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3 men wanted for robbing Elmont gas station
Detectives say the incident happened at the Bolla Shell Station on Linden Boulevard Sunday just before 1 a.m.
Police: 4 men shot in Hempstead, suspect on the loose
Police are still searching for the suspect who opened fire into a crowd over the weekend in Hempstead. The incident happened as a family was celebrating a child's birthday party. In video exclusively obtained by News 12, the suspect is seen shooting into the crowd of men. The incident took...
4 hospitalized after gunman fires into crowd on Long Island
A gunman opened fire into a crowd on Long Island Saturday night, wounding four people who all required hospitalization, police said.
Teenagers caught on CCTV stealing and destroying church angel statue
Teenagers destroyed a statue of an angel that they pulled over a fence of a church in Queens, New York City, on 23 March.Police released CCTV footage of the suspects, seen smashing the object after lifting it from Holy Family Church on 74th Ave, in a bid to identify them.“People are hurt because this is their property and this is their church,” Father Sean Suckiel told Fox 5 New York.Click here to sign up for our newsletters.
3 shot, one fatally, in broad daylight NYC gun violence: cops
Three men were shot — one fatally — in two separate broad-daylight shootings in the Big Apple on Monday, authorities said. A 33-year-old man was shot in the head on the grounds of NYCHA’s Ingersoll Houses in Fort Greene, around 11:10 a.m., cops said. He was taken to the Brooklyn Hospital Center, where he was later pronounced dead, police said. Another man, 21, brought himself to the same hospital with a gunshot wound to the left hand. He was listed in stable condition. Police could not immediately confirm whether either man was targeted. No arrests have been made. Hours earlier, around 8:20 a.m., a man was shot twice in the right foot and once in the left leg at East 156th Street and Westchester Avenue in the Melrose section of The Bronx, authorities said. He was taken to Lincoln Medical Center by private means, with non-life-threatening injuries. No one was arrested, cops said.
Uptick in stolen car parts has New York drivers worried
New York City Police Department crime statistics show more than a 6% increase in grand larceny of auto or vehicle thefts between last year and this year so far. Over a 2-year period, the increase exceeds 95%. Fox 5 New York's Stephanie Bertini has more on this story.
Protecting NYC's Parks: How Desire Paths are Harming Green Spaces
As the COVID-19 pandemic forced many New Yorkers to stay inside their homes for extended periods, the city's parks and woodlands became more popular than ever. They provided a much-needed refuge for those seeking fresh air and space while adhering to social distancing guidelines. However, park officials are now worried that the surge in visitors might lead to these green spaces' gradual degradation.
Victims in suspected fentanyl overdose in New Rochelle identified
Family and friends gathered to pay their respects to the victims who died by suspected fentanyl overdose over the weekend behind an apartment building in New Rochelle. The older brother of one of the victim's joined the vigil, saying his brother was funny, outgoing and had a good heart. Fox 5 New York's Lisa Evers has the latest.
Man Seriously Injured After Being Hit By Car On New Hyde Park Roadway
A man was seriously injured after being hit by a car on Long Island. The incident occurred around 8 p.m. Sunday, March 26 in New Hyde Park on Hillside Avenue near North 4th St. According to Nassau County Police detectives, the 69-year-old was struck by a 2016 Chrysler, being driven...
Police release names of 3 victims who died of apparent overdoses in New Rochelle
Police say Carl Encarnacion, 43, Danny Howard, 49, Sean Thomas Windley, 28 were found unresponsive in a storage room in the rear of 50 Fountain Place.
New Update: 13-Year-Old Student In Critical Condition After Stabbing At Long Island School
This story has been updated.A student at a Long Island school is hospitalized after he was stabbed by another student on campus, authorities said.Emergency crews in Lindenhurst were called at around 12:30 p.m. Monday, March 27, with reports of a stabbing in a second-floor hallway at Lindenhurst Mid…
Girlfriend tried to save 27-year-old man fatally stabbed in Bronx dispute
Jayvonna Lecker's life changed drastically Friday when her boyfriend was fatally stabbed in the hallway of their apartment complex over a dispute with their neighbor
22-Year-Old Struck, Killed By Train In Hicksville
A local resident was struck and killed by a Long Island Railroad train over the weekend. Suffolk County resident Tyshawn R. Hunter, age 22, of Port Jefferson Station, was struck around 11 p.m., Friday, March 24 in Nassau County near the Hicksville Station, according to the MTA. The incident occurred...
Police: 3 suspects wanted in armed robbery on LIRR train
Commuters at the LIRR stop in Wyandanch Monday say they want more police officers on trains, platforms and around the stations.
Man shot by ski-mask-wearing gunmen at NYC housing development
A man was shot and wounded by two ski-mask-clad gunmen at a Harlem housing development Sunday night, police said. The 24-year-old victim was blasted in the torso at the St. Nicholas Houses at 200 West 131st St. at around 9 p.m., according to the NYPD. EMS responded and rushed him to Harlem Hospital, where’s he’s listed in stable condition, cops said. The victim, who is known to police, was reportedly shot by two masked men who ran from the scene. Police said they do not know what led up to the shooting. There have been no arrests and the investigation is ongoing.
Man, 81, punched in face, robbed of $150 on Queens street
An 81-year-old man was punched in the face and robbed on a Queens street, police said Monday as they released surveillance images of his suspected attacker.
Is NYPD Getting Away with Brutality? Rally Planned to Hold Them Accountable
New York City Council members are set to meet at City Hall to discuss new police legislation aimed at increasing transparency. The meeting comes in the wake of a police shooting incident in the Bronx, where a 42-year-old man was shot by an NYPD officer after he was seen advancing towards them with a large kitchen knife.
Is Your Neighborhood Safe? Shocking Fatal Stabbing in Brooklyn Raises Concerns
A horrific tragedy has occurred in Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood, where a 31-year-old man named Jerry Crichlow was fatally stabbed in his apartment building on Crown Street. According to reports, the police received a 911 call about an assault, and upon arriving at the scene, found Crichlow unresponsive.
Jonathan Majors Updated Charges Include Multiple Second and Third-Degree Assaults
Jonathan Majors has been charged with multiple counts of misdemeanor assault and harassment in New York City. The announcement comes two days after Majors was arrested in New York City. According to PEOPLE, legal documents from the Manhattan District Attorney’s office reveal Majors has been charged with three counts of...
Arrested at Target, shoplifters tricked Nassau Police into releasing the wrong guy
Two men arrested outside Target last week on shoplifting charges switched ID's and got Nassau cops to send the wrong defendant back to New York City on an NYPD warrant. In the highly publicized shoplifting arrests at Target's Westbury store, Quamik Stephenson and Ronald Jiles-Ais walked in and took 2 infant carseats off the shelf. Then they walked over to Customer Service and tried to "return" them, according to police.
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