A reputed former mobster was acquitted Tuesday in the execution-style murder of an NYPD officer in 1997, according to a published report.
Jermaine Butts, 36, is charged with second-degree murder, two counts of second-degree attempted murder, robbery and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon.
Roberto Nunez, 32, was convicted last month of fatally shooting three men in a parked car on West 122 Street on June 7, 2012.
One of the seven men convicted in a notorious subway murder has spent 22 years behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit, his lawyer says.
A northern New Jersey man was being held on $2 million bail this weekend on charges of beating his wife to death during an argument.
Conrado Juarez’s lawyer contested the alleged admission to killing the 4-year-old girl long known only as “Baby Hope.”
Anjelica Castillo’s body was found stuffed in a cooler along the Henry Hudson Parkway on July 23, 1991.
Joseph DeFelice, of North Amityville, was sentenced Thursday after being convicted of murder.
Caleb McGillvary, 25, could face a life sentence if he’s convicted. A county grand jury handed up the indictment Wednesday.
Police on Monday were searching for a man they believed stabbed his building superintendent to death in the Inwood section of Upper Manhattan this past weekend.
Authorities say the death of a woman whose body was found in Elizabeth this weekend will be investigated as a homicide.
Several new charges have been filed against a northern New Jersey man who allegedly killed his girlfriend.
A Brooklyn grand jury voted Friday to indict Mingdong Chen, 25, for the killings. First degree murder no longer carries the death penalty in New York State, but does apply in a case of multiple killings.
Prosecutors objected Wednesday to the release of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel from prison, while he awaits a new trial in the 1975 slaying of neighbor Martha Moxley.
Schofield had nothing to say about allegations that she helped her son cover up the murder of his girlfriend April Wyckoff.