New York Police Department
Christopher Harrell is wanted in connection with the Dec. 1 shooting death of Anthony Pollard.
Some New Yorkers said New York City has been and always will be a target for terrorists, and that threats will not stop them from going about their every day lives.
Police and the New York City Information Technology and Telecommunications Department unveiled a new interactive crime map Sunday.
The man shot by police Saturday after he allegedly used a cane to attack an officer has been charged with several crimes including assault on a police officer with a deadly weapon, menacing and attempted criminal mischief.
One of New York City’s favorite holiday traditions also means crowded streets and a high amount of traffic.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying and tracking down a burglar who stole $5,000 from a Queens clothing store last month.
Separate auto accidents have killed two women pedestrians in Staten Island, an elderly woman crossing a street in Manhattan and a male bicyclist in Queens.
Police are searching for four suspects who they say robbed a liquor store last month in Brooklyn.
Buddhi Thapa, 41, was trying to cross Second Avenue at East 89th Street just before 1 p.m. when he was hit by a late model Range Rover, police said.
Police have released surveillance image of two of the three men wanted for questioning in connection with a fatal shooting of an elderly man in Brooklyn last week.
The suspect entered the drug store at 2431 Boston Road in Bronxwood just before 10 p.m., then passed a note to the cashier demanding money while simulating a firearm, police said.
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.
Police have arrested a 13-year-old boy in connection with the attack of a 12-year-old Brooklyn boy who said he was a victim of the “Knockout Game.”
Lt. John Cocchi, head of the Midtown North Precinct’s Special Operations division, has sent letters to 30 bars and nightclubs in Midtown and Hell’s Kitchen asking them not to sponsor this year’s SantaCon, a day-long bar crawl of revelers dressed as St. Nicholas.
A man robbed five people this week after claiming to have a gun with a silencer, police said.