A long streak of days without homicides in New York City may have been broken Friday morning, but many were still relieved at that the brutal cold coincided with less brutal behavior.
Another suspect has been charged in the shooting that left a 17-year-old boy dead at a barbecue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn last summer.
Ehud Halevy’s complaint alleges that the 21-year-old was punched about two dozen times in an Oct. 8 beating that lasted more than two minutes.
Police announced Wednesday that have solved the murder of a 17-year-old boy who was shot and killed at a barbecue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
A New York City police officer was arrested early Monday, reportedly on charges that he pulled a gun on a construction worker.
JONAH, its founder Arthur Goldberg and counselor Alan Downing have been named in the suit, which accuses them of violating New Jersey’s strong Consumer Fraud Act.
Viktor Avadyayev, 53, had been standing behind the white 2007 Chrysler limousine and was struck as the vehicle traveled in reverse, police said.
A woman who was reportedly 91 years old died early Monday, in an apartment building fire in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn.
While getting around may be easier since Superstorm Sandy, paying a reasonable price for gas is not – at least at some locations CBS 2 found.
Ehud Halevy had faced a series of charges, including trespass and assault, following an encounter with two police officers at a Crown Heights Youth Center.
The NYPD has launched a search for the man who robbed four banks in the Crown Heights and Bedford-Stuyvesant sections of Brooklyn since February of last year.
The video shows Halevy being pummeled by two officers, with one cop landing more than 20 punches. His partner, a woman, joined in with a baton.
There was backlash in Brooklyn on Friday over a confrontation caught on video. It shows a police officer repeatedly punching a man during an arrest. The Jewish community in Crown Heights wants the charges against the suspect dropped.
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.