“The next leader of our city must bring the right kind of change. That doesn’t mean change from independent leadership to be a mayor beholden to special interest, that doesn’t mean change that tears down any of the improvements that might have happened and that doesn’t mean change that reverses the policies that have made us the safest large city in America,” Lhota said.
A college student on his way home from class Thursday night said he witnessed a brutal crime in progress and put his own life on the line when he jumped into action.
Police are looking for a driver who fatally struck a woman in the Bronx before fleeing Sunday morning.
A Manhattan-based obstetrician deposited the checks of his patients into his personal bank account, prosecutors say.
Amed Villa entered his guilty pleas Monday in federal court in New Haven.
Lynch said 19-year-old Vanessa Argueta was shot execution style in 2010 because she had allegedly shown disrespect to the MS-13 gang.
Letters containing powder were sent to two homes in Darien, Conn.
A bullet struck Antiq Hennis, who had just turned a year old days before, on Livonia Avenue, police said.
Leroy Forest, 31, is charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident after he struck Abigail Lino, 24, police said.
Residents in one section of north Brooklyn are voicing concern over what they say is a spike in violent crime.
The truck’s two guards failed an FBI lie-detector test, law enforcement sources said.
Matthew Matagrano posed as a corrections officer, broke into jails and stole about $5,000 worth of equipment, WCBS 880′s Irene Cornell reported.
Nicholas Santora is accused of trafficking narcotics, extorting victims, loan-sharking and running an offshore Internet gambling operation.
The men duped at least 150 people into spending $8 million on precious metals they did not own, Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance said.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop said this weekend that when it comes to crime, July has been a “difficult month” for the municipality.