A suspect has been arrested and charged with slamming an all-terrain vehicle into an NYPD officer in the Bronx.
The accident happened near the intersection of Broadway and West 259th Street around 5:25 p.m., police said.
In anticipation of warm weather and the possibility of illegal motorcycle, dirt bike, and ATV use the NYPD conducted an initiative to prevent such activity in Manhattan, over the weekend.
Kenny Ortiz, 31, was arrested Friday, police said. Ortiz faces attempted murder, assault, resisting arrest and reckless driving charges, among others.
The NYPD has released a sketch of a man wanted for striking a police officer with an all-terrain vehicle in Brooklyn.
Police say the officer and his partner observed 23-year-old Christian Oliviere, of Brooklyn, recklessly driving an ATV, weaving in and out of traffic and riding on the sidewalk.
A photograph of Gisele Bundchen riding a four-wheeler with her 1-year-old daughter without helmets is drawing criticism from many.
A man was seriously injured Saturday in an all-terrain vehicle crash in Medford, Long Island.
Police determined Jesus Hernandez was thrown from the vehicle after losing control and striking a curb.
Police say a man driving an all-terrain vehicle in a park where he shouldn’t have been hit and killed a dog out for an evening walk. The impact threw the man from the ATV, and he broke his collarbone.
HACKENSACK, N.J. (AP) — The illegal use of all-terrain vehicles remains a problem in New Jersey. But curbing the problem remains a major challenge for state and local officials, mostly due to the lack of […]