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BRONX DA – Cases of Interest for Week of 12/8/14

District Attorney’s Office                      County of the Bronx     Cases of Interest for the Week of December 1, 2014 Terry Raskyn Director of Public Information 198 East 161st Street Bronx, NY 10451 […]

by · December 7, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Crime
Former Charity Head of Nos Quedamos Pleads Guilty of Stealing Funds

Former Charity Head of Nos Quedamos Pleads Guilty of Stealing Funds

Former head of a South Bronx charity has pleaded guilty on Thursday at the Bronx State Supreme Court to grand larceny and criminal tax fraud for stealing nearly $900,000 from the organization. Yolanda Gonzalez, former executive director of We Stay/Nos […]

by · December 6, 2014 · Crime, Local News, News
Grand Jury Clears Officer in Chokehold Death of Eric Garner

Grand Jury Clears Officer in Chokehold Death of Eric Garner

A Staten Island grand jury has decided against an indictment of NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Eric Garner. The grand jury considered various chargers against Officer Pantaleo including: reckless endangerment, criminally negligent homicide, and manslaughter. After spending […]

by · December 3, 2014 · Crime, Domestic News, News
SUVBronx 12/4/14

SUVBronx 12/4/14

by · December 3, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Crime
This Week’s BronxTalk – Ferguson Verdict

This Week’s BronxTalk – Ferguson Verdict

This week’s BronxTalk features a discussion that focused on the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO. “Two criminologists answered questions from host Gary Axelbank and analyzed tactics, training, grand jury proceedings, and the public reaction, offering insight and suggestions for the […]

by · December 3, 2014 · Crime, Partners, Police Affairs, Video
SUVBronx TODAY

SUVBronx TODAY

by · December 2, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Community Affairs, Crime
Officer Darren Wilson standing over body of Michael Brown who he killed

Death By Racism? More Questions That Need Answers.

Yesterday morning, as I was on the subway going to Manhattan, there were two young men of color sitting next to me. Both were around the same age as Michael Brown.  I wondered if they would still be alive if they […]

Subway Pusher, Kevin Darden, Indicted on Two Counts of Murder

Subway Pusher, Kevin Darden, Indicted on Two Counts of Murder

by · November 25, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Crime, Law
A Rookie Officer and An Inexcusable Loss of Life

A Rookie Officer and An Inexcusable Loss of Life

From the desk of Publisher Sal J. Conforto Greetings to all of our readers. As we prepare to celebrate the holidays and interact with our community we see and hear a lot that is going on. As someone who is […]

by · November 24, 2014 · Crime, Police Affairs
Manhunt Underway for Fatal Subway Push Suspect

Manhunt Underway for Fatal Subway Push Suspect

Police are on the manhunt for an individual suspected of pushing a subway rider to his death on Sunday morning at the East 167th street B & D train station. The victim, 61 year old Hong Kong immigrant Wai Kuen […]

by · November 17, 2014 · Crime
Tax Preparer Steals $4.8 Million from Clients in Ponzi Scheme

Tax Preparer Steals $4.8 Million from Clients in Ponzi Scheme

Robert Van Zandt, 70, of the Bronx-based Van Zandt  Agency, has plead guilty of stealing $4.8 million in client assets in a ponzi scheme that has been operating out of his office for decades, says New York State Attorney General […]

by · November 14, 2014 · Business, Crime
The Young Killing the Young has to stop NOW

The Gun Industry and Blood Money

It was with much disgust that I saw the news about the killing of at least one young person by another in Marysville, Washington. The snuffing out the life of our youth by other young people is an indication of […]

by · October 26, 2014 · Crime, Editorials
One of many possible body cameras for the NYPD

Police Body Cameras: Need for Objectivity

There has been much debate and controversy over having the police officers in the NYPD and other police departments across nation outfitted with body cameras. Over the past year there have been several confrontations between the police and unarmed civilians. […]

by · October 24, 2014 · Crime, Editorials, Local News
Bronx D.A.: The Cases Of Interest For The Week Of 10/20/14

Bronx D.A.: The Cases Of Interest For The Week Of 10/20/14

The Bronx Chronicle will now be providing the public service of widespread access to “The Cases Of Interest” by the Bronx District Attorney’s office. Every week we will be providing a PDF download of case information. You can download this […]

by · October 20, 2014 · Crime, Law
Shooting interrupts Community Board 7 Meeting:  A Bad Sign

Shooting interrupts Community Board 7 Meeting: A Bad Sign

Milenia Marias “Gypsy Queen” reporting from the Northwest Bronx On Tuesday October 14, Community Board 7 had three separate community meetings. The budgeting meeting discussed the capital projects that the community considers most important; a sanitation meeting where individuals expressed […]

by · October 17, 2014 · Crime, Editorials, Local News