Protesters took to the streets Sunday — a day after the funeral for Kimani Gray, the 16-year-old boy who was shot and killed by police in Brooklyn earlier this month.
Funeral services were held Saturday for Kimani Gray, the Brooklyn teenager who was shot and killed by police earlier this month in an incident that has sparked heated protests.
The mother of Kimani Gray, the teenager who was shot and killed by police in Brooklyn earlier this month, met with prosecutors Tuesday in hopes of finding answers about the shooting.
Two police officers who shot and killed a 16-year-old boy on a street in East Flatbush Brooklyn have a history of being sued for civil rights violations, according to a published report.
A relative of a 16-year-old boy who was shot and killed by police last weekend in Brooklyn was arrested at a protest Wednesday evening.
Police were on alert in Brooklyn Tuesday night following violence stemming from a deadly officer-involved shooting, as crowds gathered again to protest for a second night in a row.
The crowd of about 20 teens and other residents gathered at Nostrand and Synder avenues, outside the 67th Precinct station. Rocks and bottles were thrown, in protest of the police-involved shooting Saturday of 16-year-old Kimani Gray.
When the plainclothes officers saw the gun, they both fired. The teen was pronounced dead at Kings County Hospital a short time later, police said.
Police Monday night were searching for the assailant who fired the shots that killed a man and wounded a woman in East Flatbush, Brooklyn.
A man was killed late Sunday in an accident in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, right outside Kings County Hospital Center.
Police on Saturday were looking for the assailant who shot and killed a man in East Flatbush.
The accident happened just after 6 a.m. Monday at the corner of Utica and Church Avenues in East Flatbush.
A 23-year-old man was struck and killed by a vehicle in a hit-and-run early Saturday in the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn.
Problems erupted at a handful of New York City polling places Tuesday, including a Lower Manhattan site that ran out of ballots, and reports of crowding at some sites in Brooklyn that attracted the attention of a city lawmaker.
Sources told CBS 2 the computer-generated note referenced Beltway sniper Lee Boyd Malvo being let out of prison and threatening that a pregnant girl will die every week if Malvo is not freed from jail.