The NYPD is asking the public for help in identifying five suspects who are wanted in connection with a robbery on the Upper East Side.
A 57-year-old man was attacked on Saturday morning, according to investigators, he was the mugger’s eighth victim. Police have released surveillance video of the suspect.
The victim, 58, was threatened and pushed, police said. The mugger allegedly acted as though he had a gun.
Buildings are darker than the darkest nights and the stench of garbage and rotted food lingers in the air.
Angel Anthony Cintron, 39, was picked up Monday by members of the NYPD in Yonkers after receiving a Crime Stoppers tip.
Police said they are investing to determine if the suspect, Angel Anthony Cintron, used a needle to threaten a 13-year-old boy into giving up his cell phone.
The brawl broke out at around 4:30 a.m. Friday. According to reports, two men were attacked by five others, who smashed a bottle over one victim’s head.
It was a crime caught on tape — not once, or twice, but a whole series of thefts as bar patrons decide to strip a passed out man of his belongings rather than send for help.
G. Dep, 37, a married father of three school-age children, faces the possibility of 25 years to life behind bars if he’s convicted.
Some of New York City’s bravest became crime fighters in the Bronx.
This pack of goons has been working the same spot near the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, at 181st Street and Creston Avenue.
Authorities said Jesse Wasserman and an accomplice held up three men at gunpoint in separate incidents within 40 minutes around midnight Aug. 4, 2010.
The group set on the man, hitting him with a metal water bottle. He was knocked to the ground, and the pack started to kick him. Then they rifled his pockets for cash.
An elderly man has become a crime victim for the first time in his life. He was mugged inside his own building last Thursday. The thief made off with some cash, but police caught the robber on camera.
Police said three armed individuals approached their female victims as they were entering their vehicles at gunpoint, demanding their ATM cards and PIN numbers.