Flatbush/Ditmas Park — The Department of Buildings informed owners of Brooklyn homes next to a trench by the Q/B subway lines that they’re violating city codes [https://thecity.nyc/2019/11/homeowners-wall-eyed-at-city-order-they-inspect-train-trench.html] and demand an immediate inspection and technical reports to be submitted. (The City) Flatbush — Flatbush
SUNSET PARK – Following an investigation, the NYPD has determined that the man suspected of smashing up an Islamic Center on 6th Avenue [/weekend-crime-blotter-nypd-releases-videos-man-attacking-mosque-homicide-suspects/] may also be responsible for a similar attack on another nearby mosque. Via NYPDApproximately twenty minutes after the suspect used a hammer to smash a video camera
SUNSET PARK/BOROUGH PARK – The NYPD is requesting the public’s assistance in locating two sisters from Sunset Park who disappeared last Friday. According to police, the sisters were last seen on Friday, October 6 at approximately 8:45am near 4211 14th Avenue (PS 164) in Borough Park. Jamilet Ramirez
KENSINGTON – The NYPD announced on Friday that the 55-year-old, Greenpoint cyclist run down by a drunken, unlicensed driver during last month’s Century Bike Tour [/century-ride-exposes-little-city-cares/] has died. Nancy Pease and two other cyclists were struck by 39-year-old Kensington resident Abel Antonio Pina-Morocho at approximately 9am on Sunday, September 10.
The NYPD is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the individual seen in the surveillance video below in connection with an armed robbery that occurred in Kensington earlier this month. At approximately 9pm inside the Shell gas station located at 1 Cortelyou Road on Sunday, August 6th, an
To the editor: Thank you for your recent article on abandoned and illegally parked cars on Hinckley Place off Coney Island Avenue (Whose Parking Lot Is Hinckley Place? [/whos-parking-lot-hinckley-place/] by Liena Zagare – April 21, 2017). It is good to know that I am not the only one that has noticed.
The suspect leaving the station. Photo via policeOn Saturday, November 12, a black, male D train rider approached a 24-year-old woman at the 9th Avenue subway station and punched her in the face. The allegedly unprovoked attack happened in broad daylight at 4 p.m. The woman refused medical attention,
66th Precinct Community Council meeting. In white: Lt. Michael Andreano (R) and Capt. Kenneth Quick (L) and members of Brooklyn Asian Civilian Observation Patrol. (Photo by Jole Carliner / Kensington BK)Lieutenant Michael Andreano of the 66th Precinct has been stripped of his badge and gun over links to an alleged
Photos via NYPDCops are looking for five women in connection to a citywide scam in which the perps [http://www.bensonhurstbean.com/2014/11/police-warn-scams-targeting-elderly-asians-bensonhurst/#.V30YoJMrKSM] approach middle-aged Asian women and persuade them that their jewelry is cursed. In five recent incidents, the victims were approached by three of the
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wazUtqrNN04 In Rose Cobo’s Borough Park home, the walls are plastered with calendars and timelines retracing the steps of her daughter in the weeks before her disappearance. A cryptic voicemail left on the night 22-year-old Chelsea vanished, a mug shot, and text message
Three high-ranking NYPD officers one of the two businessman associated with the massive ongoing NYPD bribery scandal [/blog/crime/reading-borough-park-shomrim-featured-new-york-times/] were arrested this morning on corruption charges related to two different schemes. A detailed criminal complaint was released this morning involving commanding officers Deputy Chief Michael J. Harrington and Deputy
(Photo provided by Assemblyman Dov Hikind)A recent bribery scandal involving the NYPD and members of the Shomrim, an all-volunteer Jewish security patrol, has drawn a glaring media spotlight on how the two organizations function together—and occasionally clash—while enforcing neighborhood justice. Today’s New York Times article [http:
Headquarters of the 66th Precinct at 16th Avenue and 59th Street. (Photo: Google Maps)A longtime community affairs detective at the 66th Precinct, who was named in a federal corruption investigation, has been fired, DNAInfo reported yesterday [https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20160524/upper-east-side/top-nypd-official-caught-federal-probe-files-for-retirement] . Detective Michael Milici of the