New York State Police
New York has given state police 32 tall, unmarked SUVs to better peer down at drivers’ hands, part of one of the nation’s most aggressive attacks on texting while driving.
A 15-year-old Westchester County boy got an unwelcome surprise this week while eating a piece of toast, according to a published report.
New York state police and the Thruway Authority have issued their fall “Antler Alert.”
A single-car crash left four people dead early Sunday in the Westchester County municipality of Greenburgh.
The boy was playing on the grass near his home and wandered away from his yard, state police, as well as firefighters and local EMS have joined the search, CBS 2 reported.
The wreck happened just before 9 p.m. Tuesday near exit 10 on the Rockland County side of the bridge.
The accident was first reported at about 9 p.m. State police closed the northbound lanes to perform an accident reconstruction. Southbound traffic remained open, but delays were expected.
More than 30 unmarked New York State Police SUVs were said to be patrolling parkways, enabling troopers to see which drivers are texting behind the wheel.
Police will be setting up checkpoints at state parks and beaches starting this weekend as part of the “Buckle Up New York Summer Parks Initiative” which runs from July 13 through July 28.
Cuomo’s holiday message to distracted drivers is “the State Police are going to be watching the road even when you’re not and especially when you’re not.”
New York State Police say they’ve arrested a woman wanted for a string of high-end jewelry thefts in Florida.
Grief counselors will be on hand Tuesday, after a Brooklyn teenager drowned while on a school trip to Bear Mountain State Park.
If you live in New York, you may soon start getting AMBER alerts on your cell phone.
Police in the state capital of Albany Sunday evening were searching for a man who stabbed a New York State trooper in the neck in the Empire State Plaza.
Police said responding to a complaint of blocked traffic quickly discovered a party going on, with 80-100 teenagers in attendance. Some of the teens took off running when the police arrived.