Four people were injured early Saturday morning after what police say was the result of a large dispute in the Bronx.
Police on Tuesday were asking for help from the public in finding the man who attacked and sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl in the Bronx.
Police on Thursday were asking the public to help them find two suspects wanted in a robbery in the Bronx.
Police on Saturday were searching for a man who exposed himself to a 17-year-old girl on a subway platform in the Bronx.
Police on Wednesday were searching for a suspect who pretended to be a police officer, and then assaulted a real officer, at a Bronx subway station.
The suspect cut a hole in the roof of Exclusive Beauty Supply on Jerome Avenue and stole the cash register and other property, police said.
Police on Wednesday were searching for two men who burglarized a Laundromat in the Bronx, and went so far as to set a fire to distract a worker.
Debris from an unknown source smashed a car windshield on the Cross Bronx Expressway on Monday afternoon.
Ten members of a street gang in the Bronx have been indicted, in connection with multiple shootouts on the streets, and a recruitment campaign that targeted children as young as 14 through Facebook.
It happened Friday just after 2:30 p.m. on the southbound platform of the East Burnside Avenue and Jerome Avenue No. 4 train station.
It was a fight that started on a 4 Train and spilled out onto the platform at Fordham Road and Jerome Avenue. A 19-year-old was stabbed numerous times in his face and chest, and the stabber got away.
Police are currently looking for a “Beauty Salon Bandit” who has been holding up Bronx salons at gunpoint. And as police try to track down the armed robber, salons are on high alert.
When the school’s lease came up for renewal, the Department of Education had to test for toxic chemicals and what they found confirmed some parents’ fears.
Business owners are facing another day of cleanup. Many of their basements are flooded with several feet of water, and restaurant owners are being forced to replace food which they had to throw away.
Water erupted from the ground of a 108-year-old, 36-inch water main at Jerome Avenue near the intersection of 177th Street, flooding the Avenue as far as 174th Street. The surging water rose up to the doors of several parked cars and buckled some roads.