An 18-year-old is dead and two others were injured after a shooting at a public housing development Harlem Monday evening.
The explosion reduced the two, five-story buildings to rubble, shattered store windows for blocks and hurled glass, bricks and other debris throughout the neighborhood.
While the message remains the same – get tested and use protection to help fight the spread of HIV – Keys said it’s important to keep promoting that message.
Pediatricians at Lincoln Medical Center in the Bronx and at Harlem Hospital are writing prescriptions for fruits and vegetables to at-risk youths.
EMT Brendon Hernandez, 25, said he was acting on instinct when he jumped on a suspect who police said had just shot Officer Fausto Gomez in the foot outside Harlem Hospital early Monday morning.
A man was charged late last week with sexually abusing and urinating on a fellow patient at Harlem Hospital, according to a published reports.
Boubacar Bathily, 53, turned himself in and was charged with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death, driving without a driver’s license and failure to exercise due care, police said.
The boy was crossing First Avenue in the crosswalk when he was hit by the truck as it turned from East 117th Street, police said.
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At Manhattan Federal Court, the judge said that what Pettway did was “not a crime of greed or vengeance, but was a crime of selfishness.”
Police say surveillance video shows the suspect dressed as a woman on March 13 with what appears to be a badge on his waist.
Officials say Franklyn Nunez was arrested for criminal use of firearm, assault against a police officer, reckless endangerment and other charges.
The suspect, whose name has not yet been released, was taken to Harlem Hospital in stable condition.
Ann Pettway turned herself in to the FBI last January and was charged with felony kidnapping after admitting to abducting Carlina White in 1987.
Ann Pettway faces up to 20 years in prison, but Carlina White’s family said she should serve the same amount of time their girl was missing.