Police have asked for the public’s help in finding the suspect who robbed a T-Mobile cell phone store in the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn near Pratt Institute.
They’re getting into garbage cans, backyards and even breaking into homes. And what’s more, these resourceful raccoons are outsmarting the most determined of trappers.
The incident took place at around 9 a.m. at 214 Carlton Ave., in the Clinton Hill, where a new four-story building was being built.
The Crispus Attucks Playground on Classon Avenue in Clinton Hill is closed at night but every morning investigators are finding evidence of sex.
At Dorman Square in Midwood, Brooklyn, the Department of Transportation wants to shut down a one-block stretch of Elm Avenue and a create a pedestrian plaza, like the one in Clinton Hill, where the DOT kicked out cars and installed cafe tables and chairs.
Both female victims were punched in the head and face. One woman had her cellphone taken, while the suspects took groceries from another, police said.
Janna Kennedy Hyten had no idea when she started a haunted house for friends and neighbors 17 years ago that her Brooklyn residence would quickly become the place to visit during Halloween, drawing crowds of 5,000 each year.
If you haven’t dug out your car from the ice and snow of the recent snowstorms, you’d better dig out fast. Parking rules will go back into effect on Monday.
Officer Feris Jones was promoted to detective in recognition for her role in thwarting Saturday’s Brooklyn salon robbery. Mayor Bloomberg commended the Jones for her “incredible bravery.”
A New York Police Department officer was off duty and getting her hair done when an armed bandit came in and announced a holdup. Police say she coolly drew her own pistol and exchanged fire.
The suspect, named as Winston Cox, tried robbing a beauty salon where an off-duty police officer was getting her hair done, police said.