According to police, the woman was driving erratically and running red lights before she crashed the car into another vehicle. When the officers approached the car, the woman threw it in reverse and hit the gas, police said.
Dimitry Sheinman, 47, walked into the 34th Precinct on Tuesday and handed over a letter containing the name of the true killer he says came to him in psychic visions.
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.
Killed were 30-year-old Amaury Rodriguez, 26-year-old Heriberto Suazo and 25-year-old Louis – aka Patrick – Catalan, according to police.
CBS 2’s Pablo Guzman teamed up with CBS This Morning’s John Miller, an original reporter on the story, for an exclusive interview to break down the answer to the elusive question: what was the motive in the disappearance and killing of the boy?
Brett-Pierce said she lacked the education, skill and money to care for an ailing child, but the judge did not want to hear it and gave her the maximum for murder.
Earlier this week, one of his regulars, 35-year-old Nicholas Cacace, requested that the soft rock music station that was on the diner television be changed to ESPN. The waitress refused and that’s when things apparently turned ugly.
In July 2005, newlywed George Smith of Greenwich disappeared at sea, between Greece and Turkey. His family has always suspected he was murdered. Now, according to the FBI, it’s possible they were right.
Dr. Andrew Manesis, a veterinarian whose practice is in Throggs Neck, left his office in a hurry on Tuesday, running from allegations about dumping 26 cats, eight dogs and a lizard near the Hutchinson River Parkway in April.
The 17 boys and girls had just finished choir practice at the Mt. Pisgah African Methodist Episcopal Church Tuesday night and were about to be driven home when shots ran out.
Nearly half of the six-story building at 35-37 East Broadway was being used for illegal gambling, according to U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.
An NYPD sergeant is under investigation by Internal Affairs after a secretly recorded cell phone video showed him using crude images and language to allegedly threaten a group of young men.
The video shows two passengers in the back seat — except they’re not ordinary passengers. They’re thieves. And they’re about to pull a job.
Hours after jurors reached a partial verdict in the federal fraud case against former Bronx senator Pedro Espada Jr., the judge declared a mistrial in the remaining conspiracy and tax fraud counts against the politician and in all counts against his son.
About a half dozen men were gathered in a small conference room just off the lobby when a verbal argument turned violent.