Judge Clears NYPD Detectives Accused Of Beating Postal WorkerA judge cleared two NYPD officers of charges accusing them of brutally assaulting a postal worker in 2015.
Mail Carrier Beaten During Attempted Robbery In The BronxA United States Postal Service worker was delivering mail inside a Bronx apartment building when he was attacked during an attempted robbery.
Officers Involved In Postal Worker's Arrest DisciplinedFour plainclothes officers and a lieutenant involved in handcuffing a postal worker while he delivered packages on his route in Brooklyn have been disciplined.
NYPD Reviewing Incident After Postal Worker Handcuffed By Plain-Clothes Officers The NYPD is reviewing an incident between police and a postal worker in Brooklyn.
CBS2 Exclusive: Postal Worker, Brooklyn Resident Have Different Stories About Violent EncounterA veteran of the U.S. Postal Service was confronted, kicked and attacked by a dog, and then hit with flying packages in Brooklyn this week – but there are differing stories of what happened.
Postal Worker Arrested In Alleged Hate Crime Against Muslim Women In BrooklynDainton Coley, 33, is charged with acting in a manner injurious to a child, second-degree aggravated harassment (race-religion), third-degree menacing as a hate crime and menacing.
Off-Duty Postal Officer Wounded In Early-Morning Shooting In NewarkAn off-duty postal worker was injured in a shooting in Newark early Thursday morning after being pulled over by two men posing as cops.
Postal Worker Accused Of Throwing Away, Not Delivering 2,000 Pieces Of MailA U.S. postal worker was charged by federal authorities Monday with failing to deliver about 2,000 of pieces of mail on his Queens Village route.
Staten Island Postal Worker Accused Of Hoarding Mail He Was Supposed To DeliverA U.S. Postal worker in Staten Island was charged Friday with dumping mail in his girlfriend’s apartment and never delivering it to its intended recipients.
Falling Trees, Dangerous Roads Leave Long Island Residents In DespairSnow, sleet and ice took down trees, left intersections flooded with slushy muck, and had residents fit to be tied on Long Island Wednesday.