Police this weekend found 10 kilos of cocaine in a car they pulled over for defective lights in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Surveillance cameras captured two possible suspects entering the building at West 111th Street near Broadway on Monday night.
The transit agency has installed the first ticket machines that will dispense dollar bills instead of dollar coins for change at Newark Penn Station.
A team made up of detectives from the Newark Police department along with members of Essex County’s Viper Unit collaborated to conduct the raid in the 500-block of South 11th street.
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A financial report on the group’s General Assembly website says at “the current rate of expenditure” the occupiers will be “out of money in THREE WEEKS.”
Police say Jean Paulino lifted about $140 in cash and two driver’s licenses from a couple going through a security checkpoint at Newark Liberty International Airport.
Police said a man entered the bank on 2921 Middle Country Road at 10:25 a.m. and handed the teller a note demanding money.
The agency’s board eliminated giving a day’s pay for every two consecutive months that workers showed up no more than 30 minutes late. The board also ended the 40-year practice that allowed workers to convert vacation and sick days to cash.
Bergen County authorities said the burglary ring known as the James Bond Gang appears to be back. They said there have been 40 burglaries in New York and New Jersey since 2009 that fit the group’s pattern — most of them in the last six months.
Gillibrand reportedly said in an email thanking supporters that she broke the $3 million mark for the federal reporting period ending Thursday.
The 6’1″, 250-pound suspect was caught on surveillance camera. He took a laptop from a 12-year-old, and an iPhone and cash from a 16-year-old.
Police say the men put out the word that they had $17 million in smuggled money to sell. They said the cash was dyed black to slip it past customs officials, but could be cleaned with a special detergent, which they were also seeking to sell.
The railroad said its ticket machines at most stations were once again taking credit and debit cards.