Crime

Police would later track down and arrest Kingsbridge resident Alberto Pena, 34, who faces an attempted murder charge.--Photo by David Greene

Construction Worker Loses Leg in Mt. Eden Subway Push

by David Greene A construction worker heading to work in Brooklyn was pushed in front of a speeding D-Train and thanks to surveillance video that captured the suspect fleeing the area, the individual is now in police custody. Officers were […]

by · January 30, 2017 · Crime, Local News, News
POLICE SEEK CELLPHONE THIEVES IN NORWOOD

POLICE SEEK CELLPHONE THIEVES IN NORWOOD

POLICE SEEK CELLPHONE THIEVES IN NORWOOD… The NYPD has released surveillance photos of two individuals wanted in connection with the robbery of a cellphone store. Police say the two suspects entered the AT & T Wireless store at 3430 Jerome […]

by · January 25, 2017 · Crime, Police Blotter
Members of the NYPD's Crash Investigation Squad continue to investigate a crash that left an NYPD School Safety Agent fighting for his life. Photo by David Greene

School Safety Agent Run Over and Left For Dead Outside Lehman High School

by David Greene A still-unidentified NYC School Safety Agent on his way to work at Herbert H. Lehman High School was struck by a vehicle, who pulled over to stop– when two other vehicles passed over the man’s body, either […]

by · January 24, 2017 · Crime, Local News, News
An NYPD wanted flyer posted along East Kingsbridge Road, the suspect is wanted for stealing a book-bag from a patron of the library. Photo by David Greene

NYPD Seeks Kingsbridge Library Book-bag Thief

Police have released a wanted flyer with two images of a suspect wanted in connection with the robbery of an unattended book-bag at the Kingsbridge Public Library on November 4. Police were called to the library at 5:45 p.m. on […]

by · January 23, 2017 · Crime, News
Gunfire Erupts in West Farms near Crotona Park Malls

Gunfire Erupts in West Farms near Crotona Park Malls

by David Greene A 22 year-old man in is recovering after being shot on Sunday, January 22, along Crotona Parkway in the West Farms section of the borough. Officers from the 48th Precinct were called to 2078 Crotona Parkway, between […]

by · January 23, 2017 · Crime, News
Officials Announce Reward, Lighting and Surveillance Improvements After West Farms Murder

Officials Announce Reward, Lighting and Surveillance Improvements After West Farms Murder

Officials Announce Reward, Lighting and Surveillance Improvements After West Farms Murder by David Greene A day after the mother of his four children was gunned down, the unintended victim caught between two teenagers, Angel Rosario, 51, met with a few […]

by · January 23, 2017 · Crime, Law, Local News
Police investigate the first of at least 28 separate paint-gun shooting's where marbles were used as projectiles on windows of roughly  --Photo by Socrates Palmer

NYPD Seeks Paintball Gunman Wanted in 28 Shooting Incidents Across Borough

by David Greene Police are looking for the trigger-happy gunman wanted for firing marbles from a paintball gun– wanted for at least 28 separate incidents across the borough that took place during a non-stop 85-minute shooting spree. Officials at the NYPD […]

by · January 18, 2017 · Crime, Local News, News
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STATEMENT FROM COUNCIL MEMBER ANDY KING REGARDING CHARLESTON CHURCH SHOOTER RECEIVING THE DEATH PENALTY

by · January 17, 2017 · Bulletin Board, Crime
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BREAKING: Bronx Man, OLR and Others Have Prison Sentences Commuted By Obama

On Tuesday, President Barack Obama shortened sentences for 209 people and pardoned 64. Among them: William Ortiz, a Bronx, man, convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute heroin. His prison sentence commuted to expire on May 17, 2017. Chelsea […]

NYPD Commissioner James O'Neil arrives at the Human Justice Summit at the Christian Fellowship Church in Williamsbridge.--Photo by David Greene

Police Commissioner, Brass Speak at Human Justice Summit in Williamsbridge

Police Commissioner, Brass Speak at Human Justice Summit in Williamsbridge by David Greene New York’s Police Commissioner James O’Neil joined his executive staff who participated in the daylong “Still We Rise” human justice summit, held on Wednesday, January 11 at […]

by · January 17, 2017 · Community Events, Crime, News
West Farms Shooting Prompts Safety Improvements

West Farms Shooting Prompts Safety Improvements

Torres, Sepulveda Announce New Safety Improvements in the West Farms Section of The Bronx   Following the Recent Horrific Shooting of Cindy Diaz in Front of West Farms Convenience Store, Electeds Joined by NYPD & Resident Leaders Dedicate New Resources to […]

by · January 17, 2017 · Crime, Local News, News
Crimestoppers: Help Police find the killer of Cindy Diaz

Crimestoppers: Help Police find the killer of Cindy Diaz

​Help the NYPD and the Detectives at the 48th Pct find Cindy Diaz’s killer.   “Hopefully, with united efforts from police, residents and elected officials, we can fight back, with increased enforcement and cooperation with the police will go a long […]

by · January 14, 2017 · Bulletin Board, Crime
A pair of uniformed officers sit outside the St. Phillip Neri Church in Bedford Park after ISIS encouraged supporters to attack U.S. churches. Photo by David Greene

NYPD REACTS TO ISIS THREAT TO LOCAL CHURCHES

NYPD REACTS TO ISIS THREAT TO LOCAL CHURCHES For years the NYPD has been stationed outside of Synagogues and Mosques during the holidays, but after a recent ISIS threat against thousands of Catholic churches in the United States, local police […]

by · January 8, 2017 · Crime, News
Another surveillance photo shows the two suspects fleeing north on Bainbridge Avenue after the stick-up.  Photo courtesy of the NYPD

Manhunt Continues for Norwood Bodega Bandits

by David Greene Detectives continue to search for the two brazen bandits who robbed a deli at gunpoint in Norwood, clearing out the cash register of nearly $2,000. The NYPD has released surveillance photos and video of the incident that […]

by · January 8, 2017 · Crime, Local News, News
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PETA Offers $5,000 Reward for Information on Whoever Left Injured Dog in Garbage Can

REWARD OF UP TO $5,000 OFFERED TO HELP NAB WHOEVER LEFT INJURED DOG IN GARBAGE CAN PETA Offer Comes After Poodle Mix Is Left to Die New York — A severely battered dog was found in a trash can outside […]

by · December 27, 2016 · Animal Issues, Bulletin Board, Crime