Naved Durrni, 30, surrendered to police Tuesday morning after seeing his face in the media, cops said.
Gina Aversano, 49, affixed the Nazi symbol on a boulder at Wolfe’s Pond Park on Nov. 4, and on a van near Tysens Lane in … Continue reading
The disturbing case against officers Yaser Shohatee and Sanad Musallam was spelled out in a disciplinary trial judge’s March decision posted on the NYPD’s web … Continue reading
Cops said Justin Mendez was going 15 mph above the speed limit Saturday night as he sped along Montauk Highway in Quogue when a police … Continue reading
The killer rode past the crowd at W. 141st St. and Frederick Douglass Blvd. on what appeared to be a dirt bike and continued uptown … Continue reading
Twenty-five years after a Brooklyn woman’s uncle carried out a targeted hit on the man she loved, the widow has pleaded to a judge for … Continue reading
The victim was crossing 126 St. near 34th Ave. in Willets Point in the middle of the block just after 9:50 a.m. when he ducked … Continue reading
Orlando Lopez, 66, could face 50 years in federal prison for each of the nine counts of child exploitation he pleaded guilty to on Monday.
Many of the inmate’s gripes focused on the summer heat, rec time and lack staff overseeing the jail population.
Tyrone Absolam, 42, was allegedly intoxicated when he crashed into the victims’ 2019 Chevrolet Cruze on Rockaway Blvd. near Guy R. Brewer Blvd. in Springfield … Continue reading
The 68-year-old victim was walking along Pitkin Ave. in East New York when the assailant jumped off his Citi Bike near Barbey St., chucked the … Continue reading
A prominent Manhattan spinal surgeon’s storybook marriage to a one-time beauty queen turned irreversibly ugly after he stumbled upon her secret life as a high-end … Continue reading
An Astoria native is rallying the local lesbian and queer community with monthly pop-ups in hopes to garner buzz and support for the neighborhood’s first … Continue reading
A Nissan Maxima traveling west on Montauk Highway in Quogue collided head-on with a Toyota Prius carrying five people about 11:15 p.m. Saturday, Quogue police … Continue reading
Business owners and community leaders plan a vigil Sunday in Little Haiti, at which they plan to offer up prayers and support for loved ones … Continue reading
He also confessed to murdering two Manhattan women, including a flight attendant who raped and strangled in her upper East Side apartment in 1971 and … Continue reading
The child was plummeted from a balcony in the back of 1500 Noble Ave, at 2:00 p.m., cops said.
The victim, who was associated with the Bloods street gang, was shot in Crown Heights just before 4 a.m. Saturday, police said.
The pair are suspected of swiping an Isuzu Road Sweeper around 11:40 p.m. on July 4 outside the shopping plaza at 1351 Forest Ave. in … Continue reading
Shortly after noon, a worried relative called 911 to summon Suffolk Police to the home in Fairfield Hills South, a gated rental townhouse complex in … Continue reading
Officials warn that one of the sharks may have been a bull shark, which can have ‘aggressive tendencies’
A man in a Manhattan-bound lane pulled a gun on another motorist and fired at least once around 2:45 p.m., said Port Authority sources. The … Continue reading
The Thursday afternoon theft of the zip-up shoes came before the heartless thief stopped to urinate in the driveway of the little boy’s home, leaving … Continue reading
Members of the task force say the recommendations give schools a roadmap to become less punitive, and more “healing-centered.”
Ajejandro Rocha, 52, was teaching an art class at I.S. 5, the Walter Crowley Intermediate School, in Maspeth, when he blew his top Wednesday, sources … Continue reading
Champ Richardson, 36, was driving a Nissan Altima Thursday night when he and the 32-year-old victim, who was driving a Chevrolet HHR, stopped in traffic … Continue reading
Cops arrested Argenis Rivera, 29, of Whitestone, after getting a tip about the Sunday evening hit-and-run.
The proud pop shared the lesson on his Facebook feed, and his followers were moved by the father-son moment.
The thief in tinted eyeglasses then held the blade to an employee’s neck before fleeing, security footage released by police Wednesday shows.
Little Jonathan Beauchamps was in the parking lot for the park’s boathouse when a dirt bike rider slammed into him about 5:50 p.m. Sunday.
Than Htwe had been in critical condition since a mugger tried to steal her son Kyaw Zaw Hein’s backpack as the two ascended the stairwell … Continue reading
Jerry High, 30, was blasted in a brazen attack near Fulton St. and Irving Place in Clinton Hill just before 11 p.m. Sunday.
Manhattan court staffers are back at in-person work — and it’s the same dingy, dirty mess they left 16 months ago.
The 24-year-old victim was sitting inside a Nissan Maxima on 200th St. at 111th Ave. in St. Albans when someone peppered the car with bullets … Continue reading
A balloon release at the scene of the slaying delivered a bit of long-delayed peace to the victim’s mom, Mona Brown. But she was laid … Continue reading
The officer was in uniform, stepping out of a police cruiser, when he was shot on Gates Ave. at Lewis Ave. about 7 p.m., police … Continue reading
The fight features allegations of deception, mismanagement and racism: Multiple employees have accused the former board chair of attempting to screen Black music school students … Continue reading
The shooting occurred around 5:40 p.m. Saturday on Mother Gaston Blvd. in Brownsville, outside the Brownsville Houses. “People were just walking down the sidewalk and … Continue reading
The man slipped out a window at the Vernon C. Bain Correction Center near the Hunts Point Market around 7:30 a.m., cops confirmed.
