Yvette Torres, 49, surrendered to authorities at Kennedy Airport earlier this month, authorities said.
A seventeen year veteran detective of the Brooklyn gang unit is being questioned in connection to the discovery of a kidnapping victim in his garage.
A Queens man has been arrested on charges of robbery and attempted kidnapping after assaulting a female employee at a Long Island mall.
Regina Baker, 29, was found dead inside a vacant townhouse on June 19 on on South 15th Street in Newark, authorities said. She was shot multiple times after being abducted in Jersey City, according to police.
David Bradley, 39, is now alleged to have pretended to be an ICE agent on five separate occasions, WCBS 880′s Sophia Hall reported.
A frantic search is underway on Saturday for a missing five-year-old New Jersey boy who police said was kidnapped by his own grandfather. Police issued an Amber Alert for David Lundy of West Windsor in Mercer County.
Police are on the hunt for a man who allegedly tried to snatch a child from a school in Queens.
Kenneth Bass, 52, and Julia Lopez, 37 are charged with attempted murder, kidnapping, rape, criminal sex act, assault, and criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Patz’s 1979 disappearance caused a frenzy in New York City. It also prompted huge changes in the way missing child cases were handled. Patz was the first missing child to appear on the back of a milk carton.
Ann Pettway turned herself in to the FBI last January and was charged with felony kidnapping after admitting to abducting Carlina White in 1987.
According to detectives, 42-year-old Scott Sherman surrendered to members of the Nassau County Bureau of Special Operations after an eight-hour standoff with police.
Steven Benoit, 25, and 19-year-old Jasmine Wilkins, were arrested Monday for allegedly kidnapping a 28-year-old woman.
Last Thurday, a 10-year-old boy told police that, as he was walking home from school around 3:15 p.m., a man tried to lure him to a vehicle.
Police caught her at the train station. They don’t know where she was planning to go, but believe she felt she could better care for the child than the child’s own parents.
Years before a widely publicized reunion between a girl who was snatched from a New York hospital and her birth mother, Connecticut’s child protection agency had doubts about the true identity of the girl, who was raised under a false name in Bridgeport, a department spokesman said Saturday.