and soon three more officers arrive, pinning the young man to the ground while they force handcuffs around his wrists. By the time they’re done, Williams’ body is limp....
Check the face-punching at the door. That nut job who assaulted a Burger King employee last week over a milkshake has some competition in the "People, WTF?" department. Police say two students at New York's Food and Finance High School...Show More Summary
A Pennsylvania trio drew national attention Tuesday when they were arrested en route to Manhattan toting a cache of loaded guns, knives, and body armor. The New York Police Department quickly dispelled the possibility that the suspects...Show More Summary
Three New York City police officials were indicted on corruption charges following a federal probe that, as of mid-April, had led to five New York Police Department commanders being placed on alternate assignments or on leave, USA Today reports. The arrests include two high-ranking officials who allegedly accepted bribes worth more than $100,000, including expensive game […]
In this issue: Building the first hyperloop system in Slovakia, the Lyon-Turin high-speed rail project, British Transport Police’s sexual offence unit, Scotland’s push on rail freight markets, planting trackside habitats, New York’s new Oculus statio…
Suffolk County Police Department The New York Times reports on a non-Muslim who was apparently preparing for ultra-violence. YAPHANK, N.Y. — A Long Island man was arrested on weapons charges on Thursday after police officers found assault...Show More Summary
A couple of top cops indicted: Two high-ranking New York Police Department officers were arrested Monday on charges they took over $100,000 worth of free flights, prostitutes, expensive meals and other bribes in exchange for providing...Show More Summary
Three people were arrested on Tuesday morning with an arsenal of weapons, including a military-style assault rifle, after police stopped them near the Holland Tunnel, a major crossing that connects New Jersey and New York City. Police pulled over a vehicle for a cracked windshield at a toll plaza...