Narendrak Patel, 52, was working behind the counter of the Irvington Mini Market when at least one armed gunman entered the store shortly before 5 p.m. Saturday and apparently tried to rob the store.
Jose Muniz was spotted putting an unknown substance – possibly drugs – into his mouth by a sergeant and two undercover officers on Jerome Avenue, police said.
Late Monday afternoon 44-year-old Pedro Quezada walked into the Eagles Liquor in Passaic, N.J., and checked to see if he had the sole winning ticket for Saturday’s $338.3 million Powerball drawing.
Police on Tuesday were looking for a man who robbed two Queens businesses and pistol-whipped their employees.
The family of a bodega worker who was accidentally shot and killed by a New York City police officer during a robbery plans to sue the city for $25 million.
Police Sunday were calling an early-morning deadly fire in South Richmond Hill, Queens, suspicious.
A mother and her son were shot and wounded in the robbery of a Bodega in Paterson, N.J. early Wednesday morning.
Fernando Mateo of the Bodega Association of the U.S. said he is working with the city to try to provide subsidized bullet-proof vests for bodega owners.
A wake will be held Tuesday for the bodega worker who was accidentally shot by a police officer while fleeing a gunpoint robbery in the Bronx.
Family Of Man Killed In Bronx Police Shooting Demands Justice, Mother Passes Out During Press Conference
Ana Cuevas was showing signs of strain when she arrived for a meeting with the Bronx District Attorney on Sunday. An hour later she fainted during a press conference, the stress seemed to overwhelm her.
Store clerk Reynaldo Cuevas died early Friday morning after fleeing from Natalie Grocery at 169th Street and Franklin Avenue in the Morrisania section, said NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
Police say two men followed Anselmo Parras home Wednesday and burst into his apartment, looking for cash.
Police say a 14-year-old boy was shot and killed Wednesday night outside of a Bodega near his home in Crown Heights.
A frustrated Fernando Delarosa said he hopes police “catch those guys” soon.
In each robbery, the thieves got away with cash. No one was hurt, but the threat of violence was enough to scare people who live nearby and frequent the stores.