The suspect in the murders of three Brooklyn shopkeepers was indicted Tuesday on first-degree murder charges.
Police said Richard Cohen called 911 himself. Officers found his mother Anne stabbed several times.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said the same .22-caliber gun was used in both crimes and he believes it may have been a rifle-type weapon.
The numbers one, seven and eight are linked to both killings. Is it a weird coincidence or something more?
Police told 1010 WINS that they believe that the same suspect who murdered Kadare also killed a Bay Ridge shopkeeper on July 6. The suspect description is similar, and ballistics tests confirm that the same .22-caliber gun was used in both murders.
Late Friday night, a relative told CBS 2 that Kadare may have collected rent in cash from one of his tenants right before the murder and his killer may have known he had the money.
The storms brought rain, hail and lightning with them, bringing sudden changes in the sticky weather that lingered for days over the region
The indictment charges that the tenants could not escape the fire on Jan. 30, 2010 because the owners had set up illegal partitions that blocked their way out of the building in Bensonhurst.
Thirteen-year-old Henry Garcia was riding his bike on 20th Avenue in Bensonhurst Saturday afternoon when police said he fell off his bike. That’s when cops said the driver of a green SUV hit the teen and then took off.
Police said 13-year-old Henry Garcia was riding his bike on 20th Avenue in Bensonhurst and may have fallen off when he was run over by a green SUV.
Jack Mannino was released from federal prison last July after serving more than 10 years for a series of bank robberies in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island during a five-month spree in 1999.
Luke Redowski claims the government has evidence that bombs placed in the World Trade Center brought the towers down.
Joseph Salvo, of the New York City Department of Planning, told 1010 WINS’ Stan Brooks “there is no question that there was an error in the enumeration” with regards to the assessment in Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst, Astoria and Jackson Heights.
The Gambino crime family, knocked down and knocked down again by federal indictments, is reportedly going back to the old pre-John Gotti way of running an organized crime family.
The two neighbors got into a heated argument in the shop on Bath Avenue that led to both men brandishing guns and the eventual killing of a 77-year-old man.