A police union has given its Officer of the Year award to the policeman who shot and killed a college football player during a disturbance in the New York City suburbs.
A judge has dismissed all charges against four New York college football players who were arrested after a teammate was killed by a police officer.
Prosecutors sought Wednesday to dismiss charges against four teammates of a Pace University college football player arrested after he was fatally shot by a police officer.
The Westchester County district attorney said Monday that jurors found no reasonable cause for an indictment in the death of 20-year-old Danroy Henry Jr.
On the third floor of the Westchester County Courthouse, DJ Henry’s father testified before a Grad Jury about his son’s killing in Thornwood by police.
Pace University officials announced this week plans to sell its 35-acre campus in Briarcliff Manor and move the dorms, offices and classrooms there to its main campus in Pleasantville.
Jeromie Cancel smirked, lolled in his chair and finally applauded as he was sentenced Wednesday to 25 years to life in prison in the strangling death of Pace University student Kevin Pravia.
An autopsy report shows that a New York college student shot and killed in his car by police was fatally struck by two bullets, one which passed through his heart and lungs.
The father of a college football player fatally shot by police investigating a disturbance outside a suburban New York bar says new statements about the shooting suggest an officer put himself in harm’s way by stepping in front of his son’s car.
The best friend of a college football player shot and killed in his car by police said that he doesn’t want his pal’s reputation to be sullied after his death.
A drifter was convicted Thursday of strangling a Pace University student while watching a horror movie, after a chance encounter between the sophomore from small-town Massachusetts and the drug user who would later tell police he killed out of boredom.
Danroy and Angella Henry said they were going to the Department of Justice to ask federal prosecutors to take over the investigation.
A judge refused to release 911 calls and other key evidence to the family of the Pace University football player killed by police.
Prosecutors said the evidence must be kept secret until it’s laid out before a grand jury. The judge said the family didn’t provide enough reason to overrule prosecutors.
In court, the family’s lawyer argued for access to 911 calls, surveillance videos and other recordings relevant to the shooting.