Attorneys announced a $50 million lawsuit against the NYPD Thursday, on behalf of a Bronx man they claimed was beaten unconscious by officers.
One man allegedly kidnapped two women in Pennsylvania, tried to burn down a car dealership in New Jersey, and rammed Port Authority police vehicles in New York City.
Police in Jersey City are investigating the stabbing death of a community activist whose body was found in an arson fire earlier this week.
Police in New Jersey are searching for a suspect who they said stole items from several vehicles before setting one on fire.
Charles Diaz, 35, of Brooklyn, has been arrested and charged with attempted murder, arson and criminal possession of a weapon.
A woman was sentenced to eight years in prison Friday after being convicted of setting her girlfriend’s West Orange, N.J. home on fire in 2011.
Fire officials Monday announced the arrest of Abderraham Mouna and Jose Andujar, who are charged with arson.
A Long Island business owner said his livelihood has been destroyed, after a person was caught on camera starting a fire that gutted his tanning salon.
Police were searching Saturday for a suspect in the fire that gutted a tanning salon in Selden, Long Island, early on Christmas Day.
Investigators have deemed that a fire that broke out early Sunday at a dry cleaners on Long Island was an arson.
Vincent Calder, 19, was arrest Friday on several charges including arson as a hate crime and burglary, police said. Two others — Christopher Sasso and Diego Tuso, both 19 — were arrested on charges of burglary, criminal mischief and trespassing.
A 22-year-old man was charged Monday night in a series of alleged arsons in Sunnyside Queens.
Three fires were set between approximately 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Thursday at the vestibule at Sixth Avenue and Waverly Place in Greenwich Village, according to officials.
It appears two American flags attached to a 2003 Dodge Ram pickup truck were set on fire around 11 p.m. Monday night, police said.