An arraignment at First District Court in Hempstead was disrupted when a fight broke out inside the courtroom.
The man charged in a hit-and-run on Staten Island that left a 4-year-old boy dead and his mother and older sister injured pleaded not guilty Sunday, and denied he was behind the wheel.
The woman known as the “Hot Dog Hooker” pleaded not guilty to new charges in court Saturday, and accused authorities of framing her.
It was a heart-wrenching experience for a Queens family Wednesday, as a loved one was arraigned in court on charges that he killed his own parents in separate attacks.
Officers arrested Jason Bohn, the ex-boyfriend of 27-year-old Danielle Thomas. Bohn has been charged with murder, tampering with evidence and other offenses.
Edward Krolick, 22, and Jack Carson, 21, were charged with 2nd Degree Burglary.
The flames gutted the garage, spread throughout the home on West Loines Avenue, melted siding, and burned an SUV.
Police say Leonard Hoppie, 20, and his 10-year-old brother were uninjured in the crash.
Nicholas Coyle, 19, of Merrick, has been charged with killing a cottontail rabbit with a hockey stick and using its carcass as a puck, police said.
Suffolk County police say 25-year-old Nicholas Lobianco handed a Rite Aid employee a note demanding prescription drugs. They say Lobianco then ran away before the employee could comply.
Prosecutors say Kenneth R. O’Quinn was arrested on charges including grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property.
Arrested and charged with both rape and performing a criminal sexual act is 33-year-old Tara Driscoll of Bay Shore. She was a high school English teacher at Campus Magnet Educational Complex in Queens until last May when an investigation started.
Police said neighborhood mechanic Thomas M. Cirino, 56, of 1390 Dewey Avenue was arrested at his home Tuesday at 10 p.m. and charged with fourth degree criminal mischief.
Police said the teens ganged up on the men aboard a S74 bus on Staten Island and that 17-year-old Jacquille Pender of Staten Island was arrested a short time later.
After slashing his stepfather to death with a kitchen knife, 23-year-old Maksim Gelman headed to the home of a female acquaintance, killed her mother, then waited patiently for hours for the young woman to come so he could kill her too, police said.