More illegal weapons have been taken off New York City streets as a result of a year-long investigation that involved three separate undercover operations, officials said.
The Oct. 8 incident at the ALIYA Center on East New York Avenue in Crown Heights is being investigated by the Internal Affairs Bureau and the Brooklyn district attorney.
Assemblyman Dov Hikind said he wants a full investigation into the violent arrest of a man at a Jewish youth center in Brooklyn.
A suspect has been arrested in connection with one of two fatal stabbings that happened after the West Indian American Day Parade in Brooklyn on Monday.
A dozen people had to be rescued by firefighters, as a four-story home in Brooklyn went up in flames around 2:15 Monday morning. The fire consumed a home on Carroll Street just off Kingston Avenue in Crown Heights.
The study of more than a thousand 12 to 17-year-olds across the country found that nearly 9 out of 10 high school students said classmates were using drugs, drinking or smoking during the school day.
Darius Robinson, a 17-year-old from Crown Heights, was standing in a crowd in front of 720 St. Marks Ave., early Tuesday morning when bullets flew and cut the teen’s dreams short.
The 22-year-old woman initially accused the men of rape, but questions were raised about whether prosecutors initially failed to turn over evidence that she had recanted part of her story.
A woman waiting for a taxi cab in Brooklyn was suddenly attacked. Police are looking for the man who dragged her into a building and sexually assaulted her on the roof.
Prosecutors charged 38-year-old Samuel Martinez Tuesday with eight counts of second-degree murder.
With the bleak central Brooklyn cityscape as a backdrop, you might be surprised what a little color is capable of.
Fourteen suspected members of a Crown Heights gang dubbed the “Brower Boys” have been indicted in connection with a year-long crime spree after talking about their alleged exploits on Facebook, authorities said Wednesday.
The shooting inside the Rugged Sole hat and shoe store left a 12-year-old boy and another man injured, according to police.
A 12-year-old and another man were caught in the cross fire as the result of a beef between a Crown Heights store employee and a man who lives in the neighborhood, police said.
Darrell Dula, 25, has been freed from jail and is now back with his brother and 3-year-old son in Crown Heights.