City officials were bracing for another night of protests across the city Thursday night, a day after a Staten Island grand jury decided not to indict a police officer in the death of Eric Garner.
PBA President: Police Officers ‘Thrown Under The Bus’ By De Blasio In Wake Of Eric Garner Grand Jury Decision
Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch said the mayor needs to more to support New York City police officers.
The investigation will look for potential civil rights investigations in the July 17 death of Garner, 43, who was confronted by police on suspicion of selling loose, untaxed cigarettes.
Eric Garner’s family is continuing to call for justice a day after a Staten Island grand jury decided not to indict a police officer in connection with the 43-year-old’s death.
A grand jury has decided Wednesday not to indict the police officer who placed a Staten Island man in an apparent chokehold just before he died.
The Justice Department has been reviewing the case for the last year.
Richmond County District Attorney Daniel Donovan said the investigation was given the codename because one of the defendants goes by the nickname “Opie.”
The Staten Island District Attorney’s office has a new employee who can lend a helping paw — a dog named Bronksey.
According to the report from the organization Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, 77,000 children in New York were confirmed victims of abuse and neglect in 2010. 114 of them died.
They lived the life of luxury, but allegedly accepted handouts that you paid for.
Have you ever wondered what happens to construction debris? In Connecticut, a lot of money is spent shipping it to landfills out of state.
Staten Island District Attorney Daniel Donovan said 28 people were involved in a gambling ring which ran out of a strip mall. The ring apparently took in $100,000 a week.
Charges were filed Thursday against a young driver accused in a high-speed crash that killed two of his friends and seriously injured two others.