Juan Acevedo surrendered to police in a Pennsylvania convenience store parking lot on Wednesday.
Julio Acevedo, the suspect in the hit-and-run crash that killed a young family in Brooklyn, has surrendered to police.
Police on Monday identified and released a photo of a suspect in a hit-and-run crash that wiped away a young family in Brooklyn – leaving the Tri-State Area stunned.
The wayward animal stopped moving shortly after 5:30 p.m. after getting wedged between a rock and a pillar below the Union Street Bridge.
The device, which resembles body scanners used at airports, reads terahertz — a specific form of natural energy emitted by people and objects.
Deborah Farley, 53, was arrested Friday on criminal possession of a weapon, endangering the welfare of a child and other charges.
Wei Chu Wu, 45, has been charged with arson, second degree murder, felony assault of a police officer and resisting arrest, police said Friday.
A man accused of keeping bomb-making materials in his Greenwich Village apartment told acquaintances late last year that he planned to blow up the Washington Square Park arch, police said Thursday.
Judge Gia Morris ordered Erika Menendez, 31, held without bail and be given a mental health exam. Menendez was arraigned Saturday night on a charge of second degree murder as a hate crime.
Sandra Wellington said the detective returned the key to Brandon Lincoln Woodard’s apartment and told her they “found nothing.”
The victim, identified as Brandon Lincoln Woodard, was shot execution-style in the back of the head in front of 202 West 58th St., according to authorities.
Lucius Crawford, 60, was charged with murder Tuesday after officers found a 41-year-old woman stabbed nine times in the chest under a sheet on his bed, police said.
Police said the man is not a suspect but they believe he may have some answers in the shooting deaths of three Brooklyn shopkeepers.
Several tow truck drivers have been arrested for allegedly taking storm-damaged cars without the owner’s permission, police said. In some cases, the stolen vehicles were sold for scrap.
Last week, crime was down or flat in all categories citywide except for burglary. Compared with the same time last year, burglary was up 2 percent, according to police statistics.