A man was facing murder charges Monday night in a stabbing that left a 62-year-old woman dead in Elmuhrst, Queens.
Another man has been arrested and charged as the “Gentleman Groper” seven months after charges were dropped against another man.
New York City police say a 69-year-old man claimed his daughter was abusing him and doused her daughter with acid.
A Florida truck driver who allegedly used fake license plates _ from different states _ to evade tolls is facing numerous charges after being stopped on the George Washington Bridge in New Jersey.
Port Authority Police spokesman Al Della Fave says officers found a loaded handgun in the suspects’ car.
Small claims investigators manipulated witnesses and recklessly disregarded their credibility to try to make their case.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the 27-year-old man was acting as a lone wolf and was taken into custody Saturday. He allegedly was inspired by al-Qaida, although his citizenship was not immediately known.
In pleading guilty, Tibor Varganyi will avoid a manslaughter charge that carries a possible 15-year sentence.
The guilty plea spares 54-year-old Sickler from standing trial for allegedly later trying to arrange his wife’s murder from his jail cell.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s office says Hardware rubbed his genitals against women who couldn’t get away from him on crowded rush-hour subways.
Police said Francisco Tomas of Riverhead was driving on Middle Country Road in Ridge when he struck the other car. The officer was in stable condition following the accident.
The chief of staff to the mayor of New Jersey’s capital city has been arrested for allegedly attempting to buy heroin.
Ayala said she was so busy working on her taxes she didn’t notice when her 20-month-old son slipped out the front door, police allege.
Anselmo Genovese faces charges related to his role as a project manager for New York-based 160 Broadway Concrete. The subcontractor was working on the high-rise construction project at 77 Hudson Street in Jersey City.
Beginning in April, customers will see an average $2.85 reduction in their monthly bill for the rest of the year, and $1.50 a month for 2012 and 2013.