NYC Transit has a shortage of car mechanics due to a hiring freeze put in place during the pandemic — and the subway’s repair shops … Continue reading
The senior had just stepped away from the Island Mini Mart on Mermaid Ave. near W. 33rd St. about 12:50 p.m. when he hit by … Continue reading
While a New York Office of Courts Administration spokesman claimed no city courthouses were closed and none were refusing to admit the public, Daily News … Continue reading
It wasn’t clear why the suspect opened fire at the liquor store.
Elsa, the earliest fifth-named storm on record, is forecast to become a post-tropical cyclone by Friday night.
The shooting was reported at around 10:30 p.m. near the intersection of Halsey St. and Wilson Ave. in Bushwick, near Irving Square Park.
The merciless disease wouldn’t even allow his family and friends to properly grieve and give 30-year department veteran Richard Seaberry a fitting goodbye. Sixteen months … Continue reading
The water was waist-deep at the W. 157th St. subway station in Washington Heights — but it wasn’t deep enough to deter one woman who … Continue reading
Department of Transportation officials seek to convert Seventh and Eighth avenues between 39th and 65th Sts. in Sunset Park — which are currently two-way streets … Continue reading
More than disable 650 people were moved out of single-occupancy hotel rooms in Manhattan on June 23, 24, and 25, with no time to prepare, … Continue reading
The 23-year-old victim, who was carrying a gun, was on 40th Rd. near Junction Blvd. in Elmhurst when he was shot in the torso about … Continue reading
The shooting was sparked by an argument between rival breakdancers.
“My baby drowned in the reservoir,” Mitchell, a mother of four, sobbed. “She needs to show up at my door. My baby was my guiding … Continue reading
Ramon Paulino, 24, joined a dozen gangsters in a disturbing caught-on-camera beating of the 14-year-old during rush hour on June 18, 2018. Paulino clobbered the … Continue reading
“This is not even a once in a lifetime thing,” said Kathleen Liggio, 63 of the city Medical Examiner’s Office. “Many people don’t (ever) see … Continue reading
Officer Aaron Cooper got into the crazed argument outside his home on 154th St. in Springfield Gardens about 1:30 a.m., cops said.
The system, which lets riders pay fares by tapping smartphones or credit cards at turnstiles and on buses, is scheduled to fully replace MetroCards by … Continue reading
The 31- year-old victim, visiting from Russia, was walking with her friend on W. 15th St. in Chelsea when she was attacked by the crook … Continue reading
On Wednesday, a group of 20 delivery cyclists representing their underappreciated ranks will ride through the Canyon of Heroes in the city’s ticker-tape parade honoring … Continue reading
The suspect and the driver, a 42-year-old woman operation a BX39 bus, argued at the corner of E. 216th St. and White Plains Road in … Continue reading
The BMW, driven by a man in his 20s, may have been speeding when it smashed into an MTA bus on Richmond Ave. near Yukon … Continue reading
Cops said Moses Ewan, 35, confessed his sins and told shelter workers Friday night that he killed his roommate, Ronald Snoddy, 67, whose body was … Continue reading
The bash, dubbed Litnic, apparently caught park administrators by surprise despite posts on social media from last year’s organizers promoting the July 4 event.
The retired officer pulled up to the service road and took his own life at about 2 p.m., sources said.
A man was fatally shot in the Bronx and another was injured early Sunday — the first shooting of the 4th of July after a … Continue reading
Police found the man, who’s believed to be in his 30s, off the shores of Rockefeller Park near Chambers St. at about 4:30 p.m.
New York City is ready for its long-awaited close up, thanks to a film and entertainment industry that has rebounded strongly from the coronavirus pandemic … Continue reading
Police officials say the Bronx violence is driven by small but lethal local crews and the narcotics trade as the borough heads into the summer … Continue reading
Mialenny Santos, a 911 dispatcher for the past two years, visited Claremont Park in Mott Haven on May 15 to meet with a hip-hop producer … Continue reading
The victims were idling in a black Honda Civic on Tiffany St. near E. 163rd St. in Longwood about 7:30 p.m. when a shooter in … Continue reading
Lockdown-weary travelers are taking full advantage of the Fourth of July weekend, hitting the road in droves to connect with friends and family they haven’t … Continue reading
The minivan yellow taxi was involved in a three-car collision that sent it barreling toward Amura Japanese Cuisine on E. 81st St. near Second Ave. … Continue reading
The girl, clad in a pink dress, is the subject of a massive search that started about 3:40 p.m. in the Industry City complex in … Continue reading
A New York man claims in a federal lawsuit that a correction officer in the Nassau County jail peed on him as other officers looked … Continue reading
Thomas Poveromo, 54, was arrested Thursday and accused of swiping the ornate gold monstrance from St. Barnabas Roman Catholic Church on E. 241st St. in … Continue reading
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine will resume in-person Holy Eucharist services on Tuesday after more than a year of complying with coronavirus closures, … Continue reading
The 21-year-old victim, who according to his uncle was studying computer engineering at SUNY’s University at Albany, hit his head on the concrete sidewalk as … Continue reading
Under the agreement filed in Delaware Bankruptcy Court, the Boy Scouts of America will pay $250 million. Local councils of the Scouts will pay at … Continue reading