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.
A woman was struck and killed by a motorcycle on the Belt Parkway in eastern Queens Tuesday.
The founder of the United Hindu Cultural Council Senior Center was arrested Monday and charged with stealing more than $50,000, reportedly by filing false invoices for lunches that were never served.
Victims in each robbery were approached by a group of six people, including male and female suspects, police said.
The victim was shot once in the face at the corner of 80th Street and Rockaway Boulevard in Ozone Park early Monday morning, police said.
The bus in south Ozone Park is running on a new route, but it’s a change that proved an unwelcome surprise for some.
Police said they observed marks on the neck of the teen, but Jillian Selby said they came from his friends who were trying to restrain him.
Police are searching for the driver involved in a deadly hit-and-run accident in Ozone Park, Queens. The incident happened just after 3:00 a.m on Sunday morning at Liberty Avenue and 108th Street.
Robin Yang spent more than a decade on Wall Street, but gave it up last year to focus on teaching New York City children about fiscal responsibility.
A landlord in the Ozone Park section of Queens says that the court system is completely unfair to landlords, and he cites one specific example to prove his case.
The victim was allegedly held against her will in the home and forced to have intercourse and oral sex with numerous men, the DA’s office said.
Police said Theodore Ellinghouse was killed by a large firecracker which exploded while he was holding it in the hallway of a home at 112-21 111th Avenue in Ozone Park Monday.
Neighbors became aware of the tragedy as firefighters and other investigators went door to door, checking carbon monoxide levels on the block.