A protest over a deadly police shooting in East Flatbush this week began at noon in Brooklyn on Saturday. 23-year-old Shantel Davis died after she was shot in the chest as she tried to drive off in a stolen car that police said she had crashed.
According to police, the woman was driving erratically and running red lights before she crashed the car into another vehicle. When the officers approached the car, the woman threw it in reverse and hit the gas, police said.
“Nazareth is a place where everyone feels comfortable and we’re at home at Nazareth. Our students in the inner city need schools like Nazareth,” principal Providencia Quiles said.
Nazareth went from having just over 600 students in 2006 to 311 this year. The school will close its doors for good in June.
The freeloader not only broke in, he moved in, eating in one of her chairs, watching TV, setting up an XBox, all while Joyce King was visiting family between Christmas and New Year’s.
Police say plainclothes officers were in the area on a routine patrol when they saw 30-year-old Jerry Benoit standing on the corner adjusting his waistband.
Mayor Bloomberg wants more federal involvement in gun control enforcement and a loophole addressed involving gun shows.
Authorities said the suspect entered the woman’s East Flatbush apartment through a fire escape and open window around 2 a.m. on August 18 and grabbed her buttocks.
An off-duty correction officer has shot and wounded a man who attacked him with a pipe outside a fast food restaurant in Brooklyn.
Candles were left on an East Flatbush sidewalk for Trevonne Winn, murdered on a spot far from home. Relatives said the 24-year-old from Red Hill, South Carolina, was in the area to visit his Aunt.
Three people are recovering from gunshot wounds as police continue to investigate a possible attempted robbery in Brooklyn on Saturday night.
Residents in Brooklyn are raising a stink – or maybe a squawk – over a quirky collector who lives on their street. His house is surrounded by countless bird cages they call an eyesore.
The police want the public’s assistance in locating a black man in his late 20s, between 5-foot-9 and 5-11, with a medium build and short black hair, wanted in connection to a series of sexual assaults.
An Upper West Side family is hoping for a large turnout at a bone marrow drive for their nanny on Sunday morning in East Flatbush.
One NYC family is doing whatever they can to take care of one of their own, as they organize bone marrow donor drives to help find a match for their beloved nanny, diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma.