The city of Boston woke up Saturday morning with a new sense of security and relief Saturday morning.
Bottles were smashed and a couch burned in the middle of the street as police in riot gear attempted to break up the crowd of young party goers, many of whom are students at Rutgers.
A municipal police dispatcher and a school district employee were among 25 people hit with charges in New Jersey after authorities broke up an alleged drug ring.
Residents of the Jamaica section of Queens erupted in protest late Friday, after police arrested two men following an alleged drug deal.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is expanding a program in which the interrogations of felony suspects are recorded after their arrests.
Imagine, you go for a late-night stroll in the park, and you end up spending the rest of the night in a police station lockup. It’s happening to everyday people a lot more than you’d think.
Two NYPD employees found themselves on the wrong side of the law Sunday morning.
Two 24-year-old northern New Jersey residents were facing attempted murder charges Sunday, in connection with the shooting of a man in Paterson last month.
A police traffic enforcement agent and an FDNY employee were arrested in separate incidents this weekend — on drugs and weapons charges and for driving while intoxicated, respectively.
Sixty-year-old Roberto Rivera, of Ridgewood, faces several charges, including possession of a destructive device and recklessly creating a risk of widespread injury. His bail was set at $1 million cash. It wasn’t known Saturday if he had retained a lawyer.
The Queens District Attorney’s office has announced the arrests of 15 people for looting businesses in the Rockaways.
Police announced that they have arrested two men in connection with a shooting that wounded six people in Brooklyn.
A sobriety checkpoint on Long Island conducted by the Suffolk County Police, New York State Police, and MTA Police netted thirteen arrests on Friday night and Saturday morning.
Police in Nassau and Suffolk counties have arrested nearly three-dozen people on drunk driving charges during the first part of Memorial Day Weekend.
Overwhelming “human gridlock” in Indianapolis’ Super Bowl Village is causing police to rethink crowd control just ahead of the big game.
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