The death of a woman found shot in the head at a Staten Island motel this past weekend has been ruled a homicide, police said Monday.
The man suffered a serious injury to his leg, authorities told CBS2.
Police were seeking two suspects Wednesday, after a 91-year-old woman lost $6,000 in a pigeon drop scam on Staten Island last month.
The search was under way Wednesday for a man who stole $1,300 that another man left on the counter at a Dunkin’ Donuts on Staten Island.
A driver was in police custody late Monday afternoon, after he allegedly drove on the sidewalk and hit two women – leaving one dead – on Staten Island.
Police on Monday were asking the public to help them find a suspect who used duplicate debit cards at ATMs to steal hundreds of dollars from other people’s bank accounts in Lower Manhattan and on Staten Island.
A somber mass was held Sunday at a Staten Island church where a suspicious fire was being treated as a hate crime this weekend.
On Tuesday, the Swedish furniture retailer announced it will be donating home furnishings – including hundreds of beds, mattresses, dining room sets, and sofas – to those who lost “the basic furniture that helps to make a house a home.”
A Staten Island man was charged Tuesday with robbing two banks in his home borough, after an off-duty police officer allegedly caught him in the act.
Most people probably know the Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Foundation for its 9/11-related charities, but superstorm Sandy has them extending their efforts.
Killed in the accident were the driver of the SUV, who was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene, and the 58-year-old driver of the ambulance.
The driver of an SUV who police said ran a stop sign causing a crash that left seven people injured and one dead in Great Kills Monday night has been arrested, according to police sources.
The suspects were taken into custody Thursday morning. They’re accused of running illegal card games on Staten Island.
The suspect is described as white male with a medium build, who was last seen wearing a light-colored T-shirt, a light-colored knit hat and prescription glasses.
Enter at your own risk. Hylan Boulevard at Steuben Street in Staten Island is said to be one of the deadliest intersections in New York City.