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NYC making security plans for possible Trump arrest
Law enforcement officials in New York City are making security preparations for the possibility that former President Donald Trump is arrested and appears in court in Manhattan. NYC making security plans for possible Trump arrest. Law enforcement officials in New York City are making security preparations for the possibility that...
An NYC man fatally overdosed in a Starbucks bathroom. It took his family 53 days to find him.
A recent photo of Leford Williams, center right, with family members. The family of Leford Williams searched the streets, parks, rehab centers and hospitals, not knowing if he was dead or alive. When his remains were finally returned to them, they were “badly decomposed." [ more › ]
Jersey City multi-apartment fire displaces 14 people
News 12 was told all residents escaped, and no one was injured in a multi-apartment fire in Jersey City on Monday.
Fire officials battle flames in three-story Jersey City building
Officials say flames broke out just before 6 a.m. near Roosevelt Avenue and West Side Avenue.
Man Shot Outside Hudson County Costco Store
A man was shot outside of a Hudson County Costco store this weekend, authorities said. The 61-year-old man was found with a gunshot wound to his leg around 7 p.m. Friday, March 17, near the Bayonne Costco on Goldsborough Drive, Bayonne Police Capt. Eric Amato said. The victim was taken...
From 'hell' to hope. How an Iraqi family survived war and found success in NJ
Hiba Oudah remembers the aroma of oranges and lemons that filled the garden, the rose and gardenia that she picked and took to her teacher, the dates and figs eaten fresh from trees. “It was simple things, but it was beautiful,” said Oudah, reminiscing about her childhood in Baghdad.
Police: 2 deadly stabbings in Newark within hours apart
Two men were found fatally stabbed in Newark within hours apart, according to Essex County prosecutors.
Instant disorder on MTA’s new train: Forces of decay still rule NYC
In another win for the forces of decay dragging at New York City: Vagrants, scofflaws and thuggish teens are already plaguing the MTA’s new, futuristic subway cars. As The Post’s Matthew Sedacca reports, a walkthrough Tuesday found “three homeless men and a junkie” in “varying states of consciousness across four of the 10 swanky cars” of the $27 million train. “One man was zonked out and muttering to himself, and others stretched out on benches to nap during rush hour.” It seems the homeless prefer the new cars because they’re better-heated than older models. Too bad that can leave the trains reeking. “It still...
Bloomfield Man Sentenced to 29 Years for Attempted Murder and Carjacking
BLOOMFIELD, NEW JERSEY – A Bloomfield man, Farrakhan Howard, 31, has been sentenced to a total of 29 years in State Prison after being convicted in November for attempting to murder a Lyft driver, assaulting another passenger, and carjacking the vehicle in April 2019. Union County Superior Court Judge Thomas Isenhour imposed the term on Howard, including a 24-year sentence for carjacking, an 18-year concurrent sentence for attempted murder, and a 5-year consecutive sentence for aggravated assault on the passenger. On April 24, 2019, Clark Police Department patrol units responded to Westfield Avenue, where they found a 47-year-old man bleeding The post Bloomfield Man Sentenced to 29 Years for Attempted Murder and Carjacking appeared first on Shore News Network.
NYPD preparing for possible Trump indictment Tuesday
NEW YORK -- The NYPD is stepping up security ahead of some potentially high-profile legal action. Last week, former President Donald Trump said he expects to be arrested Tuesday in the hush money case being investigated by New York prosecutors, and he called upon his supporters to protest. Trump's legal team is expected to make a last-ditch effort to win the case Monday. CBS News has learned an attorney may be called in front of a Manhattan grand jury to discredit star witness Michael Cohen. Trump's lawyers said over the weekend he would surrender to charges if and when they come. Before that, experts...
The $1 cheese slice at 2 Bros. on St. Mark's Place is now $1.50
Early $1 slice joint Two Bros. Pizza has bumped the price to $1.50 at 32 St. Mark's Place between Second Avenue and Third Avenue, its first NYC outpost. The new signage went up on Friday, per EVG reader Tom. Toward the end of 2021, with prices surging on everything from...
Gunman in New York City subdued by good Samaritan facing federal charges
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – A man who pulled a gun during a dispute inside a Chelsea bodega on Thursday was arrested after being subdued by a good Samaritan nearby. Police said Jason Fleming brandished a rifle and a handgun outside London Grocery Smoke Shop on 10th Avenue and West 25th Street shortly after 4 pm. Fleming got into an argument with a customer inside the shop and, after leaving, brandished a rifle. He then stood at the door of the shop holding a handgun. NYPD officers were dispatched to the scene after receiving a 911 call. Fleming fled, but The post Gunman in New York City subdued by good Samaritan facing federal charges appeared first on Shore News Network.
Shocking Video: Hudson Valley Woman Slams Into Children, 6 Hurt
A Hudson Valley woman is accused of hitting six people, including two children, with a stolen car. We have shocking video of the crash. Six people were injured Wednesday evening in New York City. NYPD: Westchester County Woman Rammed Into 6 People With Stolen Car. Authorities believe 34-year-old Deanna Cimaglia...
New York City is filled with labyrinths — if you know where to look
The labyrinth at Broadway Presbyterian church on the Upper West Side. They're not mazes. [ more › ]
Queens Man Sentenced to Over 10 Years for Laundering Millions in Fraudulent Schemes
QUEENS, NY – On Friday, Djonibek Rahmankulov has been sentenced to 121 months in prison for laundering millions of dollars from various fraudulent schemes, including computer hacking, healthcare fraud, and Small Business Administration loan fraud. Rahmankulov was convicted of money laundering conspiracy, bank fraud, and conspiracy to operate an unlicensed money transmitting business. Between 2017 and September 2020, Rahmankulov operated a network of shell companies to launder criminal proceeds from multiple types of criminal activity. He worked with computer hackers who fraudulently gained control of victims’ bank accounts and executed millions of dollars in fraudulent wire transfers. Additionally, Rahmankulov collaborated The post Queens Man Sentenced to Over 10 Years for Laundering Millions in Fraudulent Schemes appeared first on Shore News Network.
These Paterson brothers were tight, even in the Army. Then one died in the Iraq War
Alnardo Rivera and his older half-brother Gil Mercado Jr. had been inseparable growing up in Paterson, so it seemed appropriate that after they entered the military. The two ended up in the same unit, stationed about a mile from each other near Baghdad during the start of the Iraq War 20 years ago.
Delays on State Island Expressway for the Monday morning rush hour
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Delays are reported on the Staten Island Expressway Brooklyn-bound for the Monday morning rush hour. The slowdowns likely are related to two crashes reported in the vicinity of Slosson Avenue and Fingerboard Road, according to Google Maps. Traffic is backed up to at least Slosson...
Newark Police seeking to identify shooting suspects
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY – Public Safety Director Fritz G. Fragé is seeking the public’s help in identifying suspects connected to an incident of criminal mischief that occurred on last month. Today, police released a photo of the suspects. Police were called to the 100 block of Brunswick Street after reports of shots fired. Upon arrival, officers found multiple spent shell casings, but no injuries have been reported. Director Fragé encourages anyone with information about the identity of these suspects to contact the Police Division’s 24-hour Crime Stopper tip line at 1-877-NWK-TIPS (1-877-695-8477). All anonymous tips remain confidential and could result The post Newark Police seeking to identify shooting suspects appeared first on Shore News Network.
1 man killed, another injured in shooting at Wakefield bodega: Police
An argument started inside of the deli, before a 24-year-old was shot in the torso, officials said.
Fordham Manor: Search for 34-Year-Old Man Reported Missing
The New York City Police Department is asking for the public’s help locating a 34-year-old man reported missing from Fordham Manor. Police from the 52nd Precinct said it was reported to them that Alkali Camara of 2682 Valentine Avenue was last seen at his home on Saturday, March 18, at around 11 a.m. He is described as male, is 6 feet tall, weighs 200 pounds, has a dark complexion, brown eyes, and black hair. Camara was last seen wearing a black coat and green pants.
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