Police have arrested a Long Island man, charging him with hate crimes for allegedly calling a Sikh man a terrorist before running him over.
The district attorney’s office said the 12-year-old girl, weighing only 58 pounds, was repeatedly beaten and starved between Dec. 1, 2012 and May 6, 2014.
A chill has descended on the ranks of Mister Softee truck vendors in Queens, as someone is cleaning out their hard-earned cash.
Kevin Canty, 43, was charged Sunday with second-degree murder and criminal use of a firearm, police said.
Upon arrival, first responders discovered a woman with gunshot wounds to her torso. She was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in cardiac arrest and pronounced dead a short time later.
Police on Tuesday were asking the public to help find a man wanted in a string of burglaries in Ozone Park, Queens.
The NYPD has asked the public for help in tracking down a man wanted in connection with an attempted rape that took place in Ozone Park, Queens.
A Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus driver was arrested this weekend, reportedly on charges of getting in to an accident while driving drunk and fleeing the scene.
The body of Schriff Williams, of Brooklyn was discovered around midnight with a gunshot wound to the head as he sat in the driver’s seat of a Range Rover.
Authorities and witnesses said the gray and black striped tabby, named Little Man, was killed after the girl allegedly lured him from in front of the owners’ Ozone Park home on Sept. 11.
Thousands of dollars were found inside of a refrigerator that a man brought to Atlantic Recycling in Ozone Park. What the man apparently did not know was that his wife had stashed the couple’s life savings inside of the appliance.
The FBI confirmed material was recovered from the former home of Jimmy “The Gent” Burke, but a forensic examination by the medical examiner will determine whether they were human remains or something else.
Queens District Attorney Richard Brown announced Richard Ferrugio of Ozone Park was convicted Monday of aggravated cruelty to animals and fourth-degree weapon possession.
FBI agents on Monday were digging underneath a home in Queens, and the excavation might relate to a search for human remains relating to a mob murder from some 30 years ago.
The vans were filled with equipment and tools that were being used by the students who used their spring break this week to help Sandy victims rebuild their homes.