New York State Police
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.
Police said the remains of Justin Kowalczik had been buried in a shallow grave behind 1 Hallock Street for more than two years but the family never reported the 17-month old child dead or missing.
Police said 70-year-old Robert Palladino of New Hampton turned into the path of the state police cruiser at about 8 p.m. Friday night. 71-year-old passenger Josephine Palladino was pronounced dead at the scene.
“It’s not something we want to encourage. It could be an invitation to other departments to exploit the training expense,” NYPD spokesman Paul Browne told WCBS 880.
Starting Monday, local law enforcement will be cracking down on drivers in construction zones along the New York State Thruway, WCBS 880′s Marla Diamond reported.
It was 37 years ago that a 20-year-old woman disappeared from a Brooklyn disco. And while it’s a decades-old cold case, the woman’s brother has not given up on finding out what happened.
Here’s a warning from New York state troopers: If you get a speeding ticket by email, just delete it. State police said the email hoax has been circulating around the country.
Investigators say nothing was found in their latest search for possible remains on a barrier island south of New York’s Long Island.
State Police say results of FBI aerial surveillance photography conducted in April are prompting a return to the area on Tuesday.
A 20-year-old northern New York man is accused of fatally stabbing a 51-year-old woman and wounding her daughter, who is the mother of his 11-month-old child.
Federal law enforcement officials tried to break down barriers with the Muslim community in Brooklyn on Saturday, with a special program designed to foster a culture of understanding.
Frank Shea is a much decorated former NYPD homicide cop who’s seen his share of gun battles. Now he’s worried about being caught in yet another one, only this time it could be a shot he might not expect.
An April 1 email contains threats against school buses, warns of violence in state office buildings and against members of the state legislature. The threat was emailed from an anonymous account to state officials. Though it came in on April Fool’s day, it is being taken quite seriously